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They show us our mistakes and the promise of the future, welcome to watchmojo.com and today we will be counting down the top ten best time travel movies ever made. [Movie Playing] Number ten, The Butterfly Effect. A college student discovers away to relieve portion for his travel childhood attempting towards her painful events from earlier years he soon discovers that even small alterations, spiral out unpredictably making the future worst with each trip. Number nine, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, Bill and Ted won’t graduate if they don’t do well in there history presentation. This would be bogus and uncool if the time traveler haven’t come from the future and a telephone booth to help them. [Movie Playing] Number eight, Twelve Monkeys, years in the future criminals are sent through time to find the pieces of the puzzle that ended humanity. All signs point to the cost involving twelve monkeys which leads James Coil to a shocking discovery. Number seven, Star Trek 4 The Voyage Home. It’s the 23rd century at the mysterious alien power is threatening earth by evaporating the oceans and destroying the atmosphere in a vain attempt to contact extinct ocean life. To save mankind they travel back in time by sling shooting around the sun. Arriving in 1986 San Francisco they eventually route into this inhospitable time period to retrieve home back whale. [Movie Playing] Number six, Army of Darkness, trapped in times surrounded by evil and the low on gas. Bruce Campbell is blasted into the dark ages to fight in army into undead and to retrieve the Necronomicon the Book of the Dead, a chain saw in one hand and a boom seek in the other this is one groovy adventure in the past. [Movie Playing] Number five, Groundhog Day, as a tragic movie wrap in a comedy Bill Murray is force to make the best of repeating the same day and a never ending time loop. Eventually he betters himself and manages to skip but not before experiencing the day in every way imaginable. [Movie Playing] Number four, Planet of the Apes, an astronaut is pulled into a space distortion and find himself on a primitive planet rolled by intelligent apes. Shockingly this isn’t an alien world it all, it is earth centuries after an apocalyptic disaster. [Movie Playing] Number three, Terminator 2 The Judgment Day. Taking what work before the first terminator sequel gets the nod for addressing the question of fake, destiny and free will not only this but it also showcases spectacle defeated Arnie’s Terminator against an unstoppable liquid metal assassin all will trying to save the future of mankind. [Movie Playing] Number two, The Time Machine, base on the classic H.G. Well’s novel a Victorian English man travels to the far future to find that humanity has been divided into two opposing species called the Morlocks and Eloi. [Movie Playing] Number one, Back to the Future, there is no question the DeLorean is the coolest time machine ever created. 17 year old Marty McFly and invented and use is it to travel 30 years into the past searching for a younger version of his friend Doc Brown Marty must find the way to return to his own time however this turns out to be the list of his problems as he interrupt his parents for smiting and must get them together before he raises his own existence. [Movie Playing]