Timecop: The Berlin Decision

Synopsis: Twenty years after a set of events, the TEC (Time Enforcement Commission), the agency that makes sure that no one travels into the past without permission and changes history, is still going strong. Now Brandon Miller a TEC operative, believes that they have a responsibility to change history hoping that the world will be better but Ryan Chan another Tec operative stops him but kills the woman he loves in the process. Two years later Miller escapes from prison and sets out to eliminate all TEC operatives by killing their ancestors. Eventually Ryan's the only one left and has to stop Miller before he gets him.
Genre: Action, Sci-Fi
Director(s): Steve Boyum
Production: Universal Studios Home Video
81 min

[Man Narrating]

Time travel. It's easy

when you think about it.

You do it every day

in one direction.

But what if you could

travel back in time?

Witness history firsthand?

Would it be enough

to just observe?

Or would knowing you had

the power to change that moment,

the world as you knew it,

force you to cry out?

Well, not if I can help it.

I work for T.E.C.,

the Time Enforcement Commission.

I go after jumpers who think

they can beat the system,

take advantage of knowing

the outcome of a situation,

reverse a regret,

right a wrong...

or simply relive a moment

that they let slip by.

Whatever the reason,

I don't care.

It's my job to bring them in.

Our past has been

locked in time,


Arbitrated by time,

defined by time.

If we change that,

what have we got left?

Tell me, what have we got?

[Classical Waltz]

[Chattering, Laughter]

[Speaking German]

[German Continues]



[Shouting In German]

- [Horse Neighs]

- [Woman Gasps]

[Shouting Continues]



- Not bad, Jeffers.

- Thanks.

- But he's still standing.

- [Grunting]

- Not anymore.

- Get the gun.

Everybody out.

Step out of the car,


What took you so long?

You guys could've picked

a closer ambush.

You are such a wuss, Edwards.


That's funny.

- Huh. Blow me.

- Let's move. We don't got much time.

Not bad. We might actually

pull this thing off.

You still look Chinese to me.

It's Germany, 1940, Edwards.

We all look alike to Nazis.

I sure as hell hope so.

- Danke schn.

- Bitte schn.

Show time.

[Classical Waltz]


Tony Banks and Sasha Miller.

Frank Knight?

What's the Society doing here?

Thought you guys

might need help on this one.

See anybody who's not

supposed to be here?


[Speaking German]

[Speaking Japanese]


[Speaking German]

[Speaking Japanese]

[Chattering In German]

[Speaking German]

[Speaking Japanese]

Mein Fhrer!

I think you should sit this one out.

[Grunts, Groans]

Looks like that seat is taken.

[Speaking German]

- Der Fhrer...

- [German]


- Miller!

- [Gasps]

I'm glad you're here, Ryan. Because

you of all people will understand.

- Will I?

- Yes.

Forget all the nonsense you've been

told and look at where you are.

Do you realize what we could

accomplish here... together?

- Right now?

- Don't go there, Miller,

'cause it's not gonna happen.

You don't want to stop a madman

from killing 11 million people?

The people you're saving

died over 80 years ago.

Not in this time line,

they didn't.

It's 1940, and they're

still very much alive.

You know it doesn't work that way. You'll

throw the entire future into disarray.

Ryan, please. Come on. That's your

father talking, not you.

Help me undo what never

should've been done.

I know this is hard for you.

You gotta do the right thing.

Miller! No!

[Both Grunting]

Drop the gun, a**hole.

No. You drop the gun.

Drop the gun, or

your timeline is over.

Okay. Okay, we're all

on the same team.

- [Grunts]

- [Electricity Surging]


No, no.


Shoot, Sasha! Shoot!


- No!

- [Sasha Gasps]


[Voice Echoing]


It gets harder every time

you go back.

With every jump,

a piece of you gets left behind.

It starts to eat away at you

because you are searching.

Searching for something

that's not there.

Something that was

a part of you.

Something that reality

won't let you have back.

[Watch Ticking]

[Horse Neighing]

I've been holed up in this

cracker box for 30 days now,

doing my time.

I know they're out there

watching my every move,

just waiting,

hoping I'll screw up.

Well, I'm getting tired of it.

A few years ago, the government

decided there was a need...

to verify and preserve

the historical accuracy of time,

in the event

a breach actually occurred.

The truth is they were afraid

they had given T.E.C. too much power.

Wanted to keep us in check.

So they created the Society

for Historical Authenticity.

It was supposed to be strictly

research and observation.

Irony is that they gave Society

way too much power,

and the likes of Brandon Miller was

able to work his way to the top...

something Society

is still trying to put a lid on.

Of course, if I get to one of Brandon

Miller's boys before they do,

it's my collar.

Right, guys?

- All done.

- [Paperboy] Extra! Read all about it!



Read all about it!

President Cleveland signs...

a proclamation of neutrality!

Refuses to show preference

to Cuban insurgents!

Cy Young keeps winning!

Boston Beaneaters

pound Louisville Colonels!

Brooklyn Bridegrooms

whip the New York Giants!


Here, son. Give me a paper.

And there's a nickel for you.


Read all about it!

President Cleveland signs...

proclamation of neutrality!

[Chattering Continues]

[Man Laughing]

That's a good one!

Good morning, boys.


You know, you Society guys really need

to work on your undercover skills.

I've been watching you

for days now.

Cut the sh*t, Ryan.

What are you doing here?

I just couldn't think of a better

place to serve my 30 days.

- What are you two up to?

- You know damn well what we're up to, Ryan.

We're here to make sure you don't try

any of your strong-arm bullshit.

- Strong-arm bullshit?

- You've been bringing Miller's

boys in without authority.

If O'Rourke hadn't pulled strings,

you'd be a civilian right now.

Oh. So you think one

of Miller's boys is in town?

If there is, we're bringing him in, and

he'll be tried in Society's court, not TEC's.

Every one of those losers deserved to

be fried, including Brandon Miller.

- But you guys screwed that one up.

- Miller was Society.

Miller was behind every illegal time

jump for the last two years,

and I've been the one stuck

having to chase him down.

Every last one of them.

But that's your problem

now, not mine.

Because fortunately I'm still on

vacation for another... 10 minutes.

And I plan on enjoying it.


Oh, by the way, Johnson,

you're standing in horseshit.

- Good morning, Mr. Carnegie.

- Good morning, Jackson.

Thank you, sir.

[Horse Neighs]

[Police Officer Laughing]

- What in the hell you think you're doin'?

- I'm sorry about that.

Sorry, are ya? I just paid two cents

for that doughnut and coffee.

I said I'm sorry, Officer.

He says he's sorry, boys.

He doesn't look very sorry to me.

Come on. Give me a break.

If you was truly sorry, laddie,

you'd get down on all fours

and you'd eat the doughnut.

[Officers Laughing]


I'll tell you what.

I'll pay for that doughnut.

Nice. See this.

I believe this well-spoken lad is tryin'

to bribe an officer of the law.


Look. I ain't got time for this.



Come on, guys. Hey.

Listen. There's really

no reason to arrest me.

Oh, we ain't gonna arrest you, boyo.

Oh, no. We're just gonna

kick the tar outta ya.


I believe they call this

police brutality.

You bet your ass they do.

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Gary Scott Thompson

Gary Scott Thompson (born October 7, 1959) is a screenwriter, television producer, and director. Thompson is most notable for his work on The Fast and the Furious starring Vin Diesel, the sequel 2 Fast 2 Furious, Hollow Man with Kevin Bacon, Split Second, 88 Minutes, starring Al Pacino, and K-911 and K-9: P.I.. As creator, showrunner, writer, and executive producer of NBC's hit series Las Vegas, Thompson also directed 4 episodes and made a brief appearance as a psychotherapy patient. Recently, Thompson wrote, co-developed, and executive produced NBC and TF1's Taxi Brooklyn. more…

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