A Sound of Thunder This giddily idiotic adaptation of A Sound of Thunder , the Ray Bradbury sci-fi classic, gives heft to the theory of unintelligent design. A Sound of Thunder This giddily idiotic adaptation of A Sound of Thunder , the Ray Bradbury sci-fi classic, gives heft to the theory of unintelligent design. 2005-09-02 PG-13 PT103M Mystery and Thriller Sci-fi and Fantasy Ed Burns Ben Kingsley Catherine McCormack Jemima Rooper August Zirner Warner Bros.
Movie Review

A Sound of Thunder (2005)

MPAA Rating: PG-13
EW's GRADE
F

Details Release Date: Sep 02, 2005; Rated: PG-13; Length: 103 Minutes; Genres: Mystery and Thriller, Sci-fi and Fantasy; With: Ed Burns and Ben Kingsley; Distributor: Warner Bros.

This giddily idiotic adaptation of A Sound of Thunder, the Ray Bradbury sci-fi classic, gives heft to the theory of unintelligent design.

Originally posted Sep 16, 2005 Published in issue #841 Sep 23, 2005 Order article reprints
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