Destiny narratives the life of a Temporal Agent sent on a complex arrangement of time-travel voyages intended to keep future executioners from perpetrating their wrongdoings. Presently, on his last task, the Agent must stop the one criminal that has evaded him all through time and avert an overwhelming assault where a large number of lives will be lost.
This is presumably the best time-travel film I’ve seen that pays attention to the subject. (e.g., it is anything but a parody). The exhibitions are right on the money, and the plot is bolting.
The motion picture is somewhat moderate and exchange substantial before all else, yet it’s well worth staying with it. I’m going to watch it again tomorrow, since it’s the sort of film you can’t generally ingest at the same time.