What if you found a camera that allowed you to take photographs of tomorrow? Whatever you pointed it at, you'd get a polaroid of that spot, 24 hours later. Then imagine, what if a group of total idiots found such a camera? That's the premise of Time Lapse.
It's actually gratifying to watch people use time-visualization technology in such a feeble-minded way. In Time Lapse, these three friends find a mysterious contraption that reveals tomorrow's sights, today. And they decide to use it to get rich, like almost anybody who gains future knowledge. Except they go about it in a pleasingly inept fashion, while skating over questions like, "Can we change the future?" and "What is ethics?".