The best part of time travel movies is always when the crazy scientist/inventor/engineer babbles madly about the hoozits that will allow time to be bent. Even better is when the hoozits swing into action and we see the "traveling in time" effects. Except in Richard Donner's Timeline, which is perhaps one of the worst time travel movies ever made. So bad, in fact, that it is hypnotic. Especially in this scene, where our team of medievalist dweebs is shoved into RenFaire outfits, stuck into a time machine on some ill-defined rescue mission, and shipped off to 1357 in France . . . right at the zoomiest part of the 100 years war. Of course Joan of Arc is there and a bunch of other stupid crap. But let's not focus on that. Let's watch our time travelers travel in the most transcendently dorky way imaginable! [Timeline]