As time-travel pictures go, this Jean-Claude Van Damme vehicle is a passable but disappointing excursion into well-traveled terrain. TIMECOP fails to elicit either stirring action or a truly involving story from its intriguing premise.
In 1994, policeman Walker (Van Damme) witnesses several thugs murder his wife, Melissa (Mia Sara), in their Washington, D.C. home. Ten years later, Walker becomes an elite "timecop," assigned to prevent nefarious individuals from going back in time to change history. His most challenging
assignment: proving that Senator McComb (Ron Silver) has been financing his presidential campaign by dispatching time travelers to re-negotiate...