Timecop: The Berlin Decision

Miller just jumped.
September 19, 1881, Springfield, Texas,
wherever the hell that is.

- My family's from Springfield.
- What the hell is your family
doing in Texas in 1881?

The Anderson side... Jason and Rose...
but that's a long story.

You better get your ass back out there.
Prepare for immediate relaunch.

- Oh, no. Not this shit again.
- I've given you a new watch.
If Miller jumps again,

you'll be able to lock on and follow him
as long as you're able to catch his time wake.

The more wake you catch,
the closer you'll be to him.

If you catch the tail end, you'll
be miles apart. Shoot him.

Where's Doc?

Well, you should know, Ryan.
You arrested her for T.E.C.
Code violation 40, section eight.

Time travel with the intent
to alter the future.

She was sentenced to death for trying
to save her husband in the war.

- What war?
- I know you don't want to think about it,
because your parents were killed in it.

My dad died in a bathroom at his university
when I was 11. He had a massive aneurysm.

My mother lives in Georgetown.
I had dinner with her two nights ago.

Miller's altered history
so that he was never arrested.

Jeffers was never born, so we never
caught Miller trying to assassinate Hitler.

Who is Jeffers and Hitler?
If this time line is historically correct,
then why am I after Brandon Miller?

You killed his wife in a jump
in Germany in 1940.

What you were doing in Germany
in 1940, we have no idea.

- [Computer] Two, one.
- I stopped Sasha but not Miller.

Zero. Launch sync.
May 7, 2025, 3:20 p.m.

- Stress level maximum...
- Why research time travel if not
to go back and right the wrongs?

Whose moral guidelines are we
working with then? Yours? Mine?

[Horses Whinnying]