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A lot of modern time loop movies are based on Richard Lupoff's short story "12:01 PM" (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1973).

12:01 PM (Showtime, 1990)

The short story was made into a short film, "12:01 PM" See IMDB Entry and video [here](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVooyfaPYD8]. This aired in 1990 on Showtime. It's a rather dark, existential short, and was nominated for a best short OSCAR.

12:01 (Fox, 1993)

That short film was the basis for FOX's television movie "12:01". IMDB. Also Youtube. It's a great watch for time loop fans.

Groundhog Day (1993)

Of course, these movies have some elements which are found in the gloriously fun, fan favorite "Groundhog Day", which has a similar time loop premise, was also released the same year 1993. The writers and producers of 12:01 believed their work was stolen by "Groundhog Day", but nothing came of that.

The One Minute Time Machine (2014)

This is a great little short, just under six minutes. Youtube. It's an adaptation of the bench scene from the original short "12:01 PM", along with some hilarious twists.

Run Lola Run (1998)

Gotta mention it since it's another fan favorite time loop. It's arguably just on the high end of a low budget movie ($2,000,000), but is wildly successful. Many time loops are based on attempting to save someone's life.

Future Man (Hulu, 2017).

Future Man on Hulu isn't a time loop" show, but it does take up from "12:01" on the theme that the protagonist is a common worker. But I had to mention here because, duh. Well it turns out that Future Man is the best dang time travel show in the universe, and eventually wins many awards and popular acclaim. How could I know that? The answer should be obvious. Now gimme da bling bling. I know you will, since you already did, in the future.

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