|DVD Justin Time
Genres: Adventure | Family
Director: Rob Diamond
Writers: Rob Diamond, Troy Hinckley
Stars: Brian Wimmer, Danny Trejo, Chris Laird
An ancient stone amulet and calendar disc has the power to stop time. Passed from generation to generation, these magical artifacts end up in the hands of an 18-year-old half Shoshoni Indian named Justin, who chooses to to use his power to make the world a better place. But on the other side of the equation is the power-seeking philanthropist, Micahel Romano, who seeks to indulge in the riches of the world. Written by Rob Diamond
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Release Date: 2010 (USA)
krising1970, you said that this movie was "good clean fun" and that there was no "sexual innuendo", that could not be more farther from the truth. This movie is riddled with sexual innuendo, and extreme prejudice comment going against ethnic groups and prejudice remarks of sexual orientation. This was far from "good clean fun". This was an okay movie, clearly made for an age range of 14+, horrible acting, and the ending was ridiculous. They leave it open for a possible sequel, when you know full and well that they will never waste anymore time and money on a sequel. So in other words, Big Waste of TIME. Pun was absolutely intended!
This is a great family film for kids/young teens. I've read some positive comments and a few negative comments from some idiot haters who just don't get it. I've shown it to dozens of family and friends. It's funny with lots of action and adventure. Famed character actor Danny Trejo (Spy Kids) is in the film as well as Brian Wimmer (China Beach). There are a lot of fresh new faces who do a great job. It has a positive message that everyone can enjoy. Big Hollywood budget? No, but who cares. It's a solid little independent film that found national distribution through Blockbuster. You can rent it or go to Artistview Entertainment and purchase a copy.
This was a great little movie. I have two children and they loved it. It's good, clean fun. So many films these days are riddled with gratuitous violence and sexual innuendo, that I have a hard time finding ones appropriate for my kids. I especially enjoyed the two lead characters, Justin and Angelic. I found myself getting caught up in the story even though it was obviously made for kids. I recognized Brian Wimmer (who I love by the way) from the show China Beach. It also has Danny Trejo who is alway entertaining. This film entertained them the whole way through. I recommend this to any and all families looking for wholesome entertainment with a great message. Thanks to the filmmakers for doing something positive! Great job!
Well, this movie sort of proved to be quite interesting, despite it not being overly interesting from the movie cover or the description. I found the movie to be surprisingly nice, although very predictable.
The acting was, at most times, alright – although there were scenes where the acting and dialogue made my toes curl. Always cool to see Danny Trejo in a movie, but getting less than 5 minutes of screen time and actually being credited as "and Danny Trejo" in the beginning of the movie where the cast are mentioned? Surely having Trejo in the movie for less than 5 minutes is a strong pulling point needed to entice people to watch this movie? Oh well…
The story is pretty forward and flowing, though it suffers from crappy dialogue at times throughout the movie.
But in overall view, this movie is not too bad actually. I was thoroughly entertained throughout the entire movie, and I watched it at around 1 in the night and didn't doze off. Although I thought we were to see more hilarious pranks being pulled off during the time stops.