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To the Ends of Time (1996)

In a mythical kingdom, a young boy must fight time for the love of his princess and the future of his land.

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Princess Stephanie
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James
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Karnissa
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Loffo
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Sauris
Michael Silverback ...
Aeschylus
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Alexander
Kristin Sweet ...
Young Stephanie
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Young James
Irmise Brown ...
Old Stephanie
Arthur Tovey ...
Old James
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Debra Burkhardt ...
Woman
Robert Calvin ...
Sauris Soldier
F. Scott Collins ...
Guard
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Storyline

In a mythical kingdom among the clouds, one young stable boy named James dreams on glory deeds following his older brother, a king's guard, and to catch the eye of little princess Stephanie. But when the kingdom falls under attack from air pirates, and horrified by the destruction, the King orders his most trusted advisor, the magician Aeschylus, to create a device to end all wars. The result is a a magical clock with the power to control time itself, to make years be reduced to seconds and a lifetime to pass in an instant. Refusing to wield such huge power, the King orders Aeschylus to destroy the clock and its plans. That night, however, the magician is killed by orders of evil sorceress Karnissa, who steals the clock and unleashes upon the kingdom a curse. As everyone grows old, James most embark on a race against time to safe his land, his love and the world from destruction. Written by LuisHD

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sword and sorcery | See All (1) »

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Fantasy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for fantasy adventure and mild language | See all certifications »
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30 November 1996 (USA)  »

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Ritter der Zeit  »

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Obvious miniature work during the initial assault sequence: castle towers wobble from nearby explosions, clearly visible strings holding the models and pieces of the exploding flying ships are left hanging in the air. See more »

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Good message but naive flick!
3 February 2001 | by See all my reviews

This movie has very lovely message of "love is the strongest force there is". However, most of the characters are not exploited as one would expect. Joss Ackland is convincing, and I am a bit sad that Sarah Douglas didn't show her potential here, actually her cast was a bit neglected in this flick. she was the one to keep me interested to the very end of the movie. The odd thing is that throughout whole flick not once her character(Karnissa) has been mentioned by name!!!! Why? All in all, watchable but pretty naive.


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