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Clockmaker (1998)

Three kids discover a time machine in the apartment of the weird old man living upstairs and must go back in time after disrupting the time/space continuum by sending a computer repair ... See full summary »

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(as Christopher Rémy)

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(as Benjamin Carr)
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Anthony Medwetz ...
Henry
Katie Johnston ...
Mary Beth
Zachary McLemore ...
Devon
Pierrino Mascarino ...
Markham
Daisy Nystul ...
Betty
Tom Gulager ...
Bankwell
Eugen Cristea ...
Brogan
Florin Chiriac ...
Time Agent Leader
Petre Moraru ...
Time Agent
Cristian Motiu ...
Time Agent
Laura Jianu ...
Sgt Grillo
Marius Galea ...
Vagrancy Police Officer
Christopher Landry ...
Vagrancy Police Officer
Isabela Neamtu ...
Vagrancy Police Officer
Carmen Popa ...
Vagrancy Police Officer
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Three kids discover a time machine in the apartment of the weird old man living upstairs and must go back in time after disrupting the time/space continuum by sending a computer repair manual back to the nineteenth century. Written by Christopher Landry

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The future isn't what it used to be!

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Adventure | Sci-Fi

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Rated PG for mild action violence and brief language
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18 August 1998 (USA)  »

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Timekeeper  »

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Relatively harmless fantasy programmer for kids
31 May 2000 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Three slum kids snoop in apartment of eccentric clockmaker neighbor and manage to screw up the space-time continuum, so they have to go back in time to 19th century and set things right. Basic premise, that a computer manual accidentally lost in 1880 would lead to a premature electronic revolution and the triumph of fascism, seems more than slightly far-fetched. (If you lost a pocket calculator among a group of Neandertals, would they invent double-entry bookkeeping?) Filmed in Bucharest, with North American leads. Heroine Katie Johnston looks about 15 but quite mature to be hanging around with the two 12-ish boys, but will certainly give younger male SF fans something to check out. Written by frequent Full Moon scripter Benjamin Carr.


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