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Justin Time (2010)

An ancient and magical amulet that has the power to stop time is passed through generations until it ends up in the hands of a young man who must choose to use its power for good or for evil.

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Uncle Heath
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Mardok
Chris Laird ...
Justin
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Angelic Romano
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Michael Romano
Alyx Gaudio ...
Harvey
Troy Hinckley ...
Samuel
Mike Hildebrant ...
Rudy
Alex Egbert ...
Fletcher
David A. Martinez ...
Ben (as Dave Martinez)
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Mr. Black
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Omar
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Ace
Cyloie Neal ...
Bug
Nano De Silva ...
Nanju
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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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What would you do with the power to stop time?

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Adventure | Family

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Family friendly film
17 September 2010 | by See all my reviews

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.


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