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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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Brian Wimmer ...
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
Dave Martinez ...
Ben
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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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Great film for kids
10 March 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

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!


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