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(Also known as Frozen in time) The small town of Rockwell is mysteriously frozen in time after a bus accident, that is, until a boy with a sordid past comes to town and then the hands of time move forward. | Full synopsis »
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Cast

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Ella Rae Peck ... Colbie Palmer

Lucas Salvagno ... Hawk Kodiak

Robert Prescott ... Eddie Palmer

Peter Vack ... Joey Larch
Jason Jay Crabtree ... Coach Harvey Cobb

Paul Sorvino ... Lewis
Bob Braswell ... Johnny Stumbles

Chase Coleman ... Brett Armstrong

Jim Ford ... Ryan

Bruce Davison ... Bud Kelly

Tiffany Arnold ... Mayor
Alexis French ... Betty Jean

Philip R. Garrett ... Diner Manager

Amber Mikesell ... Amanda
Ralph Scott ... Dark Suit #1

Kristina Kopf ... Doctor
Ryan Burch ... Reece
James Gerhard ... Dark Suit #2
Danny DeSalvatore ... Dark Suit #3

Jessica Cameron ... Waitress

Angie Palmer ... Woman in Yard
Thom Gall ... City Manager
Aaron Laube ... Boy
Myrishka Harrison ... Ann
Natalie Gerard ... Donna
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nick Annarino ... High School Football Player
Tony Banks ... High School Football Player
Ryan Bannan ... High School Basketball Player
Camden Brooks ... High School Football Player

Chad James Buchanan ... Colbie Palmer's Son

Orel De La Mota ... Basketball team captain
DeLonn Donovan ... High School Basketball Player
Elliott Doza ... High School Football Player
Orlando Epps ... High School Basketball Player
Michelle Gonzalez ... High School Cheerleader
Kyle Hendershot ... High School Basketball Player

Angela Henderson ... High School Cheerleader
Aaryn Jayden ... Basketball Fan
Duane Jeffries ... High School Basketball Player
Josh Martin ... High School Football Player
Tom Mayer ... High School Football Player
Brian Mikesell ... Referee
John Prak ... High School Basketball Player
Eric Sarich ... High School Football Player
Demetrius Short ... High School Basketball Player

Gaynelle W. Sloman ... Diner Regular at Counter

Robert P. Thitoff ... Referee
Marcellus Upshaw ... High School Basketball Player
Jenna Wallace ... High School Cheerleader

Abbey Monnin ... Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Paul Moon ... Basketball Player (uncredited)
Shane Thompson ... High School Basketball Player (uncredited)

Directed by
David Sabbath 
 
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David Sabbath 

Produced by
Alex Esber .... producer
Scott Kirkpatrick .... associate producer
Brandon Reaser .... assistant post-producer
 
Original Music by
Carmen Rizzo 
 
Cinematography by
Adam N. White 
 
Film Editing by
David Sabbath 
 
Casting by
Brette Goldstein 
 
Makeup Department
Nicholas Arthur .... special makeup effects artist
Kelly Lane .... key makeup artist
Katrina Rutherford .... assistant makeup artist
 
Production Management
Kara Martinelli .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Molly Bannan .... second assistant director
Ryan Reynolds .... second second assistant director
Derek Rimelspach .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Jon Griffith .... art department
Leyna Haller .... art department
Kelsey Noble .... art department
Michael Sweeney .... art department
 
Sound Department
Steven Avila .... sound effects editor
Tara Blume .... foley artist
Trip Brock .... supervising sound editor
Noel Dannemiller .... sound mixer
Casey Hansen .... foley recordist
Jackie Johnson .... dialogue editor
Peter D. Lago .... sound effects editor
Ian Shedd .... foley editor
Bryon Speller .... dialogue editor
Jamie Tremelin .... boom operator
Steven Utt .... sound recordist
Kelly Vandever .... sound re-recording mixer
Ben Whitver .... adr editor
 
Special Effects by
Tom Luhtala .... special effects makeup
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Colin Brooks .... camera production assistant
Neil Burns .... grip
Amy Cunningham-Faust .... first assistant camera (as Amy Cunningham)
Mike Dittiacur .... best boy grip
Jared Greene .... key grip
Dan Jarrell .... gaffer
Keith Brad Keplinger .... grip
Scott Lipez .... grip
Craig McKinstry .... best boy electric
Alex L. Newman .... second second assistant camera
Cole Pisano .... grip
Justin Russell .... second assistant camera
Aaron Smith .... additional grip
John Vinson .... electrician
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Erica Stewart .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Aaron Smith .... assistant editor
 
Transportation Department
Jordan Likover .... driver
David Romero .... transportation captain
Jason Russell .... transportation
Robert Weisner .... driver
 
Other crew
Jason Brazeal .... production assistant
Joe Bryant .... assistant to the director
Stephen R. Campanella .... location manager
Travis Cleary .... production assistant
Carolyn Corzine .... production coordinator
Gus Dieker .... production assistant
Kelsey Dyer .... production assistant
Max Eberle .... production assistant
Bridgette Kreuz .... production assistant
Amber Mikesell .... extras coordinator
Timothy Muir .... set production assistant
Eric Risher .... production assistant
Jason Russell .... production assistant
Whitney Rowlett Senn .... location assistant
Sarah Willgrube .... script supervisor
 

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Rated R for language
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USA:100 min
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Continuity: When Hawk picks up Johnny Stumbles on his scooter, he gives Johnny the basketball to hold. As they go past the coffee shop and over the bridge, the ball is now in Hawk's paper bag. By the time they get to Johnny's house, the ball is nowhere to be seen.See more »

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Any potential, ruined., 23 September 2014
Author: philjn161 from United Kingdom

First, the acting : On the whole, considering the budget and circumstances (it being a first foray of the director) I've seen much worse acting in films with a much greater pedigree. At times, it's laboured, but not wooden or overtly stilted. So the cast can't be held responsible for failings of the film. The Story isn't really anything "new" either. It has an undercurrent of mystery and mystique, but struggles to engage the viewer by trying way too hard to be enigmatic. If you avoid religiously moral tales, then fear not, this isn't ported from a bible channel.. But a spiritual overseer and play caller is hinted at in the dialogue and the feel of the story. Zero spoilers, but, basically you're watching the town of Rockwell frozen in time after a town tragedy and a young man turns up off the bus and triggers the re commencement of time. Editing and photography are more than adequate, and coupled with the reasonable acting and inoffensive story premise, you'd expect to sit down to watch a low budget B movie that didn't change your life but didn't have you hurling bricks at the screen. You'd expect.. But here's where an unforgivable error of judgement on the part of the Director scuppers ANY chance of engaging his audience... He lets loose the sound editor and the score composer, and basically massacres his own movie. I've seen some awful films, and heard some terrible songs and soundtracks, but this movie is probably the most heavy handed, cheesiest, stinkiest soundtrack I've ever suffered through. Completely jarring, incongruous, overly loud, diabolical lyrics and sweat stained vocals appear from nowhere in situations that lend absolutely no correlation to the story. If you can envisage , say, a sequence of quiet contemplation in a candle lit church, then out of nowhere , with no change of action, a sequence of hip hop tracks followed by a Metallica song suddenly start to play? That's the kind of incongruity in the sound editing. It was so jarring, so contrary to the immersion factor required for movie enjoyment, it left me feeling furious. As such, I can say nothing of the film's storyline or conclusion because I simply didn't care. A woeful series of decisions render this film virtually unwatchable. Give it a miss.

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