Directed by Stefon Bristol.
Starring Eden Duncan-Smith, Danté Crichlow, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Johnathan Nieves, Myra Lucretia Taylor, Wavyy Jonez, Rayshawn Richardson, Ron Bobb-Semple and Brian “Stro” Bradley.
Best friends C.J. and Sebastian build a pair of time machines and use them in order to save the life of C.J.’s brother.
Hollywood has proven countless times how skilled filmmakers can fuse escapist genre entertainment with potent social commentary, and though this Spike Lee-produced time travel-cum-police brutality romp touts an attention-grabbing hook, the end product is disappointingly forgettable.
Two black teens from Brooklyn, C.J. (Eden Duncan-Smith) and Sebastian (Danté Crichlow), use their preternatural smarts to invent a time machine, shortly before C.J.’s brother Calvin (Brian “Stro” Bradley) is killed in a police shooting. As the pair travel back in time in order to save Calvin’s life, they’re forced to