Two Brooklyn teenage prodigies, C.J. Walker and Sebastian Thomas, build makeshift time machines to save C.J.'s brother, Calvin, from being wrongfully killed by a police officer.


Stefon Bristol


Fredrica Bailey (co-writer), Stefon Bristol (co-writer)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Eden Duncan-Smith ... C.J. Walker
Dante Crichlow Dante Crichlow ... Sebastian Thomas (as Danté Crichlow)
Astro ... Calvin Walker (as Brian 'Stro' Bradley)
Marsha Stephanie Blake ... Phaedra
Johnathan Nieves ... Eduardo
Michael J. Fox ... Mr. Lockhart
Myra Lucretia Taylor ... Gloria
Wavyy Jonez ... Dennis
Rayshawn Richardson ... Jared
Khail Bryant ... Tiffany
Ejyp Johnson ... Rosco
Barrington Walters Jr. ... Keith
Muhammad Cunningham Muhammad Cunningham ... Malik
Carlos Arce Jr. ... Carlito (as Carlos Arce)
Rony Clanton Rony Clanton ... Sly


After her brother is killed in a miscarriage of justice, aspiring inventor Claudette 'CJ' Walker uses her scientific mind to create two time machines, one for her, and the other for her friend Sebastian. As they use the machines to try and alter the day CJ's brother died, they come to learn the ultimatum of time travel: All Actions Have Consequences. Written by jesusblack-91294

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Inside the garage, a picture of an African American woman is hanging on the wall. This is Marie Van Brittan Brown, who was the inventor of the first home security system and is also credited with the invention of the first closed circuit television. She was born in Queens, New York, in 1922 and lived in that borough until her death in 1999. See more »


Days after Calvin's funeral, CJ and Sebastian are at the gravesite where Calvin's headstone is visible. It takes weeks, more likely months, to get a headstone made, and is often unveiled at the one-year anniversary of the funeral. It would not be there within a few days. See more »


C.J. Walker: I love you, black man.
Sebastian Thomas: I love you too, black woman.
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References 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) See more »


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Written by Phillip Junior Dember Bastien, Olatunji Yearwood, and Kevin Charles
Performed by Olatunji Yearwood
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Don't mess with the space continuum
19 May 2019 | by FrenchEddieFelsonSee all my reviews

I wonder about the intended audience: the atmosphere being very childish, adults get bored chop-chop, probably right from the start; the dialogues being hardly refined and sometimes ridiculous, the children are therefore proscribed. Moreover, the script is messy and repetitious. Finally, the ending (if you ever get there!) rhymes with bitterness. I nevertheless appreciated the reference to Back to the Future (1985), with the furtive presence of Michael J. Fox as a science teacher.

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