Justin Time

Justin Time

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.

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. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Michael P (fr) wrote: This was a solid action flick. It's definitely all style over substance, but that's not always a bad thing. Quentin Tarantino used to do it well and people love him. It's well worth a watch, but warning, it's subtitled.

Donald C (br) wrote: Saw it at SDAFF. SO fucking cool. the performances were top-notch. Kang pulls some good drama from John Cho, and Jun Kim puts on a veritable tour-de-force. Never have I seen a movie that so deftly navigates two different languages and cultures, while maintaining such cohesion and authenticity. Blows the old drama "1.5" out of the water as the foremost televisual homage to the Korean diaspora.

Scott C (mx) wrote: Sarah Polley broke my heart in this. What a magical film.

Danielle H (de) wrote: got 1 of my husbands "Larenz Tate"

Mason R (jp) wrote: How the hell do you make a kids movie in the Vietnam war? You can't and this film proved it. It's like NONE of them read the script before doing it...I guess the director had dirt on them all and they had to.

Rodney E (es) wrote: The often forgotten SNL character movie isn't as bad as any of the ones that aren't the first Blues Brothers or Wayne's World but the laughs are few and far between. What does make Stuart Saves His Family semi-work is the actual interaction between Smalley and his dysfunctional family.

Jamey T (gb) wrote: Some really funny stuff in this movie. Shows a different side of a lot of well-known actors. Especially Michael J. Fox and Malik Yoba.

Gosan K (us) wrote: One of the best old school movies EVER!

Sophia G (it) wrote: Although the first half hour is difficult to stomach, the film as a whole is very rewarding. first-rate cinematography by Ian Jones.

Arundhati S (us) wrote: Real messed up lives they have, don't they?

Phillip (mx) wrote: Rutger Hauer, Joanna Pacula, and Alan Arkin, all gave such stellar performances. The movie is powerful and unforgettable. The music at the end, during the climax, is so moving and emotion evoking.

Karsh D (es) wrote: Lacks the magic of other blaxploitation films but Grier remains in top form