Until now, Zak Gibbs' greatest challenge has been to find a way to buy a car. But when he discovers an odd wristwatch amidst his father's various inventions and slips it on -- something very strange happens. The world around him seems to come to a stop, everything and everybody frozen in time. Zak quickly learns how to manipulate the device and he and his quick-witted and beautiful new friend, Francesca, start to have some real fun.
- Category:Thriller, Action, Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi
- Stars:Jesse Bradford, French Stewart, Paula Garcés, Michael Biehn, Robin Thomas Grossman, Garikayi Mutambirwa, Julia Sweeney, Lindze Letherman, Jason George, Linda Kim, Ken Jenkins, Esperanza Catubig, Jennifer Manley, Scott Thomson, Deborah Rawlings,
- Director:Jonathan Frakes,
- Writer:Rob Hedden (story), Andy Hedden (story), J. David Stem (story), David N. Weiss (story), Rob Hedden (screenplay), J. David Stem (screenplay), David N.
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(mx) wrote: Typical plot that could have gotten a little creative but decided to go the plain old boring route. The use of Taylor Kitsch is that of a glorified extra. If you live in a harbor or never want anything to change this could be a good movie for you.
(ru) wrote: Finding humour in the blackest of subjects, Four Lions is a disturbingly hilarious tale of a quartet of woeful terrorists. Full review later.
(ru) wrote: Grandsima Bette Davis en el rol de una villana de antologa , una excelente direccin de William Wyler y una dulce Teresa Wright. Clsico.
(es) wrote: A by-the-numbers supernatural thriller that may entertain but is ultimately found wanting.
(us) wrote: Horrible. The half a star is for Melissa Joan Hart. Without her presence, I would have given this no stars. She was literally the only thing this boring, pointless film had going for it, and even she was only phoning it in. (Not that I can blame her - I would have died of embarrassment at being associated with this too). It makes Sabrina Goes to Rome look like a masterpiece. I checked it out on IMDB and it is currently rating about 3 stars out of 10 with 68 votes. I think that is fair for this movie too.. perhaps a touch generous.Acting in this is horrible. It mainly follows Hamilton Van Watts (yeah, too right, "who"?) as Jack Satin, a washed up comedian/singer who skips town to avoid his gambling debts. His car breaks down in a small town and he is forced to stay a little while. He meets the locals, who include an aggressive bar server, an older woman with a drinking problem who takes a liking to him and Lauren, (Melissa Joan Hart), who he slowly becomes involved with. Aside from Lauren, the characters are all two dimensional, cliched, horribly acted and just ugh. What follows is an hour and a half of tedium, which doesn't even get the happy ending you would have expected. I don't know who I was crosser with, the person responsible for this crap, or myself for sitting there and watching the whole thing. Seriously, do not bother with this. Horrid.
(kr) wrote: On a weirdness scale it ranked an 8!!!
(jp) wrote: Wie sss! Tolle Tanzszenen und charismatische Hauptdarsteller. Romola Garai ist in allem super! (Mai 2014)
(it) wrote: This is one my favorite coming-of-age stories because whether parents believed it or not, this is what their kids could be doing, especially at that time. In a way you empathize with the characters because of their difficulties to struggle with a lack of parenthood.
(au) wrote: Can you really enjoy a comedy where a woman is happier in the end with her abusive captor and his neglected children than her lawfully wedded psychopath?
(de) wrote: **1/2 (out of four) Four hour mini-series that tries to add some credibility to the mass of Hercules movies that have become somewhat of a joke over the years. Paul Telfer sure looks the part, though he also looks like he should be advertising toothpaste, or something like that. The story is still on the weak side as he goes through all his usual trials. Better than most, but nothing overly special.
(ag) wrote: WOW......WOW.....WOW.....WOW.....GRIPPING.......AMAZING.......FANTASTIC.......MAN I HAVE JUST SEEN THIS MOVIE 4 THE 1ST TIME N THINK THAT THIS IS SUCH A GREAT MOVIE 2 WATCH.....its got a good cast of actors/actresses throughout this movie.....I think that Wesley snipes, Mario van pebbles, judd nelson, chris rock, allen payne, play good roles/parts throughout this movie......I think that the director of this drama/action/adventure/thriller movie had done a great job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.....ProductionThe film is based on the crack cocaine war in the US. It was the first theatrically released film for director and co-star Mario Van Peebles. The film was based upon an original story and screenplay written by Thomas Lee Wright who had previously penned a draft of The Godfather Part III and would go on to write, direct and produce a seminal documentary of American gang life, Eight Tray Gangster: The Making of a Crip.The screenplay was co-written by journalist turned screenwriter Barry Michael Cooper, who also scripted 1994's Above the Rim, and Sugar Hill, which also starred Snipes. Cooper is the first African American screenwriter in history to have two films produced in one year: Sugar Hill was released on February 25, 1994 by Beacon-20th Century Fox Pictures, and Above The Rim was released on March 23, 1994 by New Line Cinema.Barry Michael Cooper's rewrite was based on a December 1987 The Village Voice cover story written by Cooper titled "Kids Killing Kids: New Jack City Eats Its Young". The story revolved around the 20th anniversary of the 1967 riots in Detroit, and in its wake, Nicky Barnes, rise of crack cocaine gangs in the late 1980s, such as Young Boys Inc., and the Chambers Brothers.It is set and filmed in New York City between April 16 and June 6, 1990.Reception New Jack City received a favorable reception by film critics for its cast, storyline and soundtrack. Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film three and a half stars out of four, writing:Harlem's real life Graham Court, known in the film as the "Carter".New Jack City received a favorable reception by film critics for its cast, storyline and soundtrack. Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film three and a half stars out of four, writing:Truffaut once said it was impossible to make an anti-war movie, because the war sequences would inevitably be exciting and get the audience involved on one side or the other. It is almost as difficult to make an anti-drug movie, since the lifestyle and money of the drug dealers looks like fun, at least until they're killed. This movie pulls off that tricky achievement. Nino, who looks at the dead body of Scarface and laughs, does not get the last laugh.Time Out London described the film as "a superior example of what used to be called blaxploitation."New Jack City was produced with an estimated $8,000,000 budget. The film initially premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 17, 1991, before being released nationally on March 8, 1991; it grossed $7,039,622 during its opening weekend. It became the highest grossing independent film of 1991, grossing a total of $47,624,253 domestically. The film holds a 76% on Rotten Tomatoes.American Film Institute ListsAFI's 100 Years...100 Thrills - NominatedAFI's 10 Top 10 - Nominated Gangster FilmHome mediaDVD was released in Region 1 in the United States on August 25, 1998 and Region 2 in the United Kingdom on July 26, 1999, it was distributed by Warner Home Video. DVD was re-released as a Two-Disc Special Edition in Region 1 in the United States on August 23, 2005 and Region 2 in the United Kingdom on January 23, 2006.Special Edition DVD features:1.Commentary by: director and co-star Mario Van Peebles2.New Jack City: A Hip-Hop Classic3.Harlem World: A Walk Inside4.The Road to New Jack City5.Original music videos: "New Jack Hustler" (Nino's Theme) by Ice T, "I'm Dreamin'" by Christopher Williams, and "I Wanna Sex You Up" by Color Me Badd6.Original theatrical trailerCultural impactThe New Orleans based Rap label Cash Money Records is named after the Cash Money Brothers gang. Cash Money Records rapper Lil Wayne has a series of albums titled "Tha Carter" after The Carter Complex, and Lil Wayne and Tyga have referred to themselves as Young Nino. Wrestler New Jack got his name from this movie.man this is such a gripping movie 2 watch, its got such a good cast throughout this movie....man this is such a thrilling movie 2 watch, its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie.....I think that Wesley snipes was brilliant throughout this movie as the bad guy......man this is such a great movie 2 watch, with a great cast throughout this movie......
(mx) wrote: Significantly better than I expected. After 30 years in the arcade, Wreck-it-Ralph (obviously Donkey Kong) really gets tired of having to live in the garbage while Fix-it-Felix Jr. (Mario) gets a celebration every night for saving the town. He leaves his game, and meets a bunch of actual Namco/Sega guys, Sonic, Pac-Man, Qbert, Tapper, etc. If you die outside your game you actually die. He goes to some Hero game and wins a metal which he thinks it going to change his life. But, its gets stolen by some girl in a super awesome candy based racing game "Sugar Rush" and he spends the moving getting it back and falling in love with this girl. I highly recommend for a light filler.
(mx) wrote: I just re-watched the movie "Caveman" (1981) with Ringo Star after many years of seeing it. The movie is really stupid. There really is not much of a plot. The acting is terrible. The attempt at comedy is childish and stale. I love it. A must see.
(it) wrote: An offbeat horror flick, it does commit the sin of being incredibly silly without intending to, but the makeup effects are fine, and Strother Martin is very good as the scientist at the center of the story.