Justin Time

DVD Release: March 9, 2010
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 use his power to make the world a better place. But on the other side of the equation is the power-seeking philanthropist, Michael Romano, who seeks to indulge in the riches of the world.

Dove Review

This is a movie about one young man’s adventure when he is handed an amulet that belonged to his father. Justin, not knowing the secret folklore behind this object, holds it dear because he lost his parents many years before. But he soon learns its secret of stopping time and gets involved in saving the day.

The violence in this film is tame compared to today’s standards. The theme is a fantasy enjoyed by most of us – to stop time. You will laugh at some of the comical events that happen in this cute and entertaining film. We are pleased to award “Justin Time” the Dove Seal for 12+.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Mild sexual innuendo toward girls.
Language: Name calling such as "girlie boys", "jock strap", "idiot".
Violence: Men chasing another man; High School boys bullying other boys in school; boy tries to cheat on test; man steals money and other stuff from two guys; man hits another with briefcase; boy puts glue in other boy's jock strap; man threatens others; a mine explodes; woman takes bribe; man tasers two guys; men fight; men with guns; one man shoots gun.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Boy drops pants but nothing seen, cleavage.
Other: Discussion regarding a boy's power to see the future and past; boy dresses like a girl.


Company: MTI Home Video
Writer: Rob Diamond
Director: Rob Diamond
Producer: Troy Hinckley
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 95 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe