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Frequent Star Trek actor and director Jonathan Frakes gets behind the camera again for this teen-sci-fi/action-drama in the Back to the Future (1985) mold. Jesse Bradford stars as Zak Gibbs, a teenager who discovers the latest invention to spring from the mind of his scientist father (Robin Thomas) and a research team that includes his dad's eccentric colleague Dr. Earl Dopler (French Stewart). It seems that they have developed a wristwatch that manipulates "hypertime," speeding up the passage of regular time 25 ...
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Frequent Star Trek actor and director Jonathan Frakes gets behind the camera again for this teen-sci-fi/action-drama in the Back to the Future (1985) mold. Jesse Bradford stars as Zak Gibbs, a teenager who discovers the latest invention to spring from the mind of his scientist father (Robin Thomas) and a research team that includes his dad's eccentric colleague Dr. Earl Dopler (French Stewart). It seems that they have developed a wristwatch that manipulates "hypertime," speeding up the passage of regular time 25 times for the wearer and those near him, making it appear that the rest of the world has become essentially "frozen" in time. Zak is delighted with the ability that he initially treats as the ultimate gag and superpower, until the National Security Agency begins pursuing both him and the device, intending to confiscate it for nefarious political purposes. Clockwatchers (2002) co-stars Michael Biehn, Paula Garces, and Julia Sweeney.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/20/2003
  • UPC: 097363322436
  • Original Release: 2002
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  • Source: Paramount
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jesse Bradford Zak Gibbs
Paula Garcés Francesca
French Stewart Dr. Earl Dopler
Michael Biehn Henry Gates
Robin Thomas George Gibbs
Miko Hughes
Julia Sweeney Mom
Billy Mayo Q.T. Agent
Scott Thomson
Garikayi Mutambirwa Meeker
Lindze Letherman Kelly Gibbs
Jason Winston George Richard
Linda Kim Jay
Ken Jenkins Agent Moore
Esperanza Catubig ticket agent
Jennifer Manley security officer
Scott Thompson tourist dad
Deborah Rawlings tourist mom
Jodie Milks bright freshman
Brad 'Chip' Pope confused freshman
Tony Abatemarco administrator
Oanh Nguyen graduate student
Andrew James Armstrong hot skates sports boy
Rachel Arieff hot skates saleswoman
Joey Simmrin Rick Ditmar
Pamela Dunlap Vice Principal
Gina Hecht Meter Maid
Eric Baugh Tagger
Dwight Armstrong nose ring boy
D.J. Midas Flavius' opponent
Funkmaster Flex Large Mike
DJ Swamp Flavius/Ditmar hands
Lamonte Goode Meeker breakdance double
Ronnie Willis Meeker dance double
Kirven T. Arrington Meeker hand double
Danny Cistone Ditmar dance double
Earl Barlow Rave Dancer
Jer-Lyn Benjamin Rave Dancer
Diana Carreno Rave Dancer
Aisha R. Delaria Rave Dancer
Frank Howard Rave Dancer
Rece Jones Rave Dancer
Alfie Lewis Rave Dancer
Monet 'Fusion' Ludlow Rave Dancer
Clifford McGhee Rave Dancer
Kimberly Morrow Rave Dancer
Alphonzo Rawls Rave Dancer
Sherman Shoate Rave Dancer
Lani Tuyor-Stanbery Rave Dancer
Giacomo Vernice Rave Dancer
Jenette Goldstein Doctor
Tom Parks Detective
Jeff Ricketts Officer Meyers
Jamshied Sharifi Conductor
Technical Credits
Jonathan Frakes Director
Gary Anderton Camera Operator
Ben Apley Producer
Mary Gail Artz Casting
Bob Baron Sound Mixer
Clyde Beamer Producer
Carsten Becker Producer
Chuck Bemis Camera Operator
Lon Bender Sound/Sound Designer
Peter E. Berger Editor
Thomas Betts Set Decoration/Design
Carla Bowen Asst. Director
Keith Bryant Producer
Jeff W. Canavan Editor
Matthew Carlisle Asst. Director
Lien Chun-Chien Producer
Barbara Cohen Casting
Rosemary Cremona Asst. Director
Marek Dobrowoiski Production Designer
Jason Doherty Producer
Deborah Everton Costumes/Costume Designer
Karin Fong Producer
Lynn Garrido Special Effects
Justine Gerenstein Producer
Julie Glick Costumes/Costume Designer
Jeffrey P. Greeley Camera Operator
Barbara Harris Casting
Albie Hecht Executive Producer
Rob Hedden Co-producer, Original Story, Screenwriter
Andy Hedden Original Story
Richard Helmer Special Effects
Hi-Hat Choreography
David B. Householter Co-producer, Production Manager
Paul Hughen Cinematographer
Gale Anne Hurd Producer
Lawrence Karman Camera Operator
Kevin Kavanaugh Art Director
Adam Kowalski Camera Operator, Special Effects
Grant Lau Producer
Christopher Lopez Producer
Gary Monak Special Effects
Kenny Myers Makeup
Peggy Oei Producer
Stan Parks Special Effects
Julia Pistor Producer
Geoffrey G. Rubay Sound/Sound Designer
James Sall Musical Direction/Supervision
Jamshied Sharifi Score Composer
Leanna Sheldon Casting
Randy K. Singer Sound Mixer
J. David Stem Original Story, Screenwriter
Ruby Stillwater Asst. Director
Jim Stuebe Sound Mixer
Tim Suhrstedt Cinematographer
Bill Taylor Cinematographer, Special Effects
David Weiss Screenwriter
David N. Weiss Original Story, Screenwriter
Ian Foster Woolf Asst. Director
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Average Rating 3.5
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    more from this reviewer

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    What if you could frezze time?

    so the movie is about a guy who gets a watch that frezzes time but what if you had the power to frezze time? that be really neat this is the 2002 version of Bttf

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Good Sci-fi

    In this smarter-than-average Nick movie,teenager Zak Gibbs discovers a watch created by his professer/scientist dad that makes him move so fast it seems the world is standing still.Along with a new friend and his father's old student,Zak goes on a mission to save his dad from evil government forces.I liked this movie because it was more mature and interesting than most Nick movies.And it made me wonder if ''hypertime'' could one day be possible.It was also neat to see things suddenly freeze.My favorite part was when Zak went into super-hypertime and went through walls.Even though I liked ''Clockstoppers'',I didn't love it so I only gave it 3 stars.Still,''Clockstoppers'' is good sci-fi and entertaining.

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    Posted October 24, 2009

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