Clockstoppers

Clockstoppers (2002)

Plot summary

Quantum Tech Laboratories has made a breakthrough in a top secret technology called hypertime. The technology accelerates the molecules of the user until he or she appears invisible to the rest of the world and from the user's perspective, the world is standing still. QT has even created a watch that takes the wearer into hypertime. However, there is a problem with the technology: Extended stays in hypertime causes accelerated aging. To combat this problem, QT captures a scientist named Doppler and force him to create a device to reverse the aging effects. Unbeknowest to QT, Doppler has been enlisting the help of his college proffesor Dr. Gibbs and has even given him a hypertime watch. Things get even more complicated when Gibbs' teenage son Zak finds the watch and uses its powers for his own gain. When QT discovers that he has the watch, they send their agents to take it from him by any means necessary.

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In the DJ spin-off scene, Zach and Francessca help make Meeker cool by going into hypertime and giving him a dance lesson. At one point, we see Zach and Francessca in hypertime making Meeker do flips. Then, in real time, we see that Meeker is doing the flips at the same speed that he was doing in hypertime. Wouldn't he be going a lot faster in real time, not the same speed as he was in hypertime?

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When Zak takes Francesca into hypertime in her garden, she says, "Lo veo pero no lo creo". This is Spanish for "I see it, but I don't believe it".

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