Ben 10: Race Against Time (TV Movie 2007)

Ben 10: Race Against Time (TV Movie 2007)

Released: 2007
Genre: Action, Adventure, Family, Genre
Director: Alex Winter
Starring: Haley Ramm, Christien Anholt, Graham Phillips, ,
Run time: 67 min
IMDb: 4.2/10
Country: USA
Views: 86590

Synopsis

Storyline:
In Bellwood, a mysterious figure teleports into town, and immediately starts destroying things. Ben Tennyson, in the form of Heatblast, confronts him. After a short battle, Ben seemingly obliterates the villain. Max Tennyson identifies him as Eon, an alien the Plumbers captured almost two centuries ago. When he arrived, he was half dead and brought a device with him called the Hands of Armageddon, which would open a time rift to the alien’s home dimension and unleash his race upon Earth if activated. They travel to the containment facility where Eon is supposed to be kept, only to find it empty and his guardian aged to near-death.
Written by
Anthony Pereyra {[email protected].com}
User Reviews: Well, I saw the commercials and they made it seem like "Ben Ten Race Against Time" would have potential. I saw the Ben Ten movie that CN made prior to Against Time, which was "Mystery of the Omnitrix" or something to that extent. Mystery of the Omnitrix was very good, and in many ways touching… so I figured that Against Time would be worth a watch.

The effects were good… for a TV movie. It was very hard for me to turn the channel as I sat through the attempt at effects and poor attempt at the actors trying to interact with the CG aliens. I had to keep reminding myself "TV MOVIE TV MOVIE TV MOVIE"

Another thing I had a problem with was the fact that only a few months before Cartoon Network released "Mystery of the Omnitrix" as a TV movie, and it was animated. Then they release a live action Ben Ten? What will the third movie be? I think that was a poor consistency move on not only Cartoon Network but also the producers of the Ben Ten series.

Another reason EXTREME fans might not enjoy this movie is the choice of actor for Grandpa Max. In the cartoon Grandpa Max is sort of large… whereas in the live action the character is lean with a beard, and is more of a stereotypical Midwestern grandfather. I, who again was reminding myself "TV MOVIE", was open to this.

I did like the actor for Eon. His acting was, in my opinion, above standards for the others in the movie… especially the parents, who as I gathered were supposed to be trying to be way too accepting or something. I dunno the aim of the two were sort of lost on me.

I give this movie a 4/10… just because I think CN bit off more than it could chew, and this type of movie should have been reserved for theaters where special effects could have been better.

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