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Ben 10: Race Against Time
Directed byAlex Winter
Produced by
  • Evan W. Adler
  • Sam Register[a]
  • Tramm Wigzell[a]
  • Alex Winter[b]
  • Ramsey Ann Naito[b]
Screenplay byMitch Watson
Story byThomas Pugsley
Greg Klein
Based onBen 10
by Man of Action
StarringGraham Phillips
Christien Anholt
Haley Ramm
Beth Littleford
Don McManus
Sab Shimono
Aloma Wright
Robert Picardo
Lee Majors
Music byAndy Sturmer
CinematographyMorgan Pierre Susser
Edited bySuzanne Hines
Alive and Kicking, Inc.
Cartoon Network
Distributed byWarner Home Video
November 21, 2007 (US)
February 11, 2008 (UK)
Running time
67 minutes
CountriesUnited States
Canada
LanguageEnglish
BudgetUS$5 million[1]

Play the free Ben 10 Ultimate Alien game, Ultimate Collection and other Ben 10 Ultimate Alien games at Cartoon Network. Ben 10: Race Against Time (also known as Ben 10: The Movie) is a 2007 Canadian-American superhero film based on the animated television series Ben 10, created by Man of Action. The working title was Ben 10 in the Hands of Armageddon. Directed by Alex Winter, it premiered on November 21, 2007, in the United States as a Cartoon Network original film.

Ben 10: Race Against Time (also known as Ben 10: The Movie) is a 2007 Canadian-American superhero film based on the animated television seriesBen 10, created by Man of Action. The working title was Ben 10 in the Hands of Armageddon. Directed by Alex Winter,[1] it premiered on November 21, 2007, in the United States as a Cartoon Network original film.[2]

Plot[edit]

The story opens in Bellwood as a mysterious black figure appears on the town’s Main Street and immediately starts destroying things around him. Ben Tennyson (Graham Phillips), in the form of Heatblast (voiced by David Franklin), confronts and obliterates him after a short battle.

The next day, Ben goes back to school, and has trouble adjusting to normal life again. After a bad day, he gets bullied by Cash (Tyler Patrick Jones), and JT (Tyler Foden), and two girls he had tried to flirt with earlier, resulting in transforming into Grey Matter (voiced by Carlos Alazraqui) which he attempted to transform into Four Arms by getting his revenge on the bullies by causing chaos at the diner into a little food fight where Ms. Dalton (Aloma Wright) works. Later, he and Gwen Tennyson (Haley Ramm) come across the same villain Ben defeated earlier. Max Tennyson (Lee Majors) identifies him as Eon (Christien Anholt), a member of an alien species from an unknown dimension known as the Chronians, whom 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 gateway to his home dimension and unleash his race upon Earth if activated. They travel to the containment facility where Eon is supposed to be kept in suspended animation, only to find it empty and his guard aged to near-death. The guard tells Max not to let Eon find the hardware store, where the Hands were kept. Before he dies, the Plumber warns Ben that Eon is after him.

Traveling back to Bellwood, Max takes Ben and Gwen to the location of the Hands of Armageddon, guarded by the few remaining Plumbers. Eon follows them and breaks into the facility, but cannot activate the device. When Ben attempts to use the Omnitrix, it malfunctions, glowing bright purple and giving Ben an intense burning pain. Eon attempts to kidnap Ben, claiming it to be a rescue, but Ben escapes. Eon manages to corner Ben, explaining that his race learned to control time itself, but trapped themselves by misusing their power. He claims that his fate is intertwined with Ben's. Eon is scared off by an elderly Plumber before he can elaborate. Grandpa Max decides it would be best for Ben to leave Bellwood so that Eon won't find him, but Ben bravely refuses and they both come to a deal where Ben will be monitored daily by a disguised Plumber. When Ben goes to the school gym to be alone, Principal White attempts to calm Ben's fears just when Eon freezes then reverses time as he throws White out of the way. Eon then tries to show Ben his future by disabling the Omnitrix. However, Ben sets off the fire alarm, strikes Eon in the side, and breaks out of his grasp. This time, Ben is able to become Diamondhead (voiced by Daran Norris) and fights him off. Later that night, Ben decides to lure Eon into a trap by purposefully leaving himself open, but this backfires and he is captured along with Gwen and Max.

At the Plumber facility storing the Hands of Armageddon, Eon explains some of the background of the Omnitrix: Ben can only remain in his alien forms for ten minutes at a time, a fail-safe to prevent them from overwhelming his human self and personality with the form's own. He also reveals that he is an evil version of Ben from an alternate timeline, which Max admits he never wanted Ben to find out. Eon knows how to deactivate the fail safe, and in doing so, can turn Ben into a Chronian. This is because the Hands need the energy of a young Chronian, which is why he kidnapped Ben. Eon presses the Omnitrix that is glowing bright purple and turns Ben into a younger evil clone of him. Meanwhile, Principal White has gotten out of the nurse's office and finds the imprisoned Plumbers. When trying to find the key to that room, they point to the button near the door, which freed them all. Gwen and Max manage to free themselves. While Max tries to disable the Hands of Armageddon at the cost of his own life, Gwen reaches to Ben inside young Eon. Ben successfully overcomes Eon and turns back to normal, and with the help of the other Plumbers, manages to save Max and disables the time rift, sending Eon's race back to their own dimension.

Just when it seems like they've won, time stops for everyone but Ben. The older Eon reappears, angered at Ben's victory. After Ben points out that the Hands and Eon's world is gone, Eon throws Ben across the room in fury. Ben transforms into Wildmutt (voiced by Dee Bradley Baker) and fights him off, eventually knocking him into the Hands of Armageddon, destroying both the Hands and Eon. Time then resumes, and Gwen takes Wildmutt to a talent show that the school is having, where they perform a magic trick and win second place. After the show, Grandpa Max recommends that it is time to put the Omnitrix away for a while and he, Ben and Gwen go for pizza. Ben admits that he will miss it. Suddenly, in space, an alien armada assembles, hinting that Ben and Max's archenemy Vilgax will return.

Cast[edit]

  • Graham Phillips as Ben Tennyson
  • Lee Majors as Max Tennyson
  • Christien Anholt as Eon/Ben Eon
  • Haley Ramm as Gwen Tennyson
  • Beth Littleford as Sandra Tennyson
  • Don McManus as Carl Tennyson
  • Sab Shimono as Old Man
  • Aloma Wright as Mrs. Dalton
  • Robert Picardo as Principal White
  • Tyler Patrick Jones as Cash Murray
  • Tyler Foden as J.T.
  • Paige Hurd as Stephanie
  • Bianca Ruiz Brocki as Candace
  • David Franklin as Heatblast (voice)
  • Carlos Alazraqui as Grey Matter (voice)
  • Daran Norris as Diamondhead (voice)
  • Dee Bradley Baker as Wildmutt (voice)
  • Jeff Jensen as Mr. Hawkins The Postman
  • Michael Runyard as Fire Chief Whittington
  • Alex Winter as Constantine Jacobs

Production[edit]

Ben 10: Race Against Time featured CGI effects and characters, including four of the aliens from the TV series:[1]Diamondhead, Grey Matter, Heatblast, and Wildmutt. Winter stated at the 2007 upfront presentation that he wanted Ben 10: Race Against Time 'to look like X-Men,' an epic adventure that is 'more cinematic than cartoony' and appeal to all ages. Winter also promised the film will feature 'no Jar Jar.'[3] In a behind-the-scenes video played on Cartoon Network's video service, Winter describes the film as 'everything you've ever seen in Ben 10 come to life.' It was filmed using Panavision Remote Systems.

Reception[edit]

The film received mixed reviews from critics. While it was praised for its soundtrack and faithfulness to its source material, it was criticized for its special effects, and some of the performances from its cast.[citation needed]

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Other live-action Ben 10 material[edit]

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Another live-action movie, titled Ben 10: Alien Swarm premiered on Cartoon Network on November 25, 2009,[4] taking place during Ben 10: Alien Force.

References[edit]

  1. ^ abc'Exclusive: First Look at the Ben 10 Live-action'. TV Guide. September 20, 2008. Retrieved April 30, 2016.
  2. ^Brian Lowry (November 19, 2007). 'Review: 'Ben 10: Race Against Time''. Variety. Retrieved April 30, 2016.
  3. ^'CN Upfront: 'Ben 10' Live Action and Animated Movies In Production-UPDATED'. toonzone.net. February 16, 2007. Archived from the original on November 9, 2007. Retrieved April 30, 2016.
  4. ^Brian Lowry (November 22, 2009). 'Review: 'Ben 10: Alien Swarm''. Variety. Retrieved April 30, 2016.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ abRegister and Wigzell are co-executive producers
  2. ^ abWinter and Naito are executive producers

External links[edit]

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  • Ben 10: Race Against Time at IMDb
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