Time Collectors: Return of the Giants

DVD Release: June 30, 2011
Time Collectors: Return of the Giants


Sam, a wealthy independent paleontologist, makes a fossil discovery that
challenges mainstream evolutionary thinking. Sam suspiciously turns up dead,
leaving his inheritance and secret to Brad, his agnostic grandson.

As Brad uncovers his grandfather’s secret, he comes uncomfortably close to those who
would do anything to destroy Sam’s discovery. While meeting Sam’s assistant,
Brad is thrown into a whirl wind journey where he will experience pain and
loss while discovering faith and love.

Dove Review

“Time Collectors: Return of the Giants” is a fun film with some food for thought to munch on. It centers on fossilized life which proves creationism instead of evolution. The film also features suspense. As Brad searches for his grandfather’s hidden “treasure”, he learns more about his grandfather’s Christian passion and he gets ever closer to learning a secret his grandfather wanted him to learn. He finds something that could change the way the world thinks about the debate between creation and evolution but there are forces behind the scenes which do not wish for the truth to be exposed.

This film has several twists along the way and gives the viewer a clearer understanding of why academia does not like to be challenged on the science (or lack of it) surrounding the theory of evolution. Inspiring scenes of prayer and Bible study are featured as is the dramatic change in a character, a change definitely for the better. Dove is pleased to award this movie our Dove “Family-Approved Seal for ages 12 and over.

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Content Description

Sex: Kissing by a married couple.
Language: None
Violence: Men attempt to steal an archaeological find; men set small bridge on fire; tension between friends and they throw a few things in anger.
Drugs: Young men drink on one of their birthday parties - one is very drunk; young man asks girl to go out for a drink but she declines.
Nudity: None
Other: A character vomits outside a car but it is not seen; evolution vs. creationism is discussed; a woman has cancer; a young man dies in a car accident; the death of an elderly character; a young man refers to a Christian girl as a Bible thumper but he changes his mind later on; the characters' take on Daniel and the seventieth week may differ from some church doctrine; characters bug a house and listen in on conversations.


Company: Son Films
Writer: Jeff Johnson
Director: Caleb Johnson
Producer: Jeff Johnson
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 108 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter