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The time is now for the movie ‘Time Is Up’

Dan Webster

Above: Bella Thorne and Benjamin Mascolo star in “Time Is Up.” (Photo/Fathom Events)

From time to time movies show up at area theaters that seem to crop up out of nowhere. That’s certainly the case with “Time Is Up.”

The movie, which stars Bella Thorne and Benjamin Mascolo, is scheduled to screen at 7 tonight at the Regal Cinemas theaters at Coeur d’Alene’s Riverstone Stadium.

If you don’t recognize those names – and I, for one, don’t – you should know that Thorne has starred in such films as “Shovel Buddies,” “You Get Me,” “Midnight Sun” and “Chick Fight.” Not much of a resume.

A closer look at that resume, though, shows that Thorne has appeared in a number of television series and music videos.

I couldn’t find any reviews of “Time Is Up,” which is not a good sign. But the film was shot in Rome. So that’s got to be a good thing.

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