I was watching an old cartoon movie where a scientist makes a gadget, which when bound on the wrist, freezes the movement of the whole world. So, that one may do 100s of things in a single second. (The beagle boys later use the gadget to rob a whole bank in 1 second).
The scientist explains the working that the gadget helps in moving "very very fast". So fast that the person who wears it, sees the world, he finds everything frozen. As whatever he is doing is going on 1000s of times faster than the people in the world are doing.
The above explanation is quite logical and easily understandable actually. So, with this logic, if movement occurs faster, time freezes. More the movement, more the time freezes.
With this thing in mind, how come then theory of relativity claims that "moving faster may transport you ahead in time".
What I am assuming here is "transporting ahead in time" is probably something exactly opposite of "freezing the time". Am I right?