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Andrew Niccol
Cillian Murphy as Timekeeper Raymond Leon
Will Harris as Ulysse
Rachel Roberts as Carrera
Aaron Perilo as Bell
Elena Satine as Jasmine
Alex Pettyfer as Fortis
William Peltz as Pierre
Ethan Peck as Constantin
Colin McGurk as Citizen
Justin Timberlake as Will Salas
Toby Hemingway as Timekeeper Kors
Amanda Seyfried as Sylvia Weis
Matthew Bomer as Henry Hamilton (as Matthew Bomer)
Olivia Wilde as Rachel Salas
Vincent Kartheiser as Philippe Weis
Bella Heathcote as Michele Weis
Ray Santiago as Victa
Yaya DaCosta as Greta
Storyline: Welcome to a world where time has become the ultimate currency. You stop aging at 25, but there's a catch: you're genetically-engineered to live only one more year, unless you can buy your way out of it. The rich "earn" decades at a time (remaining at age 25), becoming essentially immortal, while the rest beg, borrow or steal enough hours to make it through the day. When a man from the wrong side of the tracks is falsely accused of murder, he is forced to go on the run with a beautiful hostage. Living minute to minute, the duo's love becomes a powerful tool in their war against the system.
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What to Expect: In Time
Why You Might Like It: The plot is outstanding and extremely interesting, which makes for an entertaining film. On top of that, the movie is well directed and well put together. If you like sci-fi films, then I would have to think that this would be a must see for you.

Why You Might Not Like It: The cast and acting is just okay in my opinion. I could imagine a better cast, which could have made for a better movie. If you are one to pick apart movie's flaws, then you might want to miss this one as you will likely find merit to do so.

Acting/Casting: 6*

Directing/Cinematography/Technical: 7*

Plot/Characters: 7.5*

Entertainment Value: 6.5*

Total - 6+7+7.5+6.5 = 27/4 = 6.75* - Well worth a rental
Truly makes me despair
Where to begin? Every aspect of this movie was so bad I don't even know how to. I must try ny saying that I sincerely despair of the world after finding out this has a 6.6 out of 10 rating here on IMDb. This is way worse than global warming, overpopulation, rising garbage mountains, ozone holes or any other reasons one might despair for the human race. This means the great majority of people, assuming the average moviegoers are a fair representative of people in general, are utterly and plainly stupid and with no means whatsoever to distinguish quality from pure trash.

Now I always try to be as just as possible when reviewing a movie and in most cases I think I can see it for what it is, who it targets and see its qualities even though I don't necessarily belong to its target audience. Here however I can't see how any adult could possibly find this anything other than offensively bad. The directing and editing is awful, the shift between scenes is awkward and seems more amateurish than anything I've ever seen in this budget scale. The plot is really stupid and has more holes than I can count. I would have given a few examples but then I'd have to mark this review as containing spoilers which would shun people who haven't seen it from reading the review and spoil the opportunity to deter them from doing so. The dialogue is absolutely laughable as well but the worst part of it all is the horrible acting. It's really like watching amateur theatre. Especially ludicrous is the portrayal of the wealthy Mr. Weis: A powerful and incredibly wealthy old man, albeit inside a 25 year old body, who still comes across as insecure and awkward in his mannerisms as a timid teenager. Surely this has got to be the worst casting mistake ever?
Time is money and the science fiction romance genre is money for Hollywood
In the world of "In Time", time is money. Literally. Set in a future where everybody ages until 25, then they have one year left to live, except that one year is currency. The rich can live at age 25 eternally and the poor don't always have a chance to live. Time zones are classes of wealth and you can't cross over without upsetting the order of the world. It's quite possible that they have taken this time is money equation too far.

But I enjoyed this twist on the same old action movie. It even starts with some thoughts on philosophy. A rich boy finds himself in a poor man's bar where everybody wants a piece of him, so much so that his considerable wealth and time line are in danger. While the poor are in constant need of money, it turns out that the rich don't have the same drives for life. This rich guy is impressed by Will's (Justin Timberlake) honesty and earnest desire to find out how the other side lives. Will is then faced with the possibility of an infinite life time of money.

From there, we get a Robin Hood action movie. Will pairs up with a daddy's girl vixen, Sylvia (Amanda Seyfried) and they are on the run from the time keepers (Cillian Murphy). I have enjoyed Timberlake's recent foray into the world of movie stars, but I like him more as a comedic straight man than as an action hero. Seyfried, on the other hand, proves that she can play pretty much anything. A mysteriously innocent, sharp-shooting, sexy action girl suits her well.

The logic that this new world presents is pretty easy to figure out, but as you are doing that at least you are distracted from the usual action movie set-up. Hollywood has ventured again into the science fiction romance genre, and has again come out with an intelligent, action-packed film with something for everyone.
Didn't anyone get the point of this movie?
All I've read here is people critiquing the movie's flaws, while no one seems to understand the message behind this movie.

The whole movie is a metaphor for the real world capitalism. So what if the SFX is a bit weak, some actors could have been better, maybe there are a few plot holes, but the story being told is so true to our everyday lives.

My brother recommended me this movie, so we watched it together, and when it came to an end, I turned over and said "This is the best movie of 2011, At least".

It is complex, and at the same time it's simple.

Anyway, if you're looking for a movie to get you thinking, this is it!
a decent idea very poorly adapted
The film starts somehow promising by confronting the viewer with an absolutely unusual get-together as Olivia Wilde plays Justin Timberlake similar aged mother (at least physically). It proceeds by showing a depressive utopia where people are buying goods & services with their lifetime and earn them likewise (people are genetic modified that they get 25 years old, don't age, but also have only 1 year from that point on and have to earn their further lifetime). Timberlake comes into the possession of great number of years, but is hunted by the "time-keepers" for that unjustified time. Sounds nice, right? Yes, the film had a lot of potential, but it was so bad executed that it is an insult to everybody who has brain. I wanted to watch a pop-corn movie which I didn't have to think about - since my days are stressful enough. But even with that attitude towards watching the film it was hard to ignore all the logical inconsistency, besides that it has no surprising twists at all. ... And of course their is the usual "bad" guy shoots after "good" guy, but only hits handrail @ their escape. Cliché and nothing but cliché. So if you don't think Amanda Seyfried and others are hot, it probably will be a 1 of 10.

+1 star for potential of the story at beginning +1 star for the hot actress -1 for all the shouting illogic

Examples for missing logic?

- their is "poker"-match within the movie where the players bet their lifetime ... it is no-limit poker, but for everybody at the table the whole lifespan is always at stake. That means that the player with the highest number of years can force every other player into an all-in situation every time (meaning their potential death), especially unfair when one has disproportionate number of years ... no one would play such a game

- lifetime can just be transfered by connecting the arms, without any security measurements such that time-thieves just can rope your time at will (of course those are not hunted by the "police" -.-)

- humans are that advanced that they can manipulate genetics in such a way that we can life infinitely, but use cars, guns, basically everything out of the 80s/90s ???? wtf?

- wtf was this "fighting about time" in one of the scenes, ridiculous

- the society would not hold together 1 week if such a system would be implemented without large oppression, nevertheless people just stay in their habit, don't protest or whatever and work in stupid industry jobs ...

- what does the stealing of 1 million years of life mean overall to the system that it collapses??? bullshit ... 1 million years for 7 billion people on the earth is 1 year per 7000 humans, which means just some few hours more of life ... STUPID
Great movie. Hitchcock/Blade Runner - yet, so, so real. Good acting
Great movie. Hitchcock/Blade Runner -- yet, so, so real. I was surprised how well Timberlake could act. Very likable. I liked the smoothly, natural almost undetectable, yet dramatic transition between his character Salas and Silvia. Like time. It was very natural. Real, even as they spent time together, interacted. Some of her shallow comments seemed appropro for her character -- yet, deep without trying. His responses, too. Delivered also within the context of his character and situation without it appearing as acting, i.e: "Unfucking believable!" was so dead on. Pay no mind to the reviews. Too bad we can't stop their clocks. With teaspoon depth, never venturing from Van Nuys, out-of-touch Hollywood and incapable of thought, the movie was lost on them. Take it from me. Great film.
Time well spent!
This is a really cool idea for a film. A day in the future when the commodity of value is not cash or gold, it is time. Everyone gets to live to age 25. After that you have one year to live, or less. It all depends upon whether you use all your time credits or you earn more. Regardless, if you live to age 100, or longer, your body physically remains looking twenty five.

On the plus side is Justin Timberlake coming back and showing that his misstep in Bad Teacher (2011) was just one of those embarrassing Hollywood screw ups. Timberlake has real drama and acting talent and is definitely here for the long haul. (Too bad Elvis was never given such chances.) Timberlake gave us a glimpse of his depth last year in The Social Newtwork (2010) , but his talents were not fully developed for Friends with Benefits (2011).

The script starts with the eerie, sobering reminder, and all too familiar words, "We don't have time...we don't have time..." Think if today you had to buy everything with time, instead of bank credit or cash. Coffee costs four minutes. A bus ride costs an hour. A car costs two years. People can give or take time from each other. Just don't run out of time or you will die on the spot. If this were real, would you treasure and spend time more wisely? The real interesting question may be that time really is the currency we live by now, we just fail to see it that way. The simple fact is that you can earn countless piles of cash and gold in this world, but you really cannot buy time. Despite the wealthy in today's world sometimes being able to cheat a few years with better health care, we all are going to die in the same average years.

While the script is the superficial tale of Will Salas (Timberlake) and his Mom (Wilde) trying to pass time in a futuristic world, the messages of the film go far deeper. It is really a tale of class warfare. People who have time, like the mega "eonaire" Phillipe Weis (Katheiser) and his rich daughter Sylvia (Seyfried) and those who constantly struggle to keep time (or run out of it) like the Salas family. Will gets the chance to move up into a better time zone thanks to a man who has just decided that after a hundred years or so, he prefers to "time out." He leaves Will the prophetic warning "Don't waste my time." How Will chooses to spend his time, for himself or for the benefit of all, is now the story.

I really did not mind that the future depicted in this film was not futuristic looking and all the cars were vintage 1970's models with updated lighting and electric sounding motors. It saved a huge budget rather than try to make the world look like it probably will in 2013 or so. And I think the point was that the future is really now.

As an entertaining film, my 7.5 rating is spot on. As a thought provoking experience, I might have given it a 10.0. After seeing this film, you should go out and visit with friends. Your own clock is ticking down. Are you really using it wisely? Unlike the time down clock on the arm of the people in this film, you never know when your time is about up.

This's worth your time.
In Short, Thoroughly Entertaining.
I don't know about you but looking down at the reviews there seem to be an overwhelming amount of negative responses. I was completely disheartened by this.

In my opinion, In Time was an original well written and well acted and truly thought provoking production and I loved it. The fact that it subtly questioned our morality and made us question real world issues such as poverty and political stance was just one of the things that made me love this movie.

To the people who dislike the feature and to those negative reviews which I have read I have a few responses. Firstly, I saw a point about not enough back story into the body clock. The first thought that struck me was really? The movie is not centred around the body clock, and furthermore throughout the film we are told of its uses and get to a fairly good understanding to how it works. Do you not agree that any more back story would waste time and most likely just bore the typical viewer? Finally to those who disliked the acting and script I strongly disagree. I though both Justin and Amanda played there parts very well and there chemistry was as good as any action film I have scene.

I would highly recommend this film to anyone, and suggest if you haven't already seen it you should definitely make some time if you think you will enjoy this movie.
Not a waste of time.
'In Time' is one of those films that you enjoy watching but can't help but think there's something missing.

The acting is generally good, Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried are okay but it's the other actors like Cillian Murphy, Olivia Wilde and Alex Pettyfer who strengthen the film as a whole.

The plot is very interesting; a world where the currency is time itself. Films set in a dystopian world are common but the intricate details of this film are what make it unique. The plot is discussed well in the film, there are no points where you find yourself asking questions about the reasoning behind the fact that time is used as currency, scenes where people discuss their lifestyle as being like 'capitalist Darwinism' are really interesting and give the story a better setting. Some parts of the story could have been developed further, however. Johnny Galecki's character should have been given more screen-time. When his off-screen death is announced you feel bad but they could have done a lot better with that aspect of the story.

The dialogue was the main fault, there were some scenes particularly involving Timberlake and Seyfried where conversations were so basic and lifeless that it just didn't seem natural at all. Even some scenes with other characters involved discussions which lacked something, it was too obvious the conversations were scripted and not natural.

Overall, I would recommend this film. It's thoroughly entertaining and there are no obvious flaws aside from some scenes where the dialogue is weak. It's a film worthy of watching, however.
Time is wasting and you may want your time back at the end of the film
I'll start straight off the cuff. Niccol is one of my favourite writer/directors. In fact, one of my favourite films is Gattaca, which has been so under-rated over the years since its release. To me he's been a great Sci-Fi writer, so going into this I was hopeful of something of quality.

Alas, "In Time" is not for the true Sci-Fi thinker. It paints a world in which time is money. That isn't that new an idea, but Niccols does succeed in pushing the metaphor as a commodity. Those with time are rich, those without time are poor. It's a simplistic analogy. As with Niccol's other films, the cinematography is beautiful. The best actors in the film aren't the main characters, rather Cillian Murphy, Vincent Kartheiser and (surprisingly) Alex Pettyfer present more interesting characters. They all shine, especially Murphy. The film seems like one long car chase, when what you actually want to delve into are the complexities - the debates between the characters themselves over the issues of the world they live in. Not a single clever conversation happens between anyone. Murphy is a great actor and I would have been interested to see the debate about right and wrong become greyed through some thinking. Life is not black and white. The film ending is unrealistic and I wonder if this was the ending envisioned by Niccol or the ending the producers wanted to boost sales.

Sadly this film could have been a great deal more. It had a good topic. It had some great actors, yet it failed because the story lost the nuances and complexities to meet the lowest common denominator, rather than raising questions or making the viewer think critically. See it, but be prepared to be disappointed. It isn't subtle.
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