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In Time
Thriller, Action, Sci-Fi
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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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Very original and correctly done
Don't be mislead by the not so good reviews for this film. In Time is among the best recent SciFi films you will see, give it a try. A very original story, which (not many seem to have realized about it) is a clever allegory of today's capitalist world, but with time except money as currency. The structure of society and economy are a mirror of our own society, but in the much more scary version that those affluent can live, as they earn enough to have years or even centuries of life ahead them (genetic engineering has made it possible to remain young for as long as one lives), whereas the less affluent ones have to struggle daily to get more time to remain alive. Banks give you loans of time, at very high interest rates, and the system is controlled by the rich and powerful, whom just raise the interest rates and prices and lower the salaries when they detect that something may threaten their privileged position.... doesn't this ring a bell to you??

Other people have commented about the inadequacy of the actors chosen for the main roles (don't agree), the lack of chemistry between them (same) or a weak plot (strongly disagree). The main point of the film is the extremely original central idea (don't leave minor points distract you from this), correctly developed in a good plot, and with moments of Bonnie & Clyde-like thriller which make the whole film worth to see.
How to make a cool flick--baby, it ain't hard, just rare
Yeah, Justin TImberlake can do it. He's talented and probably can do any of the related star turns in his general gestalt. Add him to a quality production where the writing takes a lesson from the cable model of writer-produced shows and it's a simple result—a movie worth watching, worth giving to. Not too many of these in cinema these days. The writer's touch is all over this with witty dialogue. Youth-market stuff is kept succinct and doesn't pander (too much). Craig Armstrong does good music, although not as good as his regular stuff. Really good electronic music is sooo powerful in film but rarely used. "In The Valley of Elah" is a good example with Mark Isham doing original stuff.

Andrew Niccol is the man here. I don't follow all the filmography (or discography), but as soon as I heard he wrote "The Truman Show" I (had to use IMDb... As Niccol is quoted Hollywood is reluctantly getting some real talent from abroad, esp the UK/empire. His earlier "Lord of War" was excellent, as was "Gattaca".

Enough can't be said of "The Truman Show". Masterpiece. As a metaphysician, this film plays with "the only new show in town". And gets it really right, not just partially like many Hollywood rewrittens. I guess they left his script alone or mostly.

"In TIme" is nothing like Truman, but shows how 'easy' it can be to write intelligently (and film the f'er). A handy analog of today's Occupy/Leftist story done really well. A good stock of UKish actors (how many of these Western pretties have they got over there eating bad cooking and staying thin? This is another invasion we need in Ad-America. He started in non- American commercials like the Scott bros (excuse all my ignorance where it shows, I have no resume for the "New Yorker" et al).

Several good leftist (truth) points made as the conceit plays out. Could actually be a great one season TV series if we traced the origin of the genetic plot and the cabal behind it, etc. Cillian Murphy and whoever played the head of the 'Minutemen' stand out.

This Niccol cat (New Zealand) reminds me of Christopher and Jonathan Nolan—INTELLIGENT. How'd they get into LA w/o being mediocre? Is a 'revolution' of some sort going on? btw, there's no end to what smarts can do with audio/video—guess how many genius scripts (as Mort Sahl once said) are in drawers in LA?
Very good, recommended.
This film like source code thought of a great complex plot and made it fit together perfectly with no flaws, this film contained great actors such as Justin Timberlake e.c.t, this film had me on the edge of my seat as it contained very suspense packed moments, this film was very emotional as it contained death and courage e.c.t, this film had great effects and was well directed, how you can make a film like such fit together so well is fantastic. I was surprised by how low this film was rated and I believe it deserves more, not for the actors but just for the idea of the film. This and source code are very alike and both have great plots, in my opinion they are both underrated, this film has the greatest plot I have seen yet and I would highly recommend it.
Ironicaly 99% have to see this projection cos 1% made it. Even without buying ticket.
Too many people are missing point in splitting hair looking for plot holes. And movie IS full of that, but thats not why this movie is worth to watch.

Point is world is *beep* place with 100 billionaires and 7 billion poor people who live just like protagonist in this movie, from day to day struggling every day for food, clothes, mortgage... Life.

Movie is about injustice and poverty imposed by parallel "Time (life) owners" which in real world would be : Bilderberg group, FED, EU, USA, G8, IMF, Banksters, WTO, WB, London Club and other global institution whose purpose is to indirectly kill as many as they need just to make few people immortal. Just like in movie.

This film is pure reality, obviously written and produced in a hurry to support "Occupy movement".

Never the less I gave it 10.

I didn't watched just to find some plot holes, or to say Justin is bad actor, which i think he is. I watched cos it was interesting and true.
In Time - a good movie.
The Movie In Time is a good movie. Due to the youth of the lead actors I under estimated the quality of the movie. The movie was very entertaining and the story was good and it held up. The use of time to live as currency was very smart. The way short life fell on the poor and long life on the wealthy parrallels life today. In that hard time fall on the poor and the life of luxury falls on the rich. Also the way the wealthy feared danger because it was the only way to die. While the poor only had a Day at a time to live, very creative. Thus making the two lead actors bring down the system by taking back time from the many Time Banks established by the government. To reestablishing equality with the people of the time. P.S. Amanda your Eyes are Incredible, and by the way your legs are scandalously Sexy.
This science fiction thriller is set in the year 2169 and people are genetically engineered to stop aging at 25 with one year allotted after that.
This science fiction thriller is set in the year 2169 and people are genetically engineered to stop aging at 25 with one year allotted after that. If they don't keep their time replenished, they are susceptible to "time out" after they use up all their time. Time is used as a means of currency for the world. The main character is Will Salas, played by Justin Timberlake, and he works in a factory as a way to earn a living in the ghetto, literally. He comes in contact with a girl named Sylvia Wise, played by Amanda Seyfried who lives in a rich neighborhood called New Greenwich, and they run off together. They are up against time and struggle to stay alive. Both have come to the understanding that the rich is stealing time from the poor. The basis of the movie becomes: only the strong will survive.

The theme for In Time focuses on ideas. Will and Sylvia represent figures from two different aspects of life but still, in time, come to trust, need, and help one another as well as others in the film. In a particular scene, Will asks Sylvia to give allow him to borrow some time and she refuses. Fast forward a few scenes, Sylvia becomes the one who is almost out of time and asks Will for some time and he obliges. The mood in the film which the director is trying to display is compassion and understanding for those around us who are from different social classes. The film also displays the struggle for human dignity because Will truly does believe that everyone should be given the opportunity to survive, regardless of their status in life. Through his determination to emphasize this he displays courage, sensitivity, intelligence, and strong individualism as mentioned in The Art of Watching Films written by Joseph M. Boggs and Dennis W. Petrie. (p. 27) The movie is similar to another sci-fi flick, After Earth. The main character was given a few skills to survive, but beyond those skills he had to figure it out to make sure that the rest of the world didn't die as a result of his mistake. He portrayed many of the same characteristics as Will Salas.

The movie had a few other plot points within the man plot. One in particular involves the fact that the ghetto is always being watched by video surveillance. This is true in modern day society. The ghetto represents people who will steal from one another which are represented by the Minutemen; they will kill each other, and go to great lengths to survive. Due to this fact there are always police, represented as Time Keepers, lurking around to catch criminals. The separation of time zones between the ghetto and New Greenwich is also a reality. Such as the rich are separated from those who are poor by different suburbs, housing communities, lifestyles, and social classes. Deep into the movie we come to an understanding of why prices are steadily increasing on a daily basis. The rich are trying to kill off the poor to make space for themselves. The movie also weaves in a romance between Sylvia and Will to show that they are human and have emotions that don't rely on the time they have allotted.

Two techniques that were used in the movie are motifs and lighting. Throughout the film we see each character look at a digital clock on their forearm. The clock represents how much time they have. We see and hear the clock as time adds up, is taken away, or is cleared off and becomes the end of a person's life. There is great emphasis put on the clock because it allows us to see what that person is worth and we see how precious it is to each character. The lighting in this film is great in the fact that there are great scenes when the low-key lighting helps us to understand the mood of the scene. During these moments there is usually a struggle or fight and we only see the defining moments needed to interpret what is happening.
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?
Values and a High Concept
You should know that this movie will never delve into deep psychological nor sociological studies. It will never satisfy anyone who wanted something deep and thoughtful. What is is, is an entertaining movie with a very good idea to back it up. While some may argue that Timberlake might not have been the best choice as lead actor, I think he does a good job with the role he has on hand here.

You also get Alex Pettyfer in a role that hints at him being more than a pretty face. Still not a real challenge of course, this may lead to more serious roles for the guy. While the film got quite a lot of momentum during the "Occupy" movement (you can see why, after you watched the movie), it will never be able to get close to movies like Blade Runner and others. But try not to judge it like that and you will have a good time watching this tension filled Sci-Fi Thriller.
" In a land where time is precious and valuable, one must guard each second "
The writer/director of this film is Andrew Nicol and he has created a masterful work of art. I would not hesitate to predict, this film will become a S/F Classic. From the first few scenes of this movie until it's end, the audience is in for a wild unpredictable ride of it's life. The story involves life in a world where life has become the standard currency for all things worthy of being purchased. Thus if one wants to buy something, he or she can trade their time life for it. Thus Time becomes the coin of the realm. Thus, Time becomes money. What's further unusual is the cast for this incredible bit of entertainment. Already recognized as an established singer, Justin Timberlake now plays Will Salas with Amanda Seyfried playing his rich and mostly ambivalent girlfriend who's Romeo and Juliet relationship leaves their tire tracks all over the screen. There is intense drama and incredible excitement, enough to create memories which will certainly generate requests for a sequel or a TV series. All in all this is one movie which will garner much acclaim in the entertainment world. Easily recommended to all. ****
A Brilliant idea! Not that brilliant executed.
Taking off horrible car actions scenes and the unstoppable message of "time is money", In Time is a brilliant movie, with an original idea (at least I haven't seen a movie treating the "life span" like this one before).

Timberlake does a good job on his character, and its impossible to see Johnny Galecki and do not remember him on The Big Bang Theory. Because his laugh is exactly the same, haha. Apart from these two, there is some bad actors doing poor acting. Something to take care of, if someone intent to make a sequel (or prequel, because how science evolved to the point on put a clock on people's arm and make them share life time like a USB cable from arm to arm is still a mystery).

Right in first 10 minutes we can see we're about to get bored about how many times they will spend talking about time and enjoying life, and bla bla bla. Really, this was supposed to be subjected, and not repeated throughout the whole plot.

Another issue is the car action extremely slowly moving scenes. Is this the best stunt man can do? They're clearly the worse part of the movie. They're so bad produced that we can see when the car is "running" 5 miles per hour. Really, they suck.

What salves In Time is photography and the fact producers used old muscle cars instead of prototypes in a futuristic scyfy movie. That was really a well though idea! Amazing! it gives a kind of retro atmosphere to it. Thumbs up! Apart for some mistakes, In Time is really a great movie. To bad it doesn't make you think like one.
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