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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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So So Soooo bad, everything about this film was poor.
I am not an obsessive fan when it comes to movies and I give each movie every chance and do not tend to feel the need to share my opinion on them. But this movie really pushed me to my limit and I feel I have to say something as it has a truly undeserved 6.6 rating when everything was so terrible.

The acting was dreadful, Justin Timberlake let himself down here big time his line delivery and reactions to certain events was just so bad it is hard to even know where to begin when criticising him. He was not alone though the whole cast was poor there was not a single decent performance in the whole film.

The script was so weak, I could write a better one and I failed GCSE English. Also the poker scene was truly awful, I know most people in the world do not know much about poker but surely if your going to put it into your movie you could at least learn a little bit about it.

First things first I will start with what happened after the hand, Will is congratulated like he just played very well and won because he was a better player, when in fact he played it shockingly. Almost all of the time was put into the pot before the river card was dealt. Will had only 9 high at this time and could only win if he hit a gut shot straight which meant there was 4 cards left in the pack that he could win the hand with. On top of that, Will says something to his opponent about knowing that he did not have a good hand, when the cards are turned over at the end he shows 3 queens, which at the time was the 3rd best possible hand there could have possibly been only losing to 89 and JT. I barely know much about poker myself but I have played a little and this scene was outrageous.

The special effects were as big a joke as the acting, just watch the car crash scene where they burst his tyres with a stinger and send him rolling down the hill. I have seen better in Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends.

What I feel was the main flaw was the story **** main spoiler coming here*****

When his mother dies as she ran out of time because the bus fare had doubled meaning she had to walk. I thought initially that was a good idea, them running desperately to each other her with seconds left and him with his new found fortune of 100 years. In my mind I thought 'oh no, now it's on!' They have killed his mother because nobody would even give her 1minute of their life to save her.

I could picture it, the ultimate revenge. He was going to take all the time in the world because they had taken his mother who was all he had. But alas, he hardly gave her a second thought for the rest of the movie.

In fact there was some weird back story about his father between him and the police officer that was out to get him. I thought it got totally dull and boring from there on, in a way he was getting revenge on the system but there was no mention of his dead mother still lying on the street.

There are a million jokes about how time has been wasted watching this film that I wont ever get back so I wont bother.
All dressed up and nowhere to go
It is either the future or some alternate reality. The population is encoded with a clock which is geared to your life functions. When you reach 25, the clock starts ticking away your last year. The currency on which everything operates is time to be added to, or taken away from, your clock / life expectancy. You can earn time, spend time, trade time, win time, or steal time (and all these things happen). Will Salas (Justin Timberlake), who lives in an impoverished time zone, is give over 100 years by jaded rich man Henry Hamilton who has wearied of life. Will makes his way into the affluent time zone where he wins more time gambling with time mega-tycoon Philippe Weis (Vincent Kartheiser). However, by-the-book time policeman Raymond Leon (Cillian Murphy) believes that Will murdered Hamilton, so he confiscates Will's time, and Will kidnaps Weis' daughter Sylvia (Amanda Seyfried) and goes on the run.

The idea of a dystopian society where an early death is pre-determined has been done before, of course, notably in Logan's Run, but I can't recall a story where life expectancy is the unit of currency, and the rich live longer at the expense of the poor dying early. It is a nice - and original - notion, and the surface of this society is well realised.

The trouble is that, having come up with a terrific idea, writer/director (also writer of Gattaca and The Trueman Show) doesn't seem to have much idea of what to do with it. We spend a lot of time seeing the privation in the poor sector and the privilege in the rich sector, and the crooks who steal time, and how you pay tolls to cross time zones (it costs you a month to cross out of the poorest zone, a year to cross into the richest zone), but what we are left with is ultimately a chase movie and, what's more, a chase movie which doesn't have any real resolution. I enjoyed it, but I felt that there was a great deal of potential in the premise which wasn't touched.

On the other hand, Amanda Seyfried wins two prizes, one for the Bulgiest Bra Scene (sadly, the time police raid interrupted a promising game of strip poker), and the other for the Longest Sprint In Inappropriate Clothing Scene (about 1,000 metres, flat out, in a miniskirt barely bigger than a wide belt, and high heels which were almost as tall as she was).
Best Movie of 2011
I've been watching a lot of movies lately and this one is by far my favorite of 2011. I enjoyed how the currency was time and how it all makes a great story. I've never seen a movie so exciting this year that I was kept on the edge of my seat the whole time. The sad part is when Will Salas's mum died, I knew it was coming but there was still that little bit of chance of life since Will was on standby with 116 years on him. It was laid out properly, unlike most movies I watch that just are to predictable. I absolutely love how the richest girl there hooked up with Will and how her kidnap became her adventure. I love Will's reactions to all the new things that he never got from when he was poor too. It was an amazing movie and I'm happy that I went to see it, can't wait to purchase it on DVD! THANK YOU for the wonderful experience! :)
Concept outlives the script
In a futuristic dystopia money has been replaced with life - the moment your credit runs out you end up dead. Life as a commodity to trade had changed society into those who can afford eternity and those forced to work at dead-end, quasi-slavery, jobs only to survive the day. This order remains unquestioned until time-stricken Will Salas (Justin Timberlake) is gifted over 100 years by a rich outsider fed up with the reality in which he lives. This allows Will to venture into the most expensive living zones, where he soon unravels the corrupt system created for the egotistical few. Followed by authorities led by Raymond Leon (Cillian Murphy), who fail to believe that someone would have gifted 100 years of life to a complete stranger, Will meets up with heir to Weis Time Bank corporation, Sylvia (Amanda Seyfried). Hungry for adventure and a life not dictated by fright of death Sylvia and Will create a gungho Robin Hoodesque / Bonnie and Clyde team who steal time from the rich and offer it to the poor.

With a strong concept rife with capitalist and philosophical undertones, director Andrew Niccol takes the bare minimum exterior, filling it with action fluff, instead of some well-crafted idea-expansion. Tragically empty with some uninspired performances by the surprisingly wooden Seyfriend and Timberlake, the whole movie rings hollow, echoing of wasting opportunities. After some initial promise the whole story spirals downwards, playing with gimmicks resulting from the base idea, instead of exploring the possibilities it offers. Lacking any clever observations and fronted by two leads with absolutely no emotional pull, "In Time" dissolves any initial interest, making it forgettable drivel not worth the time credits spent on it.
Brilliant Sci-Fi Premise Ruined By Silly Love Story
The first twenty minutes of this movie are amazing -- it looks like the beginning of a kick-ass, blue-collar remake of LOGAN'S RUN. Justin Timberlake IS Will Solace, a bad-ass rebel trying to take on a whole world full of "beautiful people." Ghetto hustler Will is used to living minute-to-minute on the street. And he is drawn to the rich at first. But their opulence hides a terrible secret! So far, so good, and I have to say that, contrary to most reviews you see here, Justin has NO trouble playing a street hustler who's seen it all and has the natural reflexes of a killer. He's brilliant at keeping his cool in the fight scenes and chase scenes, even going "unbelievable" in a totally bored tone when a time cop shoots right at him! No, what really sinks the movie (after a killer half hour) is when Will meets up with the little robot-chick who's supposed to be "the rich man's daughter."

Suddenly the kick-ass sci-fi film noir becomes a lame, MTV-flavored remake of BONNIE & CLYDE. Two crazy kids on the run -- can they take on The System?

Hell no!!!!

Justin and Amanda what's her name have no chemistry, no funk, no soul as a couple. Watch Michael York and Jennifer Agutter in the original LOGAN's RUN, or watch Natalie Portman and Hugo what's his face in V FOR VENDETTA, and you can see how real chemistry between the leads can overcome even the silliest sci-fi premise.

Here it's the opposite. The lifeless love scenes totally derail the chases and ruin the film's climax. Worse than that, as a tough guy Justin has much more "chemistry" with the Time Cops, the Minute Men, and all the other baddies, including Vincent Kartheiser as the Barbie Doll's father! (Is Vincent phoning this part in or what?) So anyway, this movie is worth watching once -- but after the first half hour it's all down hill.
The Social Commentary is obvious...but the film still stands out well!
It's interesting that this film is coming out now, as the "Occupy" movement is raging in several cities around the world. It couldn't be more opportune for a film like this, which makes an obvious statement about the concentration of resources in the hands of a few, and the pain and complexity the creates in the lives of the many.

Justin Timberlake is impressive as Will Salas, a 28 year old man who is chronically living day to day, literally, due to the fact that he was born in a slum, in a world where your life span is the only currency out there. Of course we are left with no doubt that although he feels the pressure acutely, he is still very generous to the people in his community.

One night at a local bar, Will happens to meet Henry Hamilton (Matt Bomer), a man who has lots of time, but is weary after having living for more than a century already. Will saves Henry from a gang of time hustlers known as "Minute Men" by hiding out in a factory. It is there, after Will sleeps, that Henry empties his clock of all but 5 minutes, topping up Will's life span before leaving to secure a poetic end for himself.

Will all this time on his clock, Will gives some to his drunkard friend, and intends to use much of the rest to treat his 50 year old Mother Rachel (Olivia Wilde), only to get to her too late to prevent her from "timing out" for good. Devastated by her loss, Will decides to work to help others and shake up the system.

Along the way, Will is pursued Timekeeper Leon (played effectively by Cillian Murphy) and by Fortis (supurbly played by the gorgeous Alex Pettyfer) and his Minute Men gang. While trying to evade both men and their factions, Will takes rich girl Sylvia (Amanda Seyfried) hostage...which turns into a romance There are some scenes that are fun to watch...among the funnest for me was the showdown between Will and Fortis. Fortis and his men capture Will and Sylvia, and as he was holding a personal grudge, Fortis decides to fight Will, man to man, as they do it in that futuristic day. Of course little does Fortis know that Will learned how to fight from his Father...and before he knows it, his men are shot dead, and Fortis himself is "timed out" (or in other words, killed) by Will. It is an excellent scene in a very good film!

The film itself however works because the commentary is so relevant: Will sees the system for it's cruelty, but as he works to change it, he's unable to do it without the help of Sylvia. Timekeeper Leon was once in the ghetto like Will, and he seems to be a fair man, but he believes that the system is the best one available to THIS society at THIS time...so it's best to uphold it and accept it. Fortis is the scumbag criminal (albeit gorgeous) who plays dirty and cannibalizes his own community to get ahead...so he likes the system because it lets him do what he wants to do. Sylvia is the curious and insulated branch of affluence who knows the system is unfair, but is unsure of how to change it.

Check out this film...it's certainly worth it!
Interesting premise, enjoyable film
In time is worth the time
I suppose there are hard core science fiction fans who may pick apart some of the premises in this movie, I don't think it would be hard to do so, but, just accept the idea and enjoy the ride. The concept is interesting enough and the story is compelling enough to keep most of us entertained.

I have been quite critical of Justin Timberlake in some of his recent performances, but he is credible here, perhaps just one step away from a serious lead role. In fact, most of the acting is up to par. The movie is true to itself in that it is guided by the concept and not by what they think the audience expects. This is made clear in a scene in a hotel room where I expected the obligatory sexual encounter, despite the fact that the two lead characters were in danger all the time. However, adherence to realism triumphed over audience expectations and, perhaps, even higher ratings. The director deserves some credit for this.

In short, this is a film worth watching that will give you much to think about in the process.
Great start, decent follow-through.
As others have said, the idea of this movie was excellent. You could call it a skeptical analogy of what is happening in some parts of the world – the richest people of the planet abusing poor.

What I liked about the movie, especially in the early stages, was how much the movie made me think. It was also bizarre to think of what things would be like if nobody looked older than 25. The movie played upon the possibility of multiple generations would look the same age – at least for those rich enough to afford to purchase the additional years. The story was also well thought out in relation to how people would act within the differing classes of society: the rich would take their time and take few risks. The poor would treasure their time, moving quickly, and, with less to lose, would be less risk adverse.

Great premise, great start to the movie, decent follow-through. Although I wish the strong start was able to be carried throughout the movie, I found this movie quite enjoyable to watch.
Nice Concept
Checked out the movie "In Time," starring Justin Timberlake, Cillian Murphy, and Amanda Seyfried. This movie is about time actually being the currency of a world instead of money being the currency of a world. Two people are doing whatever they can to save time and save as many people as possible from the dominating wealthy people who want all the time in the for themselves. A very interesting concept to me!

I really love the concept of this film. I feel like it was simply nice to see something other than money be the motivational key to why someone is rich or poor. This movie is a solid action thriller. The fight scenes are done pretty well. That is always nice to witness in a action movie. There's just something about this movie that I really like, but I can't quite put my finger on it. I thought Justin Timberlake did a very good acting job. I can tell that he'll be in more films and I look forward to that. I also feel like this movie hit all cylinders. I felt like there was nothing missing.

I give this film a 8 out of 10. This was a solid film that I think everyone should give a try at least once. I plan on getting it on DVD one day, but its definitely worth a Redbox or Netflix's purchase!
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