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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It's not Inception, and may not have been trying to be, but it's still fun.
To me, it feels like a lot of films have been following in Inception's footsteps. A lot of films are trying to have unique story plots with brilliant complexities. And they've worked. The Adjustment Bureau wasn't really one, but it had a sort of unique-ness to it that worked, and so did Source Code.

In Time, from director Andrew Niccol(Lord of War) is the latest attempt. And it probably has the most original of the premises, excluding Inception, but yet it's also the most unrealistic.

The films takes place in a world where you only live up to 25 years old, and after that you have to buy time in order to stay alive. But you remain looking 25 forever(Joan Rivers and Dolly Parton could've done with this world). Will Salas(Justin Timberlake) struggles to buy time, but when he is bestowed with over a hundred years of time, his world is turned upside down.

After the death of a loved one and the death of a stranger, it comes to Will's attention that some people don't actually need all this time, and that everyone should get a fair share instead of those who have too much. So soon Will and a girl(Amanda Seyfreid), who's father is the richest man in the world, become Robin Hoods and try to escape the law, lead by an Elliot Ness-y character played by Cillian Murphey.

The film has a neat, cheeky if not ridiculous premise that never really runs out of steam. It's fun, but I feel that the ending could have been a little better. I like the weirdness of it. I like how Olivia Wilde plays a 50 year old, and Justin Timberlake's mom. What a good looking family that must of been. Who was the father? George Clooney? Sister? Megan Fox?

Is it Inception? No, and I don't think anything will ever be,excluding The Dark Knight and P.T. Anderson's Magnolia. Unless that film is directed by Christopher Nolan. But it's good while it lasts, so see it.

Surprisingly new
This is a movie surprisingly refreshing. Not only the idea (some reviewers pointed out that that's not quite new; regardless, it's certainly new in a movie, and here works superbly), but the movie itself. Without aiming too high (still much more than average though), this movie really works - at all levels.

The last one to make you think (as to new ideas into play) in the last 15 years or so (Inception) failed - was too full of itself (see my review on that one). This one on the other hand, works differently (more than average on everything: acting, camera work, music etc. and especially the story), and guess what? It works. You won't see any cool FX here, but what you'll see is far from cheap too.

On the other hand, it's also low on violence, swearing, and sexual content (without which, apparently, you can't make a movie nowadays) - which means your entire family can enjoy it - as long as they had already jump-started their brains.

So don't expect the cool FX from Matrix, but not the diluted and full of holes story from Equilibrium either. Rounded, surprising little gem, worth seeing more than twice. I had already planned to buy the DVD - and haven't bought one in several years, which should tell you something. These are not the days you build up a collection. Unfortunately, these are the days you rent your 2 hrs. entertainment, then immediately forget it (the dose to make you run another day - how cheap we have become).

Its real value is at a solid 8, but I give it a full 9 only for the (courage and) novelty of being novel.

Highly recommended.
Very unique film
'In Time' was a film that I saw advertised when it was released and thought it looked good but then I didn't hear any more about it until I came across it on DVD. I'm glad I did manage to see this at last because it was very enjoyable.

The plot for this film is very unique, I don't think I've ever seen anything quite like this. There was a lot of familiar actors in this (Cillian Murphy, Johnny Galecki, Vincent Kartheiser to name a few). The acting was very good overall I thought, even from Justin Timberlake in the lead role.

There was some good drama as well as good action scenes (car chases, shooting etc). It is the sort of film that will keep you guessing as to what will happen next and it was just a very interesting concept overall.

It would have been nice if there was a bit more back story though, it was never really explained why the world was like it was. Apart from that, just take it for what it is and enjoy it.

Would recommend it to anyone who fancies watching something a bit different.

I don't believe this film earned as much credit as it should have done. The 6.6 rating 'In Time' received definitely does not depict the unique ideas and innovative aspects that this film portrays. When I first heard of this film I was put off by it's rating and reviews, but after sitting down and watching it, I think it is one of the best films I have seen in a while. Andrew Niccol's futuristic view of life and the comparison between living in the ghetto and the city emphasises the severity and the nature of each individual as a categorised human being. I was skeptical at first about Justin Timberlake and his presence in the film but surprisingly his professional performance intrigued me to keep watching and write this review. I thoroughly enjoyed this film and I highly recommend it to any agnostics who don't know the rating is misleading. Happy Filming!
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!
Great concept
In Time

I watched this film with friends not knowing anything about the plot,found it was a great way to spend a couple of hours.

The cast are an interesting bunch each with a strong screen presence. Having seen Justin Timberlake in the Social Network,i knew he could act but in this film he provides a polished performance.

The actor Cillian Murphy who reminds me of Tom Hardy in Inception plays the head timekeeper holds you to the screen with his unwavering dedication to his employers .

Amanda Seyfried who plays Sylvia Weis and Justin Timberlake grow to have a believable on screen chemistry.

Another larger than life character played by Alex Pettyfer is Fortis who plays a bad guy but with an upmarket presence.

In a nutshell i would say this film has more to it than you first think It raises some moral issues which i am not going to go into as it would spoil the film for you.I am a sci fi fan so may be biased here but ignore the negative reviews and go and enjoy a sci fi classic I feel there are a few similarities to Logans Run but maybe that is just me.

Phill Mackenzie
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.
This movie will give you nightmares
I think this film's rating is too low. This movie not only presents a plausible nightmarish idea for what life might become in the future, but also provides a thought-provoking critique of the present. We already sell our precious time, of which we have an only limited amount, for money. It is already true that some people's time is worth many times more than the time of others, and that many poor people in America spend their lives working and running around, with almost no time left over for themselves, their family, and what they actually *want* to do in their lives. It is true, also, I think, that people now have much less free time than they did in past centuries - ironically despite all the new technology that was supposed to have given us more free time. It is likely that in the future there will be even less free time left, and that if healthcare continues to be in private hands, it will really be a matter or life or death. I can forgive this film the car chases and the guns (which, I agree, are not needed and boring, and could have been taken out), but I think that the dialogue was interesting, and the characters were not one-dimensional. For all this, I think this film makes a lasting impression and will even give you nightmares.
A movie this bad should not remind its viewers that time is limited.
OK, so I had high hopes for this movie. I saw the trailer and as a closet socialist loved the clear underlying theme of the rich having to keep many people down in order to maintain their power. So as I sat down in the theatre I was hoping that even if the movie wasn't up to scratch at least the underlying message would make it all worth while.

But from the very beginning there are so many flaws with this movie that I could not bring myself to enjoy it. The concept itself is so flawed that I could not bring myself to see past it.

The idea is that in the society of the future (which looks strangely like today but with slightly modified cars) there has been a breakthrough in medical science that stops people aging at 25. This is somehow achieved with the price tag that everybody must have a time display on their arm that counts ever down to zero. When you get there, you die. An interesting idea which brings up many good questions such as "is time rationed or is it being hoarded by the authorities?". Sadly these questions are lightly glossed over rather than any in depth exploration.

JT is a character in the ghetto and lives his life permanently "broke". This means he rarely has more than a day or two of life left. And here we come to the first major flaw of the concept. Everybody around JT is the same. They all have almost no life, "in the bank", all the time. And yet these people walk around casually drinking coffee (costs 4 minutes) and drinking in bars (also costs time) when they are just hours from death. Thinking about this for even a second it becomes clear that people this close to kicking it would be doing anything in their power to try and get more minutes. There would be no semblance of society as any body who was prepared to steal time off others would, and very quickly they would be the only people left alive. JT casually gives time to a girl on the street, a very nice gesture to be sure, however completely unrealistic given that at the time he had less than a day to live. Its all very well to give away money when you are broke but to give away time when you are about to die, that is a very different story. People this close to the edge all the time would act very differently from you and me, something this film does nothing to explore.

There are many many more flaws in this film but I won't go on about them. But the thing that finally tipped it for me was when they started trying to expand on the commentary of the capitalist system in the US by having outlets that lent time to the poor people in the ghetto for extortionate interest. These are the same people that seem to constantly have less than a day of life to their name. Once again this does not stand up to any real scrutiny. There is no way that a person who has allowed themselves to get down to less than a day of life is going to have any assets. If I was going to be dead in a day I am definitely selling my TV to try and get more time. I am certainly not likely to have anything that a loan shark considers capital enough to back a loan.

But enough of my whinging. In the end because this movie could have been so good I couldn't enjoy the aspects that where well done. I have focused on the story flaws because they are what annoyed me the most. I am prepared to look past JT's bad acting, I am prepared to look past the fact that the future looks just like the present but with cars that have slightly strange lights, I am prepared to look past all the poorly thought out and completely unnecessary action scenes and I am prepared to look past whatever was going on in that hand of poker. But in the end this movie is flawed from the very beginning when the society they create could never exist due to basic human nature. Very few people would ever allow themselves to be just days from death when so many opportunities exist around them to gain by taking advantage of others. This movie had so many interesting areas it could have explored but in the end it is just disappointing.

In the end if you are prepared to look past these things and you just want to see JT without his shirt drive round in a damn sexy old school E type jag and just generally be cool then you will probably enjoy this one. However if you are like me and have trouble ignoring the big holes in the basic concept and can't watch such an interesting idea be butchered then best to save the time this movie will take for something else.
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