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Thriller, Action, Sci-Fi
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Andrew Niccol


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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
In Time 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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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?
Make Time for this Movie.
A very unusual film screen-play, well written and shot, don't expect any CGI effects here, this is a very down to Earth sci-fi that bears more than a passing resemblance to our current problem with world banks. Surprisingly Justin Timberlake puts in a very professional performance, and not a song in sight, Timberlake carries the part with a very grounded performance being so laid back that he is almost horizontal. Amanda Seyfried submits a polished performance although her make-up makes her look like one of those Japanese animations of what a European looks like, complete with over-sized eyes. The film holds the attention from the first to the last frame and provokes some emotion from the viewer on several levels. Certainly worth a watch, not quite a Rolex, but much better than a Timex.
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.
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
Nice idea. Not great execution
In Time is actually a neat little idea for a movie. The idea that everyone on earth stops aging at the age of 25, and then from then on, money literally becomes the life force that keeps you going. You go to work to earn time. You pay your rent with time, you pay for coffee with time. People steal your time instead of your wallet. And yes, when your time runs out, then you die.

Will (Timberlake) is from the ghetto, where every day, he survives just enough to see the next one. However, one night, a stranger hands him over 100 years of time, enough to buy a nice car, move into the nice neighbourhood, and finally live like a free man. But, in a poorly explained intervention, the authorities don't like the poor getting time that easily, and Will soon is on the run with the daughter of a powerful banker, eager to make a change to this bleak world before his time runs out.

I have a problem watching these sort of movies, in that I could never envision a world where we would ever let ourselves come to this sort of situation. A bit like The Hunger Games, where I could never see us, as a civilisation, enjoying an event where teenagers kill each other. But that's one of the things with sci-fi. You need to accept what isn't currently possible. As Will kind of half-ass gets away with covering at the start, he can't explain why we got to this situation, but that's just the way it is.

The acting isn't great. Timberlake really is more suited to support roles. He was good in Alpha Dog, but clearly, leading roles maybe aren't his forte. It may not be entirely his fault, and his character is pretty-stock standard, but you can kind of tell he doesn't really have a great range of emotional acting to draw from. Amanda Seyfried, as Will's hostage-come-helper is equally flat. The usually excellent Cillian Murphy, as the dogged cop trying to track down the wrongly accused Will, is wasted in his 1-dimensional character. The script won't excite any scholars, and the action is decent but nothing special.

It's an OK movie. As I said, the idea is quite neat. But if this was going to be a great film, it needed something more, and better acting and a better script would've helped. The film is shot quite well, but it felt rushed, and that's probably why the characters seem weak and under- developed. Give it a go for the novelty of the idea, but don't expect too much.
Better than I had envisioned.
Well this film was surprisingly better than I was expecting it to be.. Justin Timberlake isn't a very strong actor in my opinion, but he took the spotlight in this one. Amanda Seyfried looked beautiful as ever with her little bob, and the acting really wasn't too bad.

There's sad and happy moments all with that little bit of constant tension as you'll find if you watch it.

It was a really good concept and an enjoyable film, I gave it an 8/10 as I think they could've thought of a better lead actor but it was enjoyable none the less. I would recommend it to anyone, it doesn't really ever become boring and the tension keeps you focused at all times.
Watchable, sometimes engaging, but generally underwhelming
In a society where time is money (yes literally, time is the new currency), and the average citizen is programmed to live twenty-five years, a poor kid from the slums finds himself on the run when he is accused of illegally holding a hundred and ten years on his life clock.

I see a great idea behind In Time, but it never aspires to anything more than a chase scene movie. Andrew Nichol's third feature works on a superficially as an action film that doesn't rely on bullets and explosions, but the experience feels a bit too much like a video game. (especially when the characters are constantly rushing to refuel their time clock). Characterization is fairly wooden, and the whole movie is cut together in a manner that makes you feel like it's all taking place within a few city blocks. I would have liked to have seen a bit more helicopter mounted camera work myself.

Although he's far from being a good actor, Justin Timberlake is good at making a boring character feel less boring, by bringing some energy. Here, that's definitely a positive. Part of Timberlake's strength of course is that he has wit. The same cannot be said about Amanda Seyfried, who is once again adorably boring. That said, perhaps she shows a little improvement over her last couple performances.

What bothers me most about In Time however, is the credibility of the setting. Of all the Orwellian societies I've seen in the movies, this is the one that struck me as the one that would never function. Nichol has taken a potent concept and put it forward in a kind of B- grade fashion. It's not impossible to watch, but it's not really worth watching.
Simply Put: This Movie is STUPID
At an unspecified time in the future, humans are genetically engineered to stop aging at 25. Everyone has a bright green counter embedded on their forearms which show how much time they have left to live. As a byproduct of this new system, time becomes currency; the rich have decades, even centuries to live, while the poor are lucky to have more than 24 hours on their arms at any one time. Will Salas (Justin Timberlake) works at a factory and never has more time than hours in the day until a chance encounter with Henry Hamilton (Matt Bomer), a rich man whose life he saves from a vicious gangster (Alex Pettyfer). Hamilton, though, doesn't want to go on any longer and while Will sleeps, he transfers over his 116+ years of time. Before he can celebrate with his mother (Olivia Wilde), she runs out of time and dies, prompting Will to make it his mission in life to bring down the system. After being tracked to a mansion by Timekeeper Raymond Leon (Cillian Murphy), Will makes a hostage of his host's daughter, Sylvia Weis (Amanda Seyfried), and sets out on the run. The pair soon becomes a futuristic version of Bonnie and Clyde as they attempt to stay one step ahead and right the wrongs their society has imposed on the poor.

Concept films almost never pan out, the reason being that ideas are easy to come up with; putting those ideas into motion is a different story. Make no mistake, writer/director Andrew Niccol has a great concept to work with. But as is often the case with sci-fi films, the concept at the heart of In Time is approximately one hundred billion times better than the film itself. This movie could succeed as a sci-fi book or short story but the way in which it is executed on screen makes for an excruciatingly bad experience.

In Time misses the mark on virtually every front. To start, it is rife with poor acting. No, that's not enough. In truth, most of the performances within this movie are downright terrible. Niccol assembled a cast of attractive individuals who unfortunately have yet to figure out their way as actors, aside from Murphy, who looks like a man who knows he's boarded a sinking ship. Timberlake, Seyfried, and Wilde may end up being worthwhile performers at some point but at this stage of their respective careers, they need real guidance and good material, neither of which is provided by Niccol. (It should be noted that I did not include Pettyfer in that list because while the others show at least some promise, Pettyfer does not. He is genuinely talentless.) In the end, though, the numerous sleepwalking portrayals and elementary-level dialogue don't come close to measuring up to the train wreck that is this movie's plot.

To list the holes within the plot would be to craft a short novel. Absolutely nothing about In Time works the way it is supposed to. The film simply doesn't make a bit of sense on any level whatsoever. I'd love to know how it got green lit in the first place or how it made it past the test screening phase. It seems that no one anywhere in the chain of command ever asked some rudimentary questions about why this or that happens. Add to these crater-sized holes a staggering number of side plots that serve no purpose and receive no payoff. The most interesting character within the entire mess of a film is Timekeeper Leon and yet his development never enters into the equation.

Really what I'm saying in this review boils down to this: In Time is stupid. (I almost just wrote that sentence as my review but I felt that wouldn't be received too well.) It is riddled with head-scratching plot holes, anemic dialogue, and cringe-inducing acting and worst of all it is a waste of an interesting and potentially dynamic concept which, as a sci-fi nerd, makes me furious. Stupid. It's just stupid.

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A very thought provoking Movie
Watched this interesting movie called "in Time " with Justin Timberlake ,good performance by him ! The story tells of people getting a life clock and dying when they run out of time...then I realized why the Tea Party and Republicans don't want Obamacare , if people can live longer and get pre-existing illnesses treated by Obamacare ,the insurance companies they own won't make as much money ,plus they don't want us getting older ,the poor at least , and Obamacare will help many of us poorer folk put a drain on the cheap so and so's. Instead of raising the minimum wage so people can spend more at their companies ,they would rather we not live too long in the first place. I haven't seen election results as yet ,but I hope America wakes up , TEA & REP. Parties lie to us all and FOX News swears to it !!!
A movie worth watching a few times , DOESN'T waste your time !
I was actually thinking that this is just a simple movie about criminals(..?) and blahblahblah .. However , this movie was such a beautiful work that i did not have the chance to finish my popcorn and drinks , not forgetting ignoring everyone else around me ! The ending scene whereby Will Salas(Justin Timberlake) ran towards Sylvia Weis(Amanda Seyfried) to give her Time was the most exciting scene of all . Was wondering would it be like what happened to his mother . Movie is a mixed of romance and thriller , got me all touched . Watching it for the first time will definitely make you feel like going for the 2nd time ! Gonna go for the 3rd time this weekend . :) .
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