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In Time
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...  View more >

Starring Justin Timberlake, Amanda Seyfried, Olivia Wilde...  View more >

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Nov 1, 2011
"In Time" is a movie about people paying time instead of currencey. Thge rich live forever while the poor died at age 25. This movie reminds me of the 1976 movie "Logan's Run," where every body dies at age of 30. The people in that movie are lucky. They can live five more years. Justin Timberlake is a worker living at the poor edge of town, waiting for the clock to run out. One day someoine gave him more time And for him, that's where the troubles started. I didn't like the movie because of the performers. I still think that Justin Timberlake has a long ways to go in the acting department. I like the plot. That plot wich pits the rich against the poor over a few minutes of life are enough to like this movie.
Nov 2, 2011
Like a modern day Robin Hood/Bonnie & Clyde. Only time is the currency and rich get richer and the poor get dead. Justin is good and so is Amanda. Cillian has a good role also as a timekeeper.
I enjoyed this move a lit more than I thought I would based on the trailer. I liked the theme of rich versus poor and all that entails. It is a very powerful message and it worked in this movie.

I know Justin Timberlake can be very silly, so it was a little hard to take him seriously at the beginning, but he showed he can pull of a serious role. I was kind of waiting for him to break into a song and dance and glad the movie didn't go that way. The flashing green numbers on the arm and all that went along with that got kind of old before the movie was over.

There was a lot of good action scenes and he casting was sound and the characters were pretty believable. The cars, clothes and guns added a little to the cheesy factor that every good sci-fi movie needs. I really think lasers rather than pistols would have worked okay.

Overall, if you paid to see this, you just go with it and don't think too hard about the plot. It all works out okay. I must admit, it does seem to jump the shark at some point, but it is unclear where. Don't wait for a big payoff at the end. Probably no sequel...no. Go see it anyway, it is fun. Go Justin!

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