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Plot: In a future where people stop aging at 25, but are engineered to live only one more year, having the means to buy your way out of the situation is a shot at immortal youth. Here, Will Salas finds himself accused of murder and on the run with a hostage - a connection that becomes an important part of the way against the system. Runtime: 109 Release Date: 27 Oct 2011
all I can say IS WOW..it was right up there with INCEPTION!!...LOVED MURPHY , TIMBERLAKE AND SEIFRIED...I saw this movie in a private screening in Thousand oaks CA, 2 hour drive from where I live but well worth it! the cinematography was decent. My only complaint was with the cat and mouse soundtrack . They should really have chosen Hans Zimmer or Zack Hemsey instead. The future however didn't look very futuristic AT ALL, in fact the fashion and designs were very circa 2002-2007 ..the only futuristic aspect was perhaps Murphy's car with a ton of headlights..no they didn't fly <more>
either..I think the producers were too afraid of making a BTTF 2015 mistake with bringing in glitzy gadgets..it obviously wouldn't help the movie other than a distraction...I guess the fancy gadgets weren't going to serve a purpose..it wasn't about them, it was about "time". There were characters that couldn't be "can't be bought, bullied, reasoned, or negotiated with" Coming from a non-professional but avid movie goer I think JT has come a long way from his "Alpha-dog" days..I didn't take him seriously in the face book movie because he tends to chose "safe" non-leading roles.. I'm glad the chose him for this one, anyone else like Dicaprio or Bale for example would have been inappropriate.. I don't think JT's acting is as lazy as Shia labeouf or costume filling like Ryan Reynolds. I've just seen him do so many funny skits in SNL its often hard to take him seriously. JT is no James bond but there is something genuine about his acting. Was he as good of a choice as Michael Fassbender magneto was in Xmen? probably not. You could see all the tiny emotions on Fassbenders face, all the hate, all the joy.. Alex Pettyfer nailed it!..he was playing one of the darker characters. His acting was so spot on I was convinced he was really a 75 year old. Would I want to see the movie a couple more times? definitely.Lots of puns in this movie. Nevertheless, all I can say is the ENTIRE AUDIENCE CLAPPED AFTER SEEING THE MOVIE..forget what people are saying about the trailer.. i'm sure you'll agree with me..in time ;
Ironicaly 99% have to see this projection cos 1% made it. Even without buying ticket. (by jorgeshtefan)
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 <more>
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.
A movie worth watching a few times , DOESN'T waste your time ! (by shoylee)
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 <more>
like going for the 2nd time ! Gonna go for the 3rd time this weekend . : .
The Social Commentary is obvious...but the film still stands out well! (by andell)
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 <more>
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!
Didn't anyone get the point of this movie? (by mattern92)
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 <more>
looking for a movie to get you thinking, this is it!
every once in a while an original idea like this comes out... (by radakol)
This movie is one of the most original ideas I've seen in Hollywood for a while. It has a lot more depth to it than 90% of the films that are coming out nowadays, and is exciting throughout... highly recommended! The ideas being portrayed are highly relevant to our times, and the movie leaves you thinking about it long after you've finished watching. PS. its ridiculous how this movie has a 6.7/10 rating... it deserves no less than an 8/10. Unfortunately I don't feel like writing pointless summaries/opinions on how the movie should have been, but this site makes you write a minimum <more>
It's all very familiar, which doesn't make it one whit less awesome. (by rachel-673-19946)
I went into this one with the lowest expectations, and boy was I wrong. For one thing, before I saw his name in the opening credits, I had no idea this was an Andrew Niccol film, and since he is the stylish, stylized genius who gave us GATTACA, suddenly things were looking up. Then, wow, this cast! Sure, I knew about Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried, but check out the rest of them: Olivia Wilde, Cillian Murphy, THE BIG BANG THEORY's Johnny Galecki, WHITE COLLAR's Matt Bomer and genre-It Kid, Alex Pettyfer. I mean, come on! How can a movie be directed by Andrew Niccol AND contain <more>
so much of the pretty AND also be science fiction and NOT be completely, exactly, entirely the kind of movie that I would love, love, love? Want to know why my expectations were low? I'd seen a snippet of the trailer -- which just looked to me like a bunch of TRANSFORMERS-style running around the place -- and had read the basic film synopsis sent to me by Fox Studios' publicity department. So what I knew was this: "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." Why was I hesitant about this premise? Because, come on! How many sci-fi tropes do you want to hit? Predetermined age-limit to combat overpopulation: LOGAN'S RUN, among many others. Being able to effectively purchase immortality: Elizabeth Moon's Familias Regnant series, among many others. Falsely accused and on the run in a future, dystopian society: hello MINORITY REPORT, THE ISLAND and who knows what all else! But you know what? Much like he did in GATTACA, where he took the already well-worn path of the genetically-superior being not necessarily being superior and made it his own, writer/director Niccol brings a freshness, almost a whole new sensibility to these and the other trappings of classic sci-fi he offers up to us here. We also get action, suspense, romance, humor, social commentary, gorgeous visuals and, as I mentioned, bucket loads of the pretty -- I would pay good money to see Matt Bomer and Olivia Wilde in anything; impossibly beautiful doesn't even begin to cover that blessed pair -- and wow, what a thoroughly, unexpectedly fun, truly thought-provoking and utterly engaging time this movie was. I am still flabbergasted at just how much I dug this. I actually broke into spontaneous applause as the credits rolled. And I can't wait to see it again.But the big question: how was JT? He was, I will have you know, excellent. I have long felt that there was something effortlessly engaging about his whole persona, whether in interviews or on SNL or in roles as diverse as beleaguered rookie cop in EDISON, Napster hipster Sean Parker in THE SOCIAL NETWORK or squirrelly substitute Scott in BAD TEACHER. He doesn't really seem to act: he just IS. Here, he is an unlikely action hero, but somehow, he pulls it off in grand style, looking simultaneously earnest, dangerous and adorable, and easily holding his own even alongside someone the likes of Murphy, whose hypnotic eyes can convey more in one blink of an eyelash than many a lesser actor can get across in an entire soliloquy.All of the other performances are top notch, particularly from Wilde and Galecki -- who brings most of the funny in the film -- and hey, you know who else is in here! Vincent Kartheiser, AKA Connor from ANGEL! And he's not bad at all, either. In fact, he and Pettyfer are our main bad guys, and both pull of criminal cool pretty damn well.The long and the short of it? See this film. It's entertaining, it has a message, it is a feast for the eyes, and we definitely need to be encouraging more of this kind of genre filmmaking. True, it's not a truly original piece of work. In fact, in addition to all of the other things it reminds me of, it also brings to mind EQUILIBRIUM -- not so much in its content but in the way that it is essentially a mashup of a whole bunch of established ideas out of speculative fiction, but gives them new life Equilibrium went with BRAVE NEW WORLD, FAHRENHEIT 451, 1984 -- and also LOGAN'S RUN as its inspirations . But that's okay; I really like EQUILIBRIUM, too. In doing a little research for this review, I discovered that the ever-litigious SF luminary Harlan Ellison is suing Niccol and various studio-types for plagiarism, given this movie's similarity to his 1965 short story "'Repent, Harlequin!' Said the Ticktockman." Having not read the piece in question, I can't comment, but considering Ellison's unrelenting pursuit of copyright infringers, one would think that if Niccol WAS to knowingly steal from anyone, he'd have picked a safer target. After all, most of the ideas in this movie can be found all over Sci-Fi, not to mention in Action, and Drama and Crime, as well.But sometimes it's not about the provenance of the ideas, it's what you do with them. And here, Niccol has done wonders. As long as you suspend your disbelief and go with the fact that Timberlake, Seyfried and the rest are, biologically, only 25. Luckily, Hollywood's been conditioning us to do just that for years. -- Rachel Hyland, Geek Speak Magazine
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 <more>
doesn't really ever become boring and the tension keeps you focused at all times.
'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 <more>
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.8/10.