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Movie synopsis
When scientists unlock the secret to immortality, time becomes the new currency and one desperate man comes under attack from a mysterious group known only as the "Time Keepers." In the not-too-distant future, scientists have discovered a way to turn off the aging gene. As the threat of overpopulation looms over society, money becomes a thing of the past. Now, assets are measured in time; those with the most time also possess the most power. Meanwhile, the lower classes are forced to barter with the new elite if they want to live forever. Suddenly a young commoner stumbles across a treasure chest of time. With the "Time Keepers" in hot pursuit, however, he may never get a chance to use it. Justin Timberlake, Amanda Seyfried, and Olivia Wilde star in this sci-fi thriller from writer/director Andrew Niccol (GATTACA, LORD OF WAR).

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  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA)
  • Film Country: USA
  • UPC: 024543782896

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Genre:Action/Adventure
Format:DVD

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Editorial reviews

3 stars out of 5 -- "The pace is solid and engaging..."
Box Office - Sara Vizcarrondo (10/28/2011)

"The tick tock of the mortal clock gives the science-fiction thriller IN TIME its slick, sweet premise."
New York Times - Manohla Dargis (10/28/2011)

"Timberlake is a natural actor."
Entertainment Weekly - Owen Gleiberman (11/10/2011)

"IN TIME has so much style and energy that it comes across as an act of boldness rather than just a liberal-minded tract..."
Los Angeles Times - Stephanie Zacharek (10/26/2011)

"It's a revolutionary film for our new revolutionary times..."
Sight and Sound - Mark Fisher (01/01/2012)

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Created: 03/11/12

Once Again! Art imitates Life with an Awesome twist! Worth your Time!

Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
Review For: In Time (DVD, 2012)

From the onset, people in this "In Time" or "For Time" world once again becomes the focus for a bizarre alternate world where actual measured and monitored time is the primary commodity for survival (and opulence) and everyone who has it is envied and everyone who doesn't is scurrying around like ants to get it, but in this case, it is to stay alive.

The viewer soon gets the feeling from many of the players that the subjugation of the masses was forced upon society by an "Illuminati" type organization who has forced people into various sectors of diversification much like Obama's ridiculous "Class Envy Warfare" B.S. We soon get the feeling that the will to survive has become extremely weak in many players, and that the pure ideals of this society have become burdensome to those who don't really want to play along with the Time game. This become evident when the rich guy enters Sector 12 "Dayton" just to get his so-called "Clock Cleaned".

Justin Timberlake was a convincingly good son, but what was so sad was that the mother (who is actually younger than him in real life) was the one who he had the more onscreen chemistry with. The rich girlfriend was not at all his type as you could tell and thus no chemistry which was a major distraction to the plot of the film.

Overall, the feeling of greed and opulence was pushed to the forefront as we all can relate to the rat race and never having the type of money we need anymore to actually have a good quality of life, which does make living sad for many. But adding to the fact that consumer marketing and media in the real world are telling us what you must have to be of the in crowd is insane to base a class warfare system on anyway. I don't really feel that I should be preaching to the choir on this subject, however, the whole film is based on this senseless control system that was set up to keep the population under control since know one gets any older than 25. We do have one shot of a newborn in the film which is used as a prop to tell the story that infants clock, which are preset at 1 year, don't actually start ticking until they reach the ripe old age of 25. This in itself may be practical in a society that values productivity, but then again, you always become aware that power and control (in this case the time keepers) override productivity. As with anything, as long as you have the access to the goods you are the one in control.

One thing that is extremely hard to swallow is that a phone call from a pay phone in this world only costs one minute, where as a cup of coffee cost four. The ease and access of physical transfer of time makes it extremely hard to believe, since most money systems, including credit cards have a security agent disabling people from stealing. In the case of transfer here, all you have to do is embrace from the other wrists where the clock is not and turn either up or down to upload or download. So, which way do you turn you arm. Man! That would get extremely confusing to most people anyway as to which way you turn you arm for time transfer. Dumb! Dumb Dumb! Also the mother thing dying before he get too her was utterly unbelievable. If you actually look at the layout of the events in which Justine's mother only had an hour and a half and the bus guy said it was a 2 hour walk, it didn't make much sense if Justine and her were running toward each other why she would have run out of time unless they just were lollygagging around. Oh well! Cheers!

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Created: 02/09/14

Awesome thrilling and makes you hang by the seat of your pants!!!!

Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

The premise is damnably intriguing. Written and directed by Andrew Niccol, maker of such original sci-fi movies as "Gattaca" (1997) and "S1mOne" (2002), it involves once again people whose lives depend on an overarching technology. In this case, they can buy, sell and gamble with the remaining years they have to live.
The market in time is everywhere. On this imaginary Earth, humans have a Day-Glo digital clock on their forearms, clicking off the years, months, days and hours. It's like a population clock, except that it always grows smaller. By grasping hands and interfacing, I can upload and download time with you.
Justin Timberlake stars as Will Salas, a citizen of some unexplained future or parallel world (the settings and costumes are relatively contemporary), who finds himself on the run from the law. In this world, genetic engineering has been used to switch off everyone's body clock at age 25. At that point, they have one more year to live, but can work or make deals for more — or commit crimes. The 25-year limit had the curious effect of making everyone more or less the same age, which explains the sexy Olivia Wilde as Will's mother.
One day, Will has a conversation with a morose man named Henry Hamilton (Matt Bomer), who explains he is 100 years old and has another century in the bank. He's tired of living. Their conversation drags on into philosophical depths, until both fall asleep. Will awakens with an extra century on his clock and looks out the window to see Henry preparing to jump from a bridge. He runs out to stop him, is too late and is caught by a security camera, making him a suspect in the man's death.
The plot now interweaves Sylvia Weis (Amanda Seyfried), daughter of the richest man alive, Philippe Weis (Vincent Kartheiser), who has untold centuries on his clock and is essentially immortal. But enough about the plot.
The movie I suppose is an allegory in which time is money in a brutally direct way. For some of these people, time burns a hole in their pockets. For me, the most suspenseful scene involves a high-stakes poker game. Think about it. An opponent bets his whole pot: his life. Do you see him, or do you fold? If you lose, you're not broke, you're dead.
That said, a great deal of this film has been assembled from standard elements. Narrow your eyes to focus on them: Will Salas has the Identikit look of modern young action heroes: shaved head, facial stubble. For contrived reasons, he is paired with a beautiful young beauty and must drag her along with him as they're pursued by gunfire. The rich man moves nobly through a setting of opulence. The villain (Cillian Murphy) is androgynous and elegant, mannered in his cruelty. There are chases and so on. The only original element is the idea of timekeeping as a framework for these off-the-shelf parts. The only character of personal interest is Henry Hamilton.
Unanswered questions abound. The cars look like customized luxury boats from the 1970s; there's a Lincoln Continental with the slab sides but no nameplate. The time is said to be "the near future," yet Henry has already lived a century. Don't even think to ask about the mechanism of the timekeeping, or how human life is stored up in what look curiously like VHS cassette cases. And what of etiquette? Is allowing people to see your forearm as vulgar as flashing a big roll of cash?
Justin Timberlake continues to demonstrate that he is a real actor, with screen presence. Never disappoints!

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Created: 03/20/12

Worth your time AND money!

Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
Review For: In Time (DVD, 2012)

WOW! Truly great movies make you laugh, cry, offer danger and romance. IN TIME fires on all four cylinders. In a dystopian future where time literally IS money, humans have been genetically engineered to be born with a clock inside them. The digital readout on your arm tells you --- and everyone else --- how much time you have left. Those with too little time are forced to slave each day to earn enough time to keep going for another day. Those with too much time become targets for thieves. Everyone stops aging at age 25, and it is possible to live forever if you have enough time and surround yourself with enough bodyguards.
The analogy between time & money was nearly perfect. When a thug says, "I'm going to clean your clock," it takes on a chilling meaning. Order is maintained by the Timekeepers. When ghetto boy Will Salas (Justin Timberlake), aided by poor-little-rich-girl Sylvia Weis (Amanda Seyfried), upsets the balance by robbing time from the rich and giving it to the poor, he finds himself up against a dedicated Timekeeper (Cillian Murphy).
Although the audience is rooting for Salas, this is not a clear-cut hero VS villain. The Timekeeper makes a good case for keeping order and keeping too much time out of the hands of the poor, who aren't prepared to handle it. Salas learns this early on when he gives 10 years to his best friend (Johnny Galecki in a small but memorable part), and the friend drinks it away and dies in one day. Although IN TIME is presented in a science fiction package, underneath the wrapping it has a lot to say about our current classist society and welfare reform.

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Created: 10/23/12

In Time (DVD, 2012)

Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
Review For: In Time (DVD, 2012)

Interesting sort of movie somewhat set on a "Robin Hood" sort of theme. It is the future and scientists have unlocked the secret to turning off the aging gene.

Money has been replaced by "Time". Everyone stops aging at twenty-five, and barter or whatever extends your clock. The wealthy have more time, and this equals more power and influence, even immortality. All of the everyday people are forced to barter or work for them for "time". Most people only have somewhere between a day to a few weeks of time on their clock, and everything revolves around the work or theft of time. If your clock runs down to Zero, you die. All is kept track of by the "Time Keepers".

When a commoner is gifted a century of life, he instantly becomes the target of the Time Keepers, because he gives the time away, days, or weeks at a time. This worries the rich, because if people have time, they will quit working.

When he goes to war against the Time Keepers, and the wealthy who control vast amounts of time, he becomes like "Public Enemy", and a hero to all of the masses to whom he distributes the time, until he breaks the system. This is a strange movie.

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Created: 01/10/12

Wow... a surprisingly good ACTION adventure Film = I liked it!

Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

I walked into the movie theater expecting not to like this film. I'm not a fan of Timberlake and well having a clock in your arm is a stretch.

OMG what a surprise. Excellent film. Seeing everyone at age 25 for less took some getting used to, but this film scores high points for delivery. Action packed and intriguing story line.

I was surprised at how good a film it was. Sure it's not perfect film making, but it's excellent entertainment.

Blessings, Max Rainet.

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