In Time (2011)

 

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. 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. A slick and sexy action thriller starring Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried.
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40 out of 100  Really liked this
Eamon from Meath, 06 Mar 2012
The ending didn't quite live up to the idea but I still really enjoyed this one.

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30 out of 100  IN TIME
maurice from Cork, 05 Mar 2012
Good watchable action, nothing too serious with an ok storyline. Worth a watch!

2 people out of 2 found this review helpful


45 out of 100  Thrilling sci-fi
ROGER from Dublin, 04 Apr 2012
A good entertaining futuristic sci-fi thriller with interesting concepts.

2 people out of 2 found this review helpful


35 out of 100  Worth a look
peter from Wicklow, 08 Mar 2012
Enjoyed this movie.

2 people out of 2 found this review helpful


15 out of 100  Boring!
BRYAN from Meath, 13 Aug 2012
In Time set in futuristic landscape where everyone has been genetically altered to stop aging at 25 , where money is currency (ie if you run out of time, you die). Justin Timberlake receives more than a century worth of time from a guy that he saves and as a result, he must go on the run. The more In Time devolves into formulaic action, the less interesting it is. The film is more engaging in its first half than during its second, and the conclusion is muddled and rushed as time constraints force it to end before the audience's patience reaches zero. Bryan-Meath

1 people out of 1 found this review helpful


45 out of 100  JustIn Time
Attila from Tipperary, 08 Aug 2012
The concept is exciting (not new though), and I`m sure I would love to read it in a book, as it is similar to good,"old" Easter-European and Russian science fictions. It is not for true sci-fi thinkers, but close enough. I liked the atmosphere of the film, and was pleased with the acting. Cillian Murphy always shines and I was satisfied with Justin Timberlake`s effort. If you fed up with too much CGI and meaningless movies, then I do recommend watching it.

1 people out of 1 found this review helpful


5 out of 100  So bad that i nearly vomitted
will from Meath, 28 May 2012
Stay away from this movie at all costs. It's time you'll never get back. If they do a part two of this, i'm gona find out how long the film is and turn the tv off for that amount of time while watching the blank screen. at least then, i'll feel as if i haven't totally wasted the duration. i'm starting to feel unwell while trying to recall what i disliked most about this film, so i'll leave it there.

1 people out of 1 found this review helpful


30 out of 100  Enjoyable
Brian from Dublin, 08 Aug 2012
It'd be easy to pick at the various plot faults in this but I liked the basic idea and the whole thing was fairly enjoyable and kept my attention without getting boring

1 people out of 1 found this review helpful


10 out of 100  Mediocre
Michele from Dublin, 27 Mar 2012
As the film is based on the idea "time is money" taken to its ultimate conclusion, it is ironic that you can feel how much time you are losing while you watch this. The characters are less than engaging, the leads have about as much spark as wet tissue paper, and there are a number of holes in the plot that will have you grinding your teeth. Don't waste your time.

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30 out of 100  Predictable
Darragh from Meath, 27 Feb 2013
This film had a good original concept but felt that they could have done so much more with it, was left wanting and didn't keep my attention. Started off well enough, but then lots of running around for nothing it seems......worth a watch but disappointing.

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