REEL DEAL Movies and Television: In Time Review

In a future where time is literally money, and aging stops at 25, the only way to stay alive is to earn, steal, or inherit more time. Will Salas lives life a minute at a time, until a windfall of time gives him access to the world of the wealthy, where he teams up with a beautiful young heiress to destroy the corrupt system.

When Will Salas (Justin Timberlake) is falsely accused of murder, he must figure out a way, with the help of a beautiful hostage (Amanda Seyfried), to bring down a system where time is money -- literally -- enabling the wealthy to live forever while the poor, like Will, have to beg, borrow, and steal enough minutes to make it through another day.
A race with time not always at your side make the movie exciting and with characters that are quite unpredictable makes the movie pretty interesting. Though seeing Justin Timberlake again in another genre gives him a standard bad boy image, he however gave a good impression that this role is different. In the end you will appreciate the value of time, which worked for me.

“In Time” is released and distributed 20th Century Fox in theatres nationwide!

Deliberation time kids! 
Movie summary in 3 lines: Time is everything
Technical Effects: 3 out of 5 stars (Just enough to know that time is in their bodies though nothing exceptional)
Plot: 4 out of 5 stars (Though might be similar to another legend, it holds a scary fact for the future)
Popcornmeter: (the rating if this movie would make you hungrier while watching) 2 out of 5 (if you have time to eat)
Acting and Actors: 3 out of 5 stars (Seeing Justin Timberlake several times this year in movies sometimes has its monotonous sides)
DVD worthiness: 5 out of 5 stars (includes 1 day to live)
Sequel worthiness:
 NAY (sequels may spoil the story and continuity)
3D Worthiness: (yey, neigh or ahm): NAY (no landscapes and scenes foe 3D, and it will just spoil it)

Music and Soundtracks:  3 out for 5 stars (Simple and less getto sounds to highlight the social clss difference )
Overall: Rating 4 out of 5 stars (great story, just the right cinematography, and make you think, which makes you smarter)

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