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Title: In Time

Year Of Release: 2011

Review Date: May 31, 2012

Rating: PG-13

Running time: 109 minutes

Box Office Gross: $172,020,095

Site Rating: 1 out of 10 stars

You ever see a company make a movie thinking it is so cool, but they are the only ones that think that. Ladies and gentlemen, introducing "In Time" starring pop singer, Justin Timberlake. "In Time" is the unoriginal pseudo thriller about people having to buy time in strange ways in order to live. 

The main plot centers around people being forced to have time stamps placed in their hands in order to pay bills and eat. It is reminiscent of themes in the Bible, regarding the mark of the beast, where one is sinfully forced to have a condemnatory number placed on one's forehead or in one's arm, to buy things in the future, in a time where believers are taken to heaven and the anti-Christ temporarily rules the earth. However, the time stamps in "In Time" are the minutes and hours one has to live, with each purchase reducing said life span.

However, that's not what makes "In Time" unoriginal. Some dialogue and other story lines present in the film are very derivative. Timberlake overdoes it in this film and is very affected in the lead role. It makes the move hard to get into or enjoy.   


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