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Release
01 November 2011
Certificate 12A
Cast
Amanda Seyfried, Justin Timberlake, Cillian Murphy, Olivia Wilde, Matt Bomer, Alex Pettyfer, Johnny Galecki, Vincent Kartheiser
Director(s)
Andrew Niccol
Screenwriter(s)
Andrew Niccol

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OUT 01 NOVEMBER 2011

In Time

Genres Thriller, Scifi

Film synopsis In the future, everyone stops aging at 25 – but has to work to earn extra time for the rest of their lives. When blue-collar worker Will (Timberlake) is given a hundred years by a suidical man he saves, he sets out to shake up the system

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IN TIME NEWS
New In Time Character Featurette Meet the stars of Andrew Niccol's latest
In Time 'Digital Postcards' Online Latest promos for Timberlake sci-fi
Harlan Ellison Sues The In Time Team He's claiming it rips off his story
New International In Time Trailer Run, Olivia Wilde, run!
New In Time Posters Hit The Web Justin Timberlake's time is money
In Time Trailer Runs Online Justin Timberlake knows time is money...

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Massive Frustration
All the reviews of this film point to it being a huge opportunity wasted. The premise had promise, and in Andrew Niccol's hands there ought to have been much more delivered. What frustrates me is that now, as the crux of a film plot, the 'Time Is Money' concept has been effectively crippled at birth. Whether this was studio interference or director uncertainty or other factors we'll perhaps never know. But anyone else trying to give this idea the legs it deserves will be forever compared t More

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