In Time: Justin Timberlake Newest Movie on DVD/Bluray

Andrew Niccol’s IN TIME is set to hit stores shelves on January 31, 2012 via Twentieth Century Fox Home. The DVD will be priced at $29.98 SRP while the blu-ray will cost $39.99 SRP, and both discs will contain extra features such as The Minutes featurette, Deleted Scenes and Access to the app, In Time: The Game.

MPAA Rating: PG-13
Target Audience: Adults
Genre: Sci-Fi
Film Length: 109 minutes

This film is seen as the ideal illustration of what money can do for you because as within the real world, the well-off will flourish and the poor will always suffer.

The film follows Will Salas (Justin Timberlake) who lives in a world where time has replaced money. Once a person in this world reaches the age of 25, they have only one more year to live. Every person is worn a wrist watch that will indicate how much time they have left. If they want to stay alive, they need to buy more time, and only the rich can do that. But Will is given a reward by a person to live forever. Set up for his assassinate, a team of timekeepers hunt him down, and Will is charged with the man's death. In order to save his life, he goes on the run and plans to destroy the system in the process.

This is an amazing story that keeps the viewer entertained throughout. The legends of Robin Hood and the remnants of what can occur when the poor soon acquires wealth unlimited has not been questioned. The writers (Andrew Niccol) have given hiatus for contemplation when a large amount of wealth is given to the poor. How can people survive if there is no one to perform the work required? The industries will become deserted and day to day material items will not be replenished. No one will be ready to carry out the hard labor required for development.

It is an enjoyable sci-fi flick that manages to preserve some originality. It could have been greater had it been more refined in certain parts. However, it is in no way a deal breaker. It is definitely a film that folks who like quality sci- fi in the tradition of the "Twilight Zone" or movies of the seventies will enjoy. The film has less special effects and it is not attempting to bribe people into liking it. You like the film for the reason that its concepts and the thought that went into it.

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