Tuesday, January 31, 2012

In Time Movie Review

Just released to Blu-ray and DVD today, January 31st, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment brings us In Time starring Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried.  I was lucky enough to receive a copy of this movie to review!  My husband and I watched it a few nights ago after the kids were in bed.  It was a very action packed movie.  The premise of this movie is that in the future humans age up to the year 25 - wouldn't that be nice!  I'd love to look 25 years old forever - LOL!  The catch is that to stay alive you have to buy your time.  This means that the rich can live as long as they want.  Justin Timberlake's character tries to break the rules when a wealthy man wants to give his time up.  This movie was a little hard to follow, especially when you are sleepy like I was when I watched it.  My husband thought it was great!  We plan on watching it again soon!  It was very action packed and I would definitely recommend it!


Let the countdown begin.  Leave the existing world behind and enter into a futuristic world where the aging gene is switched off after 25 and time is money, literally, that many can’t afford in the cutting-edge thriller IN TIME, arriving on Blu-ray and DVD January 31 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.  Featuring an all-star cast including Justin Timberlake (The Social Network), Amanda Seyfried (Mamma Mia!) and Cillian Murphy (Inception), the film puts an innovative spin on class warfare and explores the corruptness that lies within.

In the future, time has become the ultimate currency and genetic alteration has allowed people to stop aging at 25 years old.  Upon reaching 25, the countdown begins and in order to stay alive everyone must work to buy themselves more time or die within a year.  The rich can buy their way out of the situation, while the rest are left to negotiate for immortality.  When a struggling young man, Will Salas (Timberlake), comes in contact with a “millionaire,” he is gifted more time than he can imagine.  Falseley accused of murder, Will is a fugitive on the run and becomes determined to bring down the entire system by any means possible.

Showcasing stunning visual effects and gravity defying stunts, the IN TIME Blu-ray is loaded with bonus materials including an exclusive featurette “THE MINUTES” to discover the origins of the film’s time based society, deleted and extended scenes, and access to the enhanced IN TIME THE GAME APP.  DVD special features include deleted and extended scenes. IN TIME will be available on Blu-ray for an average retail price of  $24.99 and on DVD for $19.99, respectively.
You can purchase In Time on Amazon!

Disclosure: I received the products mentioned above for this review. No monetary compensation was received by me. This is my completely honest opinion above and may differ from yours.

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