In Time (2011)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 49 mins

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Welcome to a world where time has become the ultimate currency. You stop aging at 25, but there's a catch: you're genetically-engineered to live only one more year, unless you can buy your way out of it. The rich "earn" decades at a time (remaining at age 25), becoming essentially immortal, while the rest beg, borrow or steal enough hours to make it through the day. When a man from the wrong side of the tracks is falsely accused of murder, he is forced to go on the run with a beautiful hostage. Living minute to minute, the duo's love becomes a powerful tool in their war against the system.
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Cast: Amanda Seyfried, Justin Timberlake

Crew: Andrew Niccol (Director), Roger Deakins (Director of Photography), Craig Armstrong (Music Director)

Rating: U/A (India)

Genres: Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller

Release Dates: 04 Nov 2011 (India)

Tagline: The rich can live forever, the poor must earn for more time

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Did you know? The oldest car in the film is a 1961 Lincoln Continental, often referred to as the "suicide doors" car, the same type President John F. Kennedy was riding in when he was assassinated. Read More
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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Datasat Digital Sound, Dolby, Dolby Digital
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
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No
Taglines:
The rich can live forever, the poor must earn for more time
Life is paid out a minute at a time
At the age of 25, the aging process stops
Tomorrow is a luxury you can't afford.
His crime wasn't stealing time. He was giving it away.
Live forever or die trying.
Time Is Power
Time Is Money
Goofs:
Continuity
After Henry gives Will all but five minutes of his own time, Will wakes up to see he has a bit over 116 years on his clock. He then gives a decade to his friend, buys some flowers for his Mom, spends years, as the timekeeper says, crossing time zones, and then gets a suit in a fancy hotel. Yet when he wakes up the next morning his clock still reads a little over 105 years.

Continuity
Near the end of the film, when Will drives through a hail of police gunfire at a roadblock, the bulletproof window on the driver's side is down. A few seconds later, it is up, showing at least three marks where where bullets supposedly bounced off the glass.

Continuity
When Henry Hamilton is sitting on the bridge, there is no water in the drain below him. When he times out, there is water flowing through it.

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When Will looks out the window and sees Henry sitting on the railing, Will is forward, and to Henry's left. Yet when he runs to the bridge to try to give Henry more time so he won't die, Will runs up from Henry's right. This means Will either ran left out of his building to another bridge off in the distance, then back to Henry's bridge, or he ran across the water flowing in the drain without getting wet, across the railroad tracks, and up the incline to run across Henry's bridge - all in less than a minute, going by the time we see on Henry's arm.

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In several scenes where Will and Sylvia are running, the heels of Sylvia's shoes shrink and grow in between shots. Most notably in the final scene where she runs into Will's arms her heels are several inches taller when she stands up than they were just seconds before. The strap on the shorter shoes is also further down the foot than the on the taller ones.

Revealing Mistakes
The rear view mirror has been removed from the car that Will purchases.

Revealing Mistakes
After the car is hit by the stinger trap and plummets down the embankment, there are clearly no people in the vehicle as it falls.

Revealing Mistakes
During the car chase, the leading car is rammed in the back with the inside view showing the heads of the characters in the rammed car being knocked forward. This is physically incorrect as, in an accelerating collision, inertia would cause their heads to move backward relative to the car.

Revealing Mistakes
When the E-type Jaguar crashes and is traveling inverted down the ditch, it is quite obviously a toy car.

Revealing Mistakes
The pawn shop woman holding the shotgun has no time counter on her left arm.

Continuity
When the two main characters are sitting in the stolen limo under a tree, the opening shot has them facing the sun, but while watching TV, in the back seat the sun is over Salas's right shoulder.

Continuity
In the poker scene Will is seen to pick up a glass of champagne with his right hand. Less than 2 seconds later he is shown to be playing with his chips with his right hand.

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During the "arm wrestle" scene, despite the clear audio cue counting down the remaining seconds on Will's clock (down to 4 seconds), in the next shot there are still 10 seconds remaining on his clock.

Continuity
During the car chase scene, as the car is rammed and begins to spin out of control, during the spinning, the pursuing police car is nowhere to be seen despite the 360 degree camera pan. It then re-appears when the car ceases to spin.

Character Error
When congratulating his mother with her 50th birthday Will says: "25 for the 25th time". However 25 for the 25th time would be her 49th birthday. On her 50th birthday she turns 25 for the 26th time.

Audio/Video Mismatch
Sylvia correctly tells Will that Charles Darwin was born in 1809. This statement had to be dubbed because her mouth can be seen flubbing the line by saying 1804.
Trivia:
The building used for the big bank they're going into at the end, is often used for courthouses in many movies and television shows. The building only has 4 stories, but additional stories were added by CGI.

Working titles included "Now" and "I'm.mortal".

Amanda Seyfried, Justin Timberlake, Olivia Wilde, and Vincent Kartheiser also appeared together in Alpha Dog (2006).

The Timekeepers keep their ration of one day in a box called a Per Diem. In Latin, "per diem" means "for each day".

The combination to open Philippe's time vault 12 2 18 09 is the date on which Charles Darwin was born, 12th February 1809. This is also the date on which Abraham Lincoln was born.

Alex Pettyfer and Matt Bomer also appeared together in Magic Mike (2012).

Amanda Seyfried doesn't appear until 26 minutes into the movie.

Fortis's car is a 1983 Cadillac Seville "bustleback."

The first film cinematographer Roger Deakins has shot digitally.

The time format of the clocks is YYYY.WW.D.HH.MM.SS (years, weeks, days, hours, minutes, and seconds, respectively). Not months and days, as one would expect.

Justin Timberlake is three years older than Olivia Wilde who plays his mother.

In a movie about people who would stop aging at 25 years old, many of the actors, including Cillian Murphy and Justin Timberlake, were in their late 20s and early 30s. Amanda Seyfried, however, really was 25 years old during filming.

Many of the character names are those of famous, and not so famous, watchmakers. The name Weis is pronounced the same as the watchmaker Albert Wajs.

The car Will buys for 59 years is a 1969 Jaguar XK-E convertible.

Sci-fi writer Harlan Ellison launched a lawsuit against New Regency and director Andrew Niccol, claiming that the film's plot bore an uncanny similarity to his short story "Repent Harlequin! Said the Ticktockman". Initially, Ellison was seeking an injunction against the film's release, which he then watered down to a request for onscreen credit. Ultimately the case was dropped with no money exchanging hands between any of the parties.

The timekeepers drive identically modified 1970 Dodge Challengers.

The oldest car in the film is a 1961 Lincoln Continental, often referred to as the "suicide doors" car, the same type President John F. Kennedy was riding in when he was assassinated.