Genres are ActionThrillerSci Produced in 2011, USA
In the not-too-distant future the aging gene has been switched off. To avoid overpopulation, time has become the currency and the way people pay for luxuries and necessities. The rich can live forever, while the rest try to negotiate for their immortality. A poor young man who comes into a fortune of time, though too late to help his mother from dying. He ends up on the run from a police force known as time keepers.
20 May 2013
Yeah, Justin TImberlake can do it. He's talented and probably can doany of the related star turns in his general gestalt. Add him to aquality production where the writing takes a lesson from the cablemodel of writer-produced shows and it's a simple resultÂa movie worthwatching, worth giving to. Not too many of these in cinema these days.The writer's touch is all over this with witty dialogue. Youth-marketstuff is kept succinct and doesn't pander (too much). Craig Armstrongdoes good music, although not as good as his regular stuff. Really goodelectronic music is sooo powerful in film but rarely used. "In TheValley of Elah" is a good example with Mark Isham doing original stuff.Andrew Niccol is the man here. I don't follow all the filmography (ordiscography), but as soon as I heard he wrote "The Truman Show" I (hadto use IMDb... As Niccol is quoted Hollywood is reluctantly gettingsome real talent from abroad, esp the UK/empire. His earlier "Lord ofWar" was excellent, as was "Gattaca". Enough can't be said of "The Truman Show". Masterpiece. As ametaphysician, this film plays with "the only new show in town". Andgets it really right, not just partially like many Hollywoodrewrittens. I guess they left his script alone or mostly. "In TIme" is nothing like Truman, but shows how 'easy' it can be towrite intelligently (and film the f'er). A handy analog of today'sOccupy/Leftist story done really well. A good stock of UKish actors(how many of these Western pretties have they got over there eating badcooking and staying thin? This is another invasion we need inAd-America. He started in non- American commercials like the Scott bros(excuse all my ignorance where it shows, I have no resume for the "NewYorker" et al).Several good leftist (truth) points made as the conceit plays out.Could actually be a great one season TV series if we traced the originof the genetic plot and the cabal behind it, etc. Cillian Murphy andwhoever played the head of the 'Minutemen' stand out.This Niccol cat (New Zealand) reminds me of Christopher and JonathanNolanÂINTELLIGENT. How'd they get into LA w/o being mediocre? Is a'revolution' of some sort going on? btw, there's no end to what smartscan do with audio/videoÂguess how many genius scripts (as Mort Sahlonce said) are in drawers in LA?
19 May 2013
Okay.. First review to write - ever.. And my biggest problem; What to write that haven't already been written? Great plot, badscript, poor acting, and a zillion bugs..***SPOILERS***I just don't believe them! And when the F%#& did they fall in love?Oh.. SO romantic.. They're like two stones kissing each other. And whenhe drives through all the gates to get to the rich area, it takes ages;so many gates and so many zones. But when he's running away - 3 min ina car and he's "back in his own neighborhood" I'm like; Say what? Andhow can he raise two more centuries in the poker game, when he only hada little over a century to begin with? In a casino?? And how could hehave 44 minutes, or what it was, run away in the evening/night andstill be alive the next day?? In the sunlight? AND on top of it all -fall asleep for a few hours.. And don't even get me started on how theyrob banks.. Wonder why no one in the ghetto have thought of THATbefore.. And why there are NO guards, cops or anything! (There areactually just the 3 cops throughout the whole movie.. Chasing the bigbad couple)I think it's really sad, 'cause I really loved the whole idea, and someof the word-play made me smile, like "you got a minute?" (the youngbeggar girl in the street)In some other review someone suggested to make the movie into adrinking game, and have a sip every time they say the world "time". (Healso wrote that you would be drunk halfway though the movie andprobably dead in the end) But I am SO gonna do that! THAT sounds likefun! ;)I want this movie to be made again. For real this time. Prettyplease...
14 May 2013
This movie has a promising premise, if nothing else. The idea of usinglifetime as currency has been done before, but it's still uncommonenough that the idea enough makes this movie intriguing. And at firstthe movie treats its premise well. The urban ghetto of those living oneday at a time is portrayed well, making you to feel for its citizens.By the time the rich and immortals are introduced, you have begun tounderstand the blight of those less fortunate, which in turn causes youto side with them. There are some plot holes and questions about howsuch a economy can function and why don't the people rebel against it,but you'd need at least a full trilogy to fully delve into thosequestions, so I don't really blame this movie for not fully examiningevery little nuance about the world it tries to portray. It's full ofstuff as it is.So, the start is a promising one? So what goes wrong? Well, it stopsexamining the world and turns into an action film with car chases, gunbattles, mooks, criminals and your basic Robin Hood wannabes. It'sstill not bad, per se, as most of the actors are rather enjoyable(Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried with those humongous eyes ofhers were especially pleasant surprises), the cinematography and thescore are both above average and the whole movie manages to lookextremely stylish and easy on the eyes. But I would have liked to seemore of this world. How it works? How it came to be? Why did it came tobe? Some of those questions are hinted at, but never answered, whilesome of them are not even mentioned. I didn't expect the movie toanswer all of the questions, but it should have tried to answer as manyas it comfortably could. Now it stops way too early.So, in the end, what did I think of the film? Well, it's intriguing andthought-provoking, yet it falls flat after the first third. It'swell-made and enjoyable to watch, but it's also disappointing, there'sno denying that. So... if you like scifi thrillers at all, you'llprobably enjoy this one just fine. If you want an intellectual film,there's something here for you as well, but don't expect too much. Andif you just want a good action film, I'd give this one a watch. It'sentertaining all the way through, very much so in fact.
14 May 2013
I don't even know where to begin. Nothing in this movie makes anysense. It's so stupid from start to finish, and everything in between.Sure, I guess when they had thought of the initial seed of an idea forthe script I can see how it might had looked like a good idea. Hell, Isaw the trailer a while back and thought it should be good. But waywaaaaay before this movie was given the green light, someone shouldhave said "No, we were wrong. This can't work. It's just too stupid." Ican't convey the stupidity without any spoilers, so I'm not going to.I'm not saying don't watch this movie, either. Apart from the basicconcept, story line, script, and Amanda Seyfried's hairdo and makeup, Idon't have any complaints. All the stupidity was there before theyturned on the camera. Having read even my own review I would be curiousnow just to see what this is all about.If you are going to see it, remember that if you end up thinking thismovie is good, there must be something seriously wrong with you. Yes,I'm talking to you 6.6 average voting IMDb users.
12 May 2013
I kept my expectations low for this film, but obviously not low enough.It really is a great concept and this movie should be an example ofwhat happens when you take a great idea and spend two hours nottreating that idea with any respect. Because the movie is based in aworld where the economy is time, the pacing of the film is tantamountto its success or failure. And that's why it's such a letdown, becausethe pacing is so off, characters die before they even take one step indevelopment. If the plot is tight, you expect that sort of stuff. But the plot ismeandering and the rules of time appear to be broken on a whim. Thecharacters seem to have only minutes left in some scenes and then theyproceed on, as if time doesn't really matter to them. Maybe adirector's cut can restore some of the obviously cut scenes and correctthe balance, but I don't know, this movie is just a mess. It seems likeit's meant to bring the Occupy movement to the cinema. If you thinkredistribution of wealth is the path to prosperity, heck, you'llprobably love this film, despite all its shortcomings and abuse ofage-old story conventions. In Time is a cotton candy reverie for simpleminded anarchists and for everyone else, a bad drawing of a greatlooking model.
12 May 2013
I consider the concept of time settlement sophisticated and fresh, andmost of the events and dialogs originated from this in a witty manner,providing food for thought and reflections. The plot was not smooth,however, the excitement declined from time to time, and some sceneswere unnecessary, giving the movie additional 10-15 minutes that couldhave been avoided. As for the cast, I liked Cillian Murphy and Alex Pettyfer most; usuallyinteresting Amanda Seyfried was too ordinary here. Justin Timberlakewas pretty much uninviting, instead of him Joseph Gordon-Levitt or ShiaLaBeouf could have been used, for example. Nevetheless, In Time is an above-the-average entertainment, and isrecommended primarily to those fond of sci-fi with strong humaninvolvement.
07 May 2013
Andrew Niccol obviously plays with Marxist ideas. What a nice exampleof how the profit-hungry Hollywood machinery ones more proves itsdynamic flexibility by fulfilling the current demand for criticalthoughts on our capitalist system.Bearing in mind that In Time is a sci-fi, one should not beovercritical with small discrepancies, such as Amanda Seyfried alwaysrunning with high heels. Comparing time with money, however, is notonly a creative approach, in combination with surprisingly good (or atleast acceptable good) actors and nice pictures this movie isdefinitely worth watching it.
07 May 2013
I watched this movie, as I read the thousand and more people commentand I sat dumbfounded at why anyone would rate this as a poor movie.It is pure entertainment. And with entertainment, I have learned thatall movie plots are not perfect. They never please absolutelyeverything and the ones for whom it is not a pleasure always seem tofind the time to berate and belittle the movie.I have been around for 56+ on this earth and I cannot underestimate thenumber of movies, the thousands upon thousands I have seen.This does not make me an expert on movies. But I must say it does makeme understand the medium much better than most people. I doubt,seriously doubt that even 1% of the reviewers on here have seen moviesfrom the entire 134 years which moving pictures have been made. Ofcourse I haven't seen all of them. That would be ludicrous to claim.But I know what movies are, and what they can be...And this movie was a truly good one. It was engaging,thought-provoking, took you in, you care for the characters, you everso curiously found your way around a plot and there was action,suspense, intrigue and solid Hollywood ending. I challenge anyone toexplain away the contrary.Science fiction is a thoughtful medium. In movies, it cannot ever bewhat we read in a book. That is nearly impossible. This science fictionmovie, while dystopian in nature, managed to have a heart, a premiseand a plausible resolution. Was it perfect? I dare say, no movie hasreally come close - not even the greatest of them. After all, weimperfect beings are the creators of them. And because of thisimperfection, our intrinsic realities will come to surface in them all.This movie was no exception. And it held my attention throughout andworked out it's intricacies and machinations in my mind - but it wasnot perfect. A perfect movie would get a rating of 11. None has ever gotten that from me. So I gave it a solid 10.
05 May 2013
¨For a few immortals to live, many people must die. ¨ In Time is the latest Andrew Niccol sci-fi futuristic flick where people are genetically developed to grow until they're 25. People don't age more than that, but the downside is that they are only guaranteed one more year of life. Once they turn 25 a clock starts ticking on their arm with a glowing neon light counting down the days. Time has also become the new currency as people work and are paid with time, and they also buy products with their time (bus ticket fares cost two dollars for example). The premise is a very interesting one as we see rich people living practically immortal lives as they continue to buy and buy more time. They don't age so they can be over a hundred years old and still look like a 25 year old. In one scene we are introduced to one of the character's family and we see his mother, wife, and daughter all lined up looking like they were all recent college graduate friends. On the other hand it has become increasingly difficult for the poor to live past 26 since the cost of life exceeds their earnings so the people in the ghettos don't have much life expectancy. That is precisely how the rich want things to balance out because according to them ¨for a few immortals to live, many people must die.¨ Niccol, who also directed the 1997 sci-fi film Gattaca (a much stronger film than this one) and wrote the screenplay for the critically acclaimed The Truman Show, perhaps has made one of his weakest films, but it never fails to entertain nevertheless with its engaging premise. Yes, there are many plot holes and if you dig in too deep some things might not make sense, but nonetheless I had a great time playing along with the premise and receiving the clear social message Niccol's was trying to lay out.Will Salas (Justin Timberlake) has been 25 for three years now managing to survive in the ghetto at a day to day basis along with his mother Rachel (played by the hot Olivia Wilde) who should be fifty, but looks like his girlfriend. Will's life changes when he runs into Henry Hamilton (Matt Bomer), a very wealthy man who apparently has arrived in the wrong neighborhood. Will saves Henry from a group of time thieves led by Fortis (Alex Pettyfer), but he didn't really want to be saved. Henry tells Will that he is tired of living and that men were never meant to be immortal; his body might be 25 but his mind is old and weary. He gives away his time to Will (over a century) and commits suicide, not before telling Will to use his time wisely. Once Henry is found dead, the police (known as timekeepers) begin to investigate the alleged murder and Will becomes their prime suspect. Raymond Leon (Cillian Murphy) begins to pursue Will who has now traveled to the best neighborhood (called time zones), New Greenwich. Will doesn't understand how the time keepers are so interested in investigating a suicide when there are hundreds of deaths everyday in the ghetto that they simply decide to ignore. That is when Will discovers that there is something wrong with the system and it's time to balance things out. He meets a millionaire banker named Phillip Weis (Vincent Kartheiser) and ends up kidnapping his daughter, Sylvia (Amanda Seyfried), in order to escape from the timekeepers.From this point on the sci-fi flick begins to take a classic Robin Hood-ish turn as Will begins to steal time from the rich and give it to the poor. The action becomes non-stop, although predictable, but it doesn't mean it becomes less interesting. I really was entertained with this movie and really enjoyed the premise although I recognize its many flaws and see why many people didn't like it. The futuristic look of the film is also worth a watch considering that Roger Deakins (the best in his field) was in charge of the cinematography and it's very stylish. The lead performances from Timberlake and Seyfried weren't among my favorite; I think the best performance comes from Cillian Murphy who is great in his relentless pursuit of the fugitives. He is not the typical villain we see in most action films. The rest of the cast really doesn't get enough time to show off their talents as they get little screen time. Once the premise is set the movie loses some of its groove, but I was still entertained and had a decent time. This might rank among Niccol's worst projects, but it still is a fine good movie; although probably not worth watching again.
05 May 2013
In Time was an interesting and entertaining movie set in the distantfuture where humans were genetically altered to stop aging at 25, atwhich point they receive one year of time. Then, they must earn moretime to live, and, when they run out, they die.The movie did a great job of highlighting the different classes. Thepoor lived day-by-day and hour-by-hour. They watched their time closelyand always lived near death. The rich, however, had unlimited time andresources, but they lived in fear of someone killing them for time. Themovie had great social commentary - using time instead of money.Justin Timberlake did a great job as the main character who is given acentury of time then becomes a future day Robin Hood, stealing timefrom the rich and giving to the poor. I loved Timberlake in SocialNetwork, and he shines here as well, dominating the film with acaptivating performance.Amanda Seyfried did a good job as Justin's love interest, who lived atrapped, sheltered life in a wealthy family. After being held captiveby Justin, she falls for him and they face their future fighting thesystem together.In another excellent performance, Cillian Murphy shines as theTimekeeper trying to stop Justin's character. Although I still picturehim as the creepy Sandman from Batman, he does a great job as atimekeeper living day-by-day but committed to protecting the system.Overall, the movie was entertaining, had engaging actors, and made youthink about what it would be like to constantly figure out how youwould survive day-by-day collecting time to survive.
04 May 2013
The facts in this movie are not logical is just annoying me! Steaminghot ocean, when they crashed with the convertible car they didn't fallout, the guard did not notice an extra guard.I could not even watchthis movie to the end. This is a movie for people with IQ < 85. My wifefall asleep watching this movie, so I guess she also did not like it.But I like the idea of this movie it's really fresh, and the acting ofthe main characters was not so bad either, but the rest of the actorsneed to work harder on the acting. Ambient of the movie is good. Ifthere only had get the facts more logical this movie would get a greatgrade from me.PS Sorry for my poor English.
04 May 2013
Well acted, great sci-fi plot, good entertainment value. This moviekept my husband and I engaged. We thought it was well enough writtenand left no huge gaps in the story that we really paid attention to.The only scene that keeps jumping out in my mind as totally annoyingwas the guy selling coffee who upped the cost over-night. I just didnot like the way that scene was handled. The movie ended well, verysatisfying to see the empty vault, so, could there be a cleverfollow-up plot, because this society has some interesting developmentpotential. Great for a Sociology class assignment for thought andconversation stimulus. We'd like to see more of the matured Mr.Timberlake please. I'm liking the trend in multi- dimensional storylines with Inception and the Adjustment Bureau prior to this. More fromTimberlake would be good.
01 May 2013
"In Time" is the type of film that transcends grip onto the audienceand never let go till the final minutes. It is what you call aneffective science fiction thriller that is both original andinteresting. It is one of those chase movie that never stops. Whatmakes "In Time" so effective is because the underlying theme talksabout time and money. There is a line in the film, "the rich can onlybe immortal, if the poor are dying". Imagine living in a world wheretime is literally money. It other words, the time you spend alivedepends on how rich you are. It all sets up an interesting premises andthe casting is pitch perfect, with Justin Timberlake impresses thistime around as a poor person who wants to put the wrong things rightand the ever sexy and dependable Amanda Seyfried as daughter of therichest man in the world. Although all these does not soundgroundbreaking, the film doesn't have to be. It is entertainment with ahint of originality and a bit about life. In the real world, when timeis limited, "In Time" is exactly what you want to ask forÂ Neo rates it 7/10.
30 April 2013
After many year reading IMDb reviews this is the first time I actuallysigned up - to register my disagreement with the majority on this film.During the first 20 mins or so I thought the premise for this film wasplain silly. But I stuck with it (I was on a plane, jumping out was theother main option) and once the parallel with wealth had fully sunk inI started to really enjoy this film. Being old, I had heard of JustinTimberlake and thought he was some kind of boy band waster, but he wasexcellent. The film was full of power and warmth. Maybe I was swayed bywatching The Zeitgeist Movie a couple of weeks earlier but the messagewas delivered brilliantly and I thoroughly enjoyed this! Will berecommending to like minded friends.
28 April 2013
Where to begin? Every aspect of this movie was so bad I don't even knowhow to. I must try ny saying that I sincerely despair of the worldafter finding out this has a 6.6 out of 10 rating here on IMDb. This isway worse than global warming, overpopulation, rising garbagemountains, ozone holes or any other reasons one might despair for thehuman race. This means the great majority of people, assuming theaverage moviegoers are a fair representative of people in general, areutterly and plainly stupid and with no means whatsoever to distinguishquality from pure trash.Now I always try to be as just as possible when reviewing a movie andin most cases I think I can see it for what it is, who it targets andsee its qualities even though I don't necessarily belong to its targetaudience. Here however I can't see how any adult could possibly findthis anything other than offensively bad. The directing and editing isawful, the shift between scenes is awkward and seems more amateurishthan anything I've ever seen in this budget scale. The plot is reallystupid and has more holes than I can count. I would have given a fewexamples but then I'd have to mark this review as containing spoilerswhich would shun people who haven't seen it from reading the review andspoil the opportunity to deter them from doing so. The dialogue isabsolutely laughable as well but the worst part of it all is thehorrible acting. It's really like watching amateur theatre. Especiallyludicrous is the portrayal of the wealthy Mr. Weis: A powerful andincredibly wealthy old man, albeit inside a 25 year old body, who stillcomes across as insecure and awkward in his mannerisms as a timidteenager. Surely this has got to be the worst casting mistake ever?
28 April 2013
I wasn't sure what to expect when I first saw the reviews. The trailerlooked awesome but the reviews were "meh." I wasn't disappointedthough. I'm glad I watched and I'll be purchasing the DVD for mypersonal collection.This film was full of action and suspense- but it also contained amessage: what would happen to the system if everyone, both rich andpoor, were on equal footing? This film shows the answer.This film was the quintessential Bonnie and Clyde meets Robin Hood.Justin Timberlake and Amanda Syfried play an awesome couple battlingthe corruption of a system run by the rich on the backs of thesuffering poor.I recommend this film to anyone looking for a fun watch on the weekend.
21 April 2013
This entire review might be a spoiler to the concept. But, if you likehigh-action movies, you'll probably enjoy it like I did. Still, theconcept behind the society envisioned is on very shaky ground.If prices keep rising, taxes keep rising, interest on loans keepsrising, but wages are kept low for the working class, this wouldinevitably lead to a halt in the production of "things" needed to keepthe infrastructure in place (as workers "timed out"). Even before that,working class citizens would be less likely to "breed" children toreplace them when the costs of raising a child became prohibitive.If no one is around to produce food, generate electricity, and fix whatbreaks, the lifestyles of the super-rich would eventually take a giantnosedive. All Justin Timberlake's character does is speed up theprocess (with Amanda Seyfried's help).But, I did enjoy the fast pace of the film ... not to mention thepresence of two hot actresses (Amanda Seyfried & Olivia Wilde).
21 April 2013
this one surprised me as i don't think that actor is particularly goodbut he was very well in this one though!!This movie had a bit ofeverything that my generation likes[30-38 years old] It was sci-fienough without exaggerating,the plot was super original,we never seenanything like this on any other movie so thats always a plus as long asit is a compelling thing, doesn't need to be believable but it can't beridiculous,and this movie balanced it very well!!I can say i wasentretained throughout the entire movie,but there was a major fault ofabsolute stupidity and I bet everyone was thinking the same (SPOILERALERT) When they stole 1 Million years,and then a little bit after theywere running for their lives,why not take even if it was 1 year so theycould do what they had to do????Isn't that stupid,one of them almostdying cause they weren't smart enough to think 1 hour ahead in a worldwhere 1 hour could mean life or death???? With this I finish my reviewwith the almost only detail that could have ruined the entire movie asit was a part of the ending!!
10 April 2013
Every once in a while you come across with a movie/TV series where youfeel that the story was weak the concept was stolen the idea wasinspired by some other movie etc etc.... As I entered in the theater iwas already 5mins late so I missed the opening however with in coupleof minutes the movie got my full attention when I started to absorb theconcept and the Laws of that concept. It struck me with in next 20minutes that the concept is very original and I have not seen it in anyother movie (and I've seen lots of movies). CONCEPT: (Spoiler!!!) 1- Sometime in future; where Scientists haveengineered Human body to 1) never to age & 2) never to die. However itshas explained in the movie that the world is designed and meant bynature for people to come and go to keep the balance. hence to keep theworld stable; the engineered humans have to be Time Bounded after ageof 25 or so, where a DNA clock will tell how much time you have tolive! and as you work, you will earn more time etc; and the cycle goeson! 2- Also what makes the concept more interesting is the fact that thereis NO currency notes in this time and all the commodities are subjectto TIME exchange between people & Entrepreneur. Stock Market(s) arerunning over the count of TIME available in the different zones. Alsotime can be exchanged between two humans with touch and twist of arms.which makes crime rate high as people kill each other even for fewminutes of life time. 3- The world is divided into Zones where the upper zones' populationare the RICHEST people having TIME up-to centuries on them. where thelower class people don't even have a week at given point. STORY-LINE: The movie story is as follows (spoiler - (but not tellingthe climax)Will Salas (Justin Tiberlake) is a working a$$ hard labor living inlower zone, fighting to LIVE forever on a daily basis with DNA clockhaving time not more than 1-2 days!!. He come across with this manHenry Hamilton ( played by Matt Bomer) who has been 25 years old for solong that he just don't want to live anymore!! before suicide he give acentury to Will as gift and he commits suicide! making story short! Will travels to higher zones by exchange years asfees given to him by henry as gift. Will is determined to take revengefrom the upper classes' Playing gods who are controlling world andmarket for their own benefits and to live immortal life forever. Sylvia(Amanda Seyfried) daughter of Philippe Weiss (Vincent Katheiser fromAngel (tv series)) who is very powerful person and one of the richestand pioneer of Time system. she subsequently starts supporting Will'sagenda to collapse this system. Her father controls TIME banks and havethe first bar in safe having TIME of million which they want to stealand distribute to destroy/collapse the system.However; the other side of movie is just amazing and add more thrillwhen TIME Inspector Raymond Leon (played by Cillian Murphy) who is sodetermine to justify his 50 years of service as protector of thissystem; chases Will & Sylvia to stop them and to arrest them at anycost! this chase has been thrilling thru out the movie! Raymond isalmost of 100 years and knows all the in-s and out-s of zones and theTIME issues as well as the history of WILL and his Dead Father! whichmakes this chase more personal for both (Will and Raymond). Raymondkeeps eye on the TIME allotments to all the zones in the country andany suspicious transfer of time between zones is highly unusual andrare.One of the Thugs is played by Eric Balfour who is a gangster and a timestealer in the poor zone and also wants to catch Will as he rescuedHenry that night who gave Will 100years as gift before he died. ---------------------------------------------------The over all CONCEPT of the MOVIE is JUST Amazing!!!!!! I enjoyed thismovie so much! and the last one I remember enjoying this way, wasInception!. The movie is WORTH watching!However you may or may not agree with me... I believe the Average starcast may have mellow the affect on the movie to become block buster ofthe year! i believe Angelina Jolie and Leonardo Dcaprio would be anexcellent choices for this movie! or perhaps Tom Cruise (as we know hehad been doing futuristic crime movies). butt the current star cast isalso amazing and Justin Timberlake has acted just amazing! overall I will give this movie 9/10 and perhaps watch it again!!!
10 April 2013
I must admit, I was a little apprehensive when I saw that Timberlakewas starring in this. However, I was really impressed with the film, it intrigued me and theplot was actually plausible, it kept me interested throughout, edgy,gritty in places a good cast and superb acting, except for the Britishguy, shame.Timberlake played a convincing character with conviction, reallyenjoyable.I'd recommend this film to anyone, the ending was pretty cool as well,almost like there was so other way it should end and not many films these days accomplish that!!