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Monday, March 26, 2012
In Time: The Movie
I think it was a good idea to make a movie like this but it wasn't believable enough. The problem for my son was he didn't see how the way time was shared was working for him. For me, the problem was: "How do you transfer the concept of money into time?" This didn't work for me. So, even though I loved the concept and Timberlake and the other actors did a great job what was lacking was a believable plot line. So, in the end it became a modern futuristic Robin Hood kind of tale that no one would believe over the age of 12 to 15. But it was still fun to watch the retro XKE Jaguar whining on electric power as well as the retro Lincoln Continentals and retro Barracudas too, all electric powered as well.