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 corrupt police force known as 'time keepers'.
When Will Salas is falsely accused of murder, he must figure out a way to bring down a system where time is money - literally - enabling the wealthy to live forever while the poor, like Will, have to beg, borrow, and steal enough minutes to make it through another day. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In Time torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Kinda reminded me of Mars Attacks
(au) wrote: should be renamed dayshite robbery,save yourself the rental few and 90mins of pain and watch inside man again
(de) wrote: Brutal, raw, dark very very exciting thriller
(ag) wrote: as Juno would probably say "yo man dis movie is for squares though, ammi right bro shizzel"imagine sitting in a room for an hour and a half listening to a pretentious hipster bitch and moan about her problems, that's probably how the screen writer came up with this you could say Juno acts lime this as a defense mechanism for her issues, but I doubt it because she never acts like a sincere human being when it really comes down to it, NONE of the characters are relatable, and some don't even need to exist (exposition best friend) instead of creating genuine heartfelt moments, where the movie can't think of a way to tie itself together it uses a bland acoustic song, the songs are so unremarkable you might not even notice when they actually do start repeating also continually referencing lines from earlier in the movie does not count as a joke long story short: JUNO IS JUST AN UNLIKABLE BITCH
(kr) wrote: a worth watching movie
(mx) wrote: What does "Ghosts" mean, :::: or the invisible existence of the illegal immigrants who work like slaves in the UK? or the both. I was stunned when watching this gloomy(sometimes grimy), documentary-style film on Sundance Channel. The true event was in the news a few years ago: 23 illegal Chinese immigrants drowned in Morecambe Bay when digging for cockles one evening(to avoid the assaults by locals under daylight)......
(ca) wrote: It's good movie to watch
(gb) wrote: can be very funny at times but inconsistent. then again... it's Albert Brooks so...we cut him some slack.
(de) wrote: If you like viewing two hours of unpleasant characters shouting and carrying on with maniacal incoherence, this is a film for you. Sure, it exposes the soulless malaise of an outwardly successful middle class household and that's interesting, but that's been done many times with much less raving unpleasantness since this came out in 1968.
(us) wrote: Very good and accurate depiction of Medieval times. Heston gives just slightly better than his usual one note performance. And the synopsis here says 'Mormon' knight when it should say 'Norman Knight'. I will leave that alone!
(nl) wrote: one of the best characters ever portrayed perfectly by Rosalind Russell.
(br) wrote: Un Raoul Walsh en 3D... de 1953, vu en 2D, mais j'aurais pu m'en passer. Rock Hudson joue toujours aussi mal et cette course poursuite n'a rien de palpitant. Bof.
(it) wrote: A highly-faithful and fairly interesting retelling of the 1924 Leopold and Loeb murder case, where two well-do-to, highly intelligent, elitist law students decide they are among Nietzsche's Supermen (Ubermenschen). As such, they believe themselves superior enough to be entitled to kill an 'ordinary' young boy -- and genius enough to get away with 'the perfect crime.' B&W.The screenplay derives from a well-researched novel; only the names were changed, a lame (and unsuccessful) attempt to avoid legal entanglements. Mid-Century censorship standards required the film to skirt the duo's homosexual entanglement.The big delivery here is Orson Welles as the duo's defense lawyer (who was in fact Clarence Darrow) in what was dubbed - 70 years before OJ - "The Trial of the Century." However the rest of the major cast members also do their jobs very well. The film's reminiscent of "In Cold Blood" (1967) in that this is not a highly dramatic or gory telling, but rather a subtle yet engaging one, made so mostly by the true-enough oddities of its protagonists. Hitch delivered (well) a more fictionalized presentation of this duo in "Rope" (1948). But here in this film are the real details, where a pair of monied-up, spoiled-rotten bookworms who called their mothers "Mumsy" killed just for the thrill of an intellectual exercise. RECOMMENDATION: Well spent viewing.