(2011) -imagine a world where the currency to buy and sell goods and services is time. Every person born is genetically programmed to live until 25 then the goal is to prevent ones time to expire. One can work to add time and when you buy something and deducts time from your clock. Justine Timberlake plays Will Salas a struggling blue collar worker trying to make both ends meet. He gets to save a rich man's life (rich meaning having hundreds of years in life) and in turn gives him all of his time credits. A rags to riches story ensued and Will gets to go to the posh city of the rich. Then the story becomes Robin Hood-ish where Will steals "time" from the rich and gives it to the poor.
The concept is interesting at the start but couldn't maintain the interest to the end. I commend Justine Timberlake though for his solid acting but the mediocre acting of Amanda Seyfried maybe dragged the story and the ratings a notch down.
"But the day comes when you've had enough. Your mind can be spent, even if your body's not. We want to die. We need to. "
The movie has achieved its purpose which is to entertain specially for HT buffs with all the surround sound and LFEs. I would recommend it solely for this purpose.