FleshEatingZipper says: "I’m a sucker for movies built around cleverly complex machinations. A man has spent his entire life being the protagonist of a TV show he’s not aware he’s in. A society of vampires is running out of humans to draw blood from. A group of thieves must dive into the sleeping mind of a magnate’s son and build dreams within dreams to get deep enough to plant an idea to destroy his empire. Here, the only currency is time. As soon as you turn twenty-five, your time starts ticking away. Coffee costs minutes, cars cost years, many wake up without enough hours to make it through the day. So with time in such a crunch, why does In Time take so long to resolve?"