LRA writes: I was really looking forward to this film. I had started warming up to Justin Timberlake as an actor after his fine performance in last years The Social Network and despite her recent track record I continue to be a big fan of Amanda Seyfried. So when I first saw the trailer for In Time I got pretty excited, two actors that I enjoy in a film with a pretty brilliant concept and made by the same man who directed one of the smartest Sci-Fi films of all time, Gattaca. As usual the only that could possibly go wrong is if the film didn't live up to the promise of such a clever premise. In order for it to work all the filmmakers had to do was make sure the world they created made sense and was somewhat believable. Imagine my surprise that the one thing that could go wrong actually did.