History Film / InTime

18th Sep '16 12:20:57 AM fusilcontrafusil
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Not to be confused with 2013's ''Film/AboutTime'', also about time travel.

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Not to be confused with 2013's ''Film/AboutTime'', also which is about time travel.
18th Sep '16 12:19:24 AM fusilcontrafusil
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Not to be confused with 2013's ''Film/AboutTime'', also about time travel.
24th Jul '16 10:37:02 AM nombretomado
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* TheSocialDarwinist: Phillipe Weis, who constantly quotes things like "Survival of the Fittest" and "Natural Selection". [[spoiler:His obsession bites him in the ass as it allows Sylvia to easily guess his safe's combination: 12021809 - CharlesDarwin's birthday.]]

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* TheSocialDarwinist: Phillipe Weis, who constantly quotes things like "Survival of the Fittest" and "Natural Selection". [[spoiler:His obsession bites him in the ass as it allows Sylvia to easily guess his safe's combination: 12021809 - CharlesDarwin's UsefulNotes/CharlesDarwin's birthday.]]
23rd Jul '16 8:04:45 AM Gregzilla
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* FollowTheLeader: A future dystopia in which society is divided into twelve districts—I mean, “time zones”—based on wealth, a young person from the poorest time zone leads a revolt against the system, and the elderly (in actual years) representative of the ruling class coldly explains why such brutality is necessary for his zone’s survival and prosperity. [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Sound]] [[TheHungerGames familiar]]?
28th May '16 1:10:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* BlondGuysAreEvil: Fortis the Minute Man is a strong contender for Most Unpleasant Person In The Universe. The only other guy that comes close is Weis who, to keep things balanced, is actually dark-haired.
15th Feb '16 3:48:05 PM TheRoguePenguin
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* WatchThePaintJob: It doesn't take long before the shiny new car Will has bought ends up totaled in the ditch with the tires blown up.

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* WatchThePaintJob: It doesn't take long before the shiny new car Will has bought ends up totaled in the ditch with the tires blown up. Fortis lightly admonishes his goons for doing such a good job of disabling it, calling it a "gorgeous car."
15th Feb '16 3:46:40 PM TheRoguePenguin
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* BioluminescenceIsCool: Humanity has been engineered with bioluminescent timers in their arms.



* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished: Will's mother gives him thirty minutes for a proper lunch. If she had kept the time, she would have been able to run to Will.

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* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished: Will's mother gives him thirty minutes for a proper lunch. If she had kept the time, Five less and she would have been able to run to Will.survived.



** The car driven by Will as well as the beach from the Weis Estate are the same ones from ''Gattaca''.

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** The car driven by Will as well as the beach from the Weis Estate are the same ones from ''Gattaca''.''Film/{{Gattaca}}''.



* WouldBeRudeToSayGenocide: The government has created a system where each citizen has a gun to his or her head, and people drop dead in the streets (which is commonplace enough that everyone shrugs it off) as these guns are constantly triggered. What to do in such a situation? Why, constantly repeat how 'necessary'' the system is!
** Nobody mentions the generations ''before'' the system was put in place. After all, the government would, effectively, have to force people to have their unborn children undergo genetic therapy to limit their lifespan. At some point, people before the gene therapy would have died from either natural causes or violence.

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* WouldBeRudeToSayGenocide: WouldBeRudeToSayGenocide:
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The government has created a system where each citizen has a gun to his or her head, and people drop dead in the streets (which is commonplace enough that everyone shrugs it off) as these guns are constantly triggered. What to do in such a situation? Why, constantly repeat how 'necessary'' the system is!
** Nobody mentions It's never explained what happened to those born before the generations ''before'' the current system was put in into place. After all, the One would presume they'd die out eventually (given Weis's age, they'd surely have died of natural causes) or be given treatments that would give them timers like everyone else. The government would, effectively, have to force people to have their unborn children undergo genetic therapy to limit their lifespan. At some point, people before the gene therapy would have died from either natural causes or violence.lifespan.
7th Jan '16 4:37:06 AM WillBGood
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It shares quite a few elements from "Time is Money", a short story by [[ComicStrip/ThePhantom Lee Falk]] first published in ''{{Playboy}}'' in 1975. Is strongly reminiscent of both ''Film/LogansRun'' and ''Film/TheFugitive'', though it's not a remake of either. It also shares some elements with ''Film/{{Equilibrium}}''. Creator/HarlanEllison[[note]][[TradeSnark © 2005 Harlan Ellison]][[/note]] sued to try to get it withdrawn on the basis that it was an unauthorized adaptation of his story "Repent, Harlequin! Said the Ticktockman", but on November 4, 2011, he ultimately agreed to a settlement similar to what he got for ''Film/TheTerminator'' (i.e. his name will be added to the credits). He ultimately dropped the suit altogether before the month was out, having seen the film.

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It shares quite a few elements from "Time is Money", a short story by [[ComicStrip/ThePhantom Lee Falk]] first published in ''{{Playboy}}'' ''Magazine/{{Playboy}}'' in 1975. Is strongly reminiscent of both ''Film/LogansRun'' and ''Film/TheFugitive'', though it's not a remake of either. It also shares some elements with ''Film/{{Equilibrium}}''. Creator/HarlanEllison[[note]][[TradeSnark © 2005 Harlan Ellison]][[/note]] sued to try to get it withdrawn on the basis that it was an unauthorized adaptation of his story "Repent, Harlequin! Said the Ticktockman", but on November 4, 2011, he ultimately agreed to a settlement similar to what he got for ''Film/TheTerminator'' (i.e. his name will be added to the credits). He ultimately dropped the suit altogether before the month was out, having seen the film.
7th Jan '16 4:36:45 AM WillBGood
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It shares quite a few elements from ''Time is Money'', a short story by [[ComicStrip/ThePhantom Lee Falk]] first published in {{Playboy}} in 1975. Is strongly reminiscent of both ''Film/LogansRun'' and ''Film/TheFugitive'', though it's not a remake of either. It also shares some elements with ''Film/{{Equilibrium}}''. Creator/HarlanEllison[[note]][[TradeSnark © 2005 Harlan Ellison]][[/note]] sued to try to get it withdrawn, but on November 4, 2011, he ultimately agreed to a settlement similar to what he got for ''Film/TheTerminator'' (i.e. his name will be added to the credits). He ultimately dropped the suit altogether before the month was out, having seen the film.

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It shares quite a few elements from ''Time "Time is Money'', Money", a short story by [[ComicStrip/ThePhantom Lee Falk]] first published in {{Playboy}} ''{{Playboy}}'' in 1975. Is strongly reminiscent of both ''Film/LogansRun'' and ''Film/TheFugitive'', though it's not a remake of either. It also shares some elements with ''Film/{{Equilibrium}}''. Creator/HarlanEllison[[note]][[TradeSnark © 2005 Harlan Ellison]][[/note]] sued to try to get it withdrawn, withdrawn on the basis that it was an unauthorized adaptation of his story "Repent, Harlequin! Said the Ticktockman", but on November 4, 2011, he ultimately agreed to a settlement similar to what he got for ''Film/TheTerminator'' (i.e. his name will be added to the credits). He ultimately dropped the suit altogether before the month was out, having seen the film.
2nd Jan '16 2:19:25 AM DragonQuestZ
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* HighClassGloves: Sylvia's party dress includes a matching pair of long gloves.



* OperaGloves: Sylvia's outfit includes a pair.
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