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The 9 Best Time Puns From In Time

The 9 Best Time Puns From In Time

While Andrew Niccol‘s new thriller In Time is similar to the “haves vs. have-nots” plot of his 1997 film Gattaca, it seems like the writer-director got to have a lot more fun with this film. Mostly by including so many puns about time — most delivered with a straight face — that it makes the Robin Hood plot even more fun. Here are our nine favorites. More »

Crushable Exclusive: Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried Fight for the Common Man’s Minutes in the Futuristic Noir In Time

Crushable Exclusive: Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried Fight for the Common Man's Minutes in the Futuristic Noir In Time

As outlandish as its plot looks, we’re really excited to see Justin Timberlake‘s new speculative-fiction thriller In Time: In a world where time is literally money a nd you stop aging at 25, people have to buy, earn, or steal minutes to keep living. (It’s from Gattaca screenwriter Andrew Niccol, so we know it’ll be confusing in the good way.) Crushable scored four exclusive pics from the movie, which shows you who’s on the good and bad sides, and how far in the future we are. More »

Justin Timberlake’s Dystopian Thriller ‘In Time’ Sure Loves to Throw Out the Time Puns

Justin Timberlake's Dystopian Thriller 'In Time' Sure Loves to Throw Out the Time Puns

After wowing us in The Social Network and proving himself a viable romantic lead in Friends with Benefits, Justin Timberlake could pick from a pretty broad range of roles for his follow-up and be guaranteed that movie audiences will go along with it. But his next project is kind of pushing the limits of anyone‘s attention span: In Time, a Logan’s Run-type of dystopian tale where people never age past 25 because time has replaced money as currency, and the poor have to dole out minutes just to eke by in society. The official trailer is out, and right now the movie is wobbling between “high-minded thriller” and “silly-as-all-get-out.” The many puns about “time is money,” etc. aren’t helping its case. More »