In Time couldn’t have come along at a better moment.  With today’s headlines screaming about class warfare, the have-nots vs. the haves, the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer, writer/director Andrew Niccol’s film about a dystopian future where the poor are getting priced out of their very lives seems a little more than prophetic.  In fact, it’s kind of downright scary how prescient this film is, considering it was filmed before the Occupy Wall Street protests and the current socioeconomic turmoil in which we’ve found ourselves.
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