Stephen Coles’s review:
Airplane flights with old school communal screens (not personal entertainment centers) can make you see movies you would never have chosen to see on your own. That's not always a good thing, but it can be. In this case I'm glad my insomnia compelled me to watch In Time, the kind of film I would completely ignore otherwise. It's not an important or mind-blowing movie, but the premise (time as currency) is really quite fascinating and I keep thinking about it despite the mediocrity of the production itself. The acting is fine, but it's a pity the story wasn't tackled by a more competent screenwriter and director.