Andrew Niccol's (Gattica, Lord of War) intriguing little sci-fi thriller, In Time, did not look like much of a movie to me when it first came into theaters late last October. It looked about as bland as a thriller could get, and the future looked so dull and uninteresting that I didn't use my hard-earned dollars to go see it. So, imagine my surprise, when just a couple weeks ago, I finally got around tor renting the movie, and actually enjoyed. Alot. Now, from the trailer, which I still think looked a little too underwhelming and plain, it just didn't do the movie justice at how well-thought out and well-written this movie really is. The overall premise oft is film, is one that has fascinated me and kept me thinking hard about it for the past couple weeks. The premise of living in a world where time is money,and that the people with all the time in the world end up being rich and get to live in a snazzy little district of there own, and as where the poor people live in there own little area, but a lot less glamorous, for sure. Now, In time really plays with this scenario, and it also surprised me how much fun it had with it, which is definitely a good thing, for sure. Also surprisingly good here, are Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried, as complete and utter polar opposites in this movie's bizarre futuristic world, and also good, is CIllian Murphy as the cop who must bring them both to justice. So, this film is Rated PG-13, and the content is pretty much as follows: There is plenty of intense action violence, including plenty of chases, running and shooting, with blood occasionally spraying and spurting from the wounds. Also, there is some sexual content here, as well, including two rather particularly steamy sequences, with one of them being the two main characters going skinny dipping in a pool, with bare backs, buttocks, and chests visible on both of them, and a brief scene of the same two characters playing strip poker in a hotel room, before they are both interrupted, but not before we got a shot of Amanda Seyfried in a cleavage revealing underwear set of a bra and panties. And, finally, there is frequent but average profanity, including a couple uses of f--k, sh-t, hell, d-mn, g-dd-mn and more. So, this film may look bland and dull, and I'm quiet sure that the films trailer and advertising definitely didn't do it justice, but just check it out anyways, because you will be pleasantly surprised by it, just like I was. Reccomended.