People are saying that an underrated film from 2011 has perfectly predicted the world today.
There have been countless movies over the years that viewers claim have predicted real-world events.
Fans believe that Arnold Schwarzenegger’s classic The Running Man correctly predicted people’s fascination with brutal competition shows.
While others reckon that The Truman Show, starring Jim Carrey, predicted that people love programmes focused on people’s lives, similar to The Kardashians and Big Brother.
However, there is one film in particular that people are saying has perfectly predicted society today.
Watch the trailer for the ‘underrated’ movie below…
In Time is a 2011 movie with an all-star cast, including Justin Timberlake, Cillian Murphy, Olivia Wilde, and Amanda Seyfried.
The unique plot of the movie, which was written and directed by Andrew Niccol, revolves around time being a currency and people stopping ageing after 25, meaning that the rich live for long, while the poor die young.
Will Salas (Timberlake) is someone who doesn’t have a lot of time left and is on the brink of death.
However, after getting rewarded with over 100 years, he makes the most of his life and forms an alliance with a powerful man’s daughter (Seyfried) as they aim to bring down the rich and the corrupt.
The film was made on a budget of $40 million and ended up grossing a whopping $174 million.
Upon its release, In Time was met with mixed reviews, with most critics praising the concept and story, but being unimpressed with the writing.
Despite it not receiving the ravest of reviews, fans are still commenting on the movie and insisting that In Time has predicted modern society.
Fans are also saying how the film correctly predicted the rise and importance of digital currency.
One person says: “Damn! This movie is a heavy message to society!!”
“This movie is criminally underrated, ” another adds. “In Time has a really deep message to society. From economics to inequality in society, this movie represents everything perfectly.”
“This movie is more relevant now than ever, seriously underrated,” comments a third.
Someone else says: “And here we are with digital currency just around the corner.”
While a fifth fan adds: “But what caught me in is the realistic portrayal of society, where the rich keep getting rich and the poor dies. Timely and relevant isn’t it?”
In Time is now available to stream on Netflix.