In Time. Not exactly what I expected (in a good way). Liked it, but didn't love it. I enjoyed the irony of the whole situation - ie, the people with less time were the ones who really lived (even if they only lived to get more time) while the people with all the time in the world may as well have been dead already. Some scenes were quite well done, even if you could see them coming a mile off (Olivia Wilde and the bus fare, for example). The "fight" between Timberlake and the Minuteman was probably the highlight of the whole flick.
That said, I just felt like I was watching Gattaca or Surrogates again. Same kind of story, presented in a similar way. Got a little bored halfway through and started surfing the web while watching, which probably isn't a good sign. It picked up near the end, but the actual ending felt like a bit of a cop-out. On the other hand, if it had ended the way I thought it was going to, it would have been a cliche. So I dunno.
Frankly, I just wish someone would make a movie like this that doesn't feel like every other movie like this. If that makes sense.