Actually, if she used an hour to ride the bus then she would've been left 1 hour away from her son with LESS than 30 mins to cover that distance since she also lost time riding the bus. Her best chance was to run.
The poor, who have less time on their clocks and therefore no time to slow down and enjoy life, can still become overweight. Alternatively, rich people never get fat even though they avoid extreme physical activity. (0) Comments
A man can be accused of murder even when when the camera clearly shows him arriving literally ten to fifteen seconds after the man he allegedly murdered fell to his death. (Yes, I know he timed out. That's not the point.) (0) Comments
If money is time, and time is life, wouldn't an ATM at the timelenders place be a good idea, you know in case you withdraw too much time and find yourself running out of time in the middle of the night. (0) Comments
In a world where they genetically stop you at 25, and create a glowing life counter on your arm, they forgot to add a warning system, like your counter starts to itch or glow red or something like that to remind you that you have like 30 minutes to live. (0) Comments
I learned the filmmakers were bad at math. With 1.5 hours left, the mom expected to spend 1 hour for the bus ride--meaning the bus ride takes way less than 0.5 hours (or she dies). That means Timberlake learns she's missing from the bus when she still has 1+ hours left. He jogs toward her for 1+ hours, and she runs for 1.5 hours, and they can't cover the distance she said could have be walked in 2 hours. Ergo, we learned 2.5 hours < 2 hours. (0) Comments