Well, now there's a movie in the works that will explore this very question. 92 Minutes is "based on a 1997 Israeli comedy titled Mar Baum. It centers on a man who, upon learning he is about to die, must decide whether to spend his limited time rushing to get things done or slow down and enjoy his final moments."
While it sounds like this might be a depressing idea, it's actually going to be a comedy that explores everyday life, according to the filmmakers. I think it's intriguing, especially as a comedy, because 92 minutes is not a lot of time at all. I can easily waste that amount of time on the Internet. It's not even enough time to get through a Thursday night lineup of Ugly Betty and Grey's Anatomy!
What would you do with 92 minutes left to live? What do you think a comedy about this might look like?