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Opened in Theaters: Friday, November 8th, 2013

Directed by Richard Curtis

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About Time
A young man discovers that he can travel through time and uses his ability to change his life. He takes several attempts to get a girl to fall in love with him. Tim then uses his power to create...  View more >

R
language and some sexual content

Starring Rachel McAdams, Domhnall Gleeson, Bill Nighy...  View more >

Limited Release on November 1, 2013, wider on November 8, 2013
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[--- Wait for Rental ---]by wetback39906 Oct 24, 2013
[--- Good ---]by Nikki Nov 11, 2013

Not a bad movie. I thought it was good. Wasn't crazy about the actors - and finally a director and producer who have some sense in making a movie. You left with a happy feeling after watching it. 

[--- Stay Away! ---]by George Jobson VIP MemberNov 12, 2013

Time is not on their side. "Abolut Time" is a terrible moivie which connects romance with time travel. That plot was used in "The Time Traveler's Wfe" years ago. Didn't work for me. why should it work in this movie. Even if you take the timne travel plotline out of the movie, it still would be a bad movie. The film follows a young man who discvoverd the method of time travel. Whe he does is he goes into the bathroom or a cloest and ten he close his fist and close his eyes and them he's back in time. Only to change the situation and to do over again. Beats stepping on a butterfly. His love intrest is played by Rachael McAdams who is more appearing, making her the only good thing in the movie. When the two got married, the film's nothing more that a rehash of "Terms of Enderment." There's nothing to like in thgis movie. One critic called Rachael McAdams her best movie since "The Notebook." I didn't even like the "The Notebook." To me, her best movie is "Sherlock Holmes."  

[--- See Now! ---]by BigScreen Reader Nov 14, 2013

One of the best movies of the decade.Very good performonces by all leads.Great writing.Good pace.. 




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