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Rated R · 124 minutes · 2013

Romantic comedy, Science fiction
The high priest of high-fructose cinema, Richard Curtis (Love, Actually) really outdoes himself with the sincere, sentimental, romantic dramedy About Time. Curtis never intends to make perfect films, but films that perfectly capture a feeling. He takes a long route to it here, with a loopy plot device about generations of men in one family who can travel back in time—but only in their own lives. That’s the legacy inherited by Tim Lake (Domhnall Gleeson, son of character actor Brendan Gleeson), who uses his powers to find true love. So, question: How many consecutive days would you repeat if you believed your true love to be Rachel McAdams? Tim rather evidently hits the jackpot and the rest is repeated history. The concept barely holds up, but About Time is inescapably charming and the only thing close to a good date movie in a long time.
Official Site: www.abouttimemovie.com
Director: Richard Curtis
Producer: Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Nicky Kentish Barnes, Richard Curtis, Liza Chasin and Amelia Granger
Cast: Domhnall Gleeson, Rachel McAdams, Bill Nighy, Tom Hollander, Margot Robbie, Lindsay Duncan, Lydia Wilson, Richard Cordery, Will Merrick, Lisa Eichhorn and Tom Hughes

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Connect Savannah Review: About Time It feels, often, like Curtis is trying a little too hard to work up some of his earlier movie’s magic pixie dust. by Bill DeYoung 11/13/2013
Portland Mercury Love, Disappointingly About Time: a romcom without the rom. by Elinor Jones 10/30/2013
Creative Loafing Tampa About Time aims for the heart Rachel McAdams stars in the latest from Richard Curtis. by Anthony Salveggi 11/01/2013
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The Coast Halifax About Time Fantastical gets forgotten by Jacob Boon 11/07/2013
Indy Week Time-traveling romance in About Time When Tim (Domhnall Gleeson) falls in love with Mary (Rachel McAdams), he discovers one of the most inconvenient consequences of time travel: If one past action is changed to smooth things over, something favorable is often inadvertently undone. by Mary Alta Feddeman 11/06/2013
Charleston City Paper About Time could use some lessons in the ways of time travel Time travel is a cheap pervy trick for Tim (Domhnall Gleeson), who discovers on his 21st birthday that, merely by wishing it, he can jump back to moments in his own past and relive them or do them over again. by MaryAnn Johanson 11/13/2013

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