A very cute and loveable fuim about real love and the time we all wish we had. Get a box of tissues ready when you see it - well worth it!
cute and loveable movie
a smart, witty and likeable film with an excellent performance by the male lead.
very entertaining movie that's far more than just a silly rom-com. Enduring performance by the male lead actor.
You will feel closer to your family and if you've lost loved ones you will wish you could travel in time to see them as well. This film was slow in the beginning but as you grew on the characters then it became like you were watching a life you wish you could have, traveling in time. This is a great film a great work of art. Thank you to everyone for exposing me to this and I hope it makes me enjoy my life better!
I thought This film was great!...Time Travellers wife doesn't hold a candle to this. Anything it borrowed it did better.
If you've seen other Richard Curtis films, 'Bridget Jones', 'Love Actually', there's nothing unexpected in this law of diminishing returns drivel - even the hereditary time travel aspect has been borrowed from 'The Time Traveller's Wife' as has the female lead. It's a damp squib that doesn't even get luke warm.
Loved this movie - charming, delightful, engaging and entertaining with a profound truth about life.
Some movies can change your life. It's a nothing movie really, but such a deep river flows beneath it that its current can drag you along to places you may never have been. A must see.
Running Time: 123 min.
November 1, 2013 - Calgary, Edmonton, Montréal, Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria
November 8, 2013 - Wide
February 4, 2014
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