About Time Reviews
Bill NIghy as the dad is phenomenal, and Rachel McAdams - in a movie where she's only the third hottest woman - steals the show. Domhnall Gleeson is really only playing the quirky Hugh Grant part, but he does it convincingly. The music is unbelievably well done and the cinematography and scenery are beautiful.
This movie does exactly what it set out to do, which was NOT to tell a convincing time travel story. It's about becoming an adult and savoring your life, and it may be the perfect example of that theme.
Being directed by Richard Curtis, the scientific fiction and fantasy has a strong character of romantic and human comedy. Domhnall Gleeson performs the time traveler growing up from a week youth to stable parenthood of three kids. There is nothing more to desire for performance of Rachel McAdams as this is the third movie in which she falls in love with a time traveler following 'Time Traveler's Wife' and 'Midnight in Paris'.
All characters are unique, humorous and heartwarming. Nature and old buildings in Cornwall, UK are beautiful. The wedding party in the heavy rain is unforgettable.