Reviews and Problems with The Time Traveler's Wife
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One Good Sci-Fi Drama
12 October 2012
Excerpt: Henry is a time traveler who cannot control his travelling either on past or future. His condition complicates his relationship with his wife whom he sees from her past and her future. *** Hearing good feedbacks of this film, I thought I would be disappointed when I saw it.
Summary: A modern age "Somewhere in Time" but with a different twist of "The Notebook." I felt there was some unnecessary dialogue that could have kept the pace of the story faster and more interesting.
Summary: This movie made me cry twice. It cleared up all confusion about chronology and time travel technicalities that I had when reading the book. It's a chick flick for sure. Manipulative and heartbreaking and sappy and romantic. You might not like it if you are a dude or a cold heartless girl.
Excerpt: Amazing movie. One of the most original things I've seen in a long long time. I don't usually like romance movies but this was really something else. It brought so much more to than just the romance.
Summary: I was really looking forward to this one simply because I could get my wife to watch a Sci-Fi. I was not disappointed. I did drag at times and lacked some drama. But, it was a solid romance with good performances. A good flick for two.
Excerpt: Though I had never read the book, I had heard good things about "The Time Traveler's Wife". Girl falls for guy, but girl has a hard time with guy because guy keeps leaving girl alone, because, you know, it's in his genes.
Summary: This was much better than expected. The premise seemed far-fetched, to put it mildly. But the movie worked on a number of different levels based on the screenplay, directing, beautiful cinematography, and acting, not just of the always captivating Rachel McAdams, but also the much underrated Eric...
Summary: "The Time Traveler's Wife" was much better than what I expected it to be. I had a whole bottle of water and an unopened Junior Mints box when I walked out during the credits to this movie. It kept me enrapt in its own story and storytelling abilities.