In the film About Time Tim (Domhnall Gleeson) plays the son. The dad (Bill Nighy). The mom (Lindsay Duncan). Kit Kat the sister (Lydia Wilson). Uncle D (Richard Cordery). Tim's friends Rory (Joshua McGuire), Harry (Tom Hollander), Charlotte (Margot Robbie). Tim's love interest Mary (Rachel McAdams).
In the film About Time when Tim (Domhnall Gleeson) turns 21 he finds out a family secret. He uses this secret to make changes in his own life and others. He tries to make his world a better place by finding love. Does he find the love he was searching for? Does this secret have consequences?
About Time is a movie about time travel. This is a simple film not complicated. It is a love story but not your typical love story. This film is about time and cherishing the time you have with the ones you love. It is about enjoying life and what you have. This film kept you interested and was fast paced. It felt like the film passed by fast but it was 2 hours and 3 minutes. This is one of Rachel McAdams better films. This film is the total opposite of Time Travelers Wife thank goodness. This film was better than expected. Domhnall Gleeson as the main character suits him. This movie has beautiful scenery as it was shot in England. About Time is funny, heartbreaking and sad. About Time is a must see film.
I would recommend that you see this movie in the theater when it comes out in November.
Rating - ***1/2 out of 4 Stars.
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