About Time

About Time

About Time

From writer-director Richard Curtis (Love Actually) comes this time-travelling romantic comedy starring Domhnall Gleeson (Harry Potter’s Bill Weasley), Rachel McAdams and Bill Nighy. After another unsatisfactory New Year's Eve party, Tim (Gleeson) discovers he can travel in time. He decides to use the gift in pursuit of love and, in particular, the beautiful Mary (McAdams).

2013Rating: M, Offensive language and sexual reference123 minsUK
ComedyDramaFantasyRomance

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Flicks, Matt Glasby

Flicks, Matt Glasby

We’ve all been to Richard Curtis World before: that idealised Middle England where rich people with huge houses and eccentric uncles play tennis on cliff-tops and laugh at rain. He’s as much a lifestyle brand as a filmmaker, and how much you enjoy his last work (he says) as writer/director depends on your tolerance for syrupy poshness.

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Variety

Variety

Gleeson and McAdams have a radiant, believable chemistry that keeps the film aloft, while the other actors glide through effortlessly ...

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Total Film

Total Film

Ditching the trademark forced theatrics, About Time finds Richard Curtis in more reflective mood. Don't expect a life-changer, but it's a pleasant shift of pace.

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Time Out

Time Out

Will [Curtis] please fans as much as it irritates detractors.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Curtis has managed to achieve the impossible. Specifically: he has gone back to 1993 and remade Groundhog Day with a ginger Hugh Grant.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

There are just enough laugh-out-loud moments here to excuse the lurches into shameless, tear-jerking sentimentality.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Smart and sweet, funny and genuinely moving. Should probably come with a 'there's something in my eye' warning.

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