A spin on a romcom which immediately plays itself out in your head. You wait, clutching at your girlfriends elbow to her annoyance, for the 'time travel whoopsy moment' where the timelines collide in a knot of horror. Yet, About Time deceives its... Read the full review »
Very cheesy, a little bit hypocritical, and most definitely overtly preachy to its audiences in the last five minutes, About Time still has an infectious charm about it, as well as phenomenal performances by Nighy and Gleason. Read the full review »
About Time is your typical rom com of boy meets girl and falls in love, however this time the concept of time travel is thrown into the mix. This creates both humorous and heartfelt scenes. I have a complete crush on Domnhall Gleeson, I just love... Read the full review »
WHAT I LIKED: There are a number of reasons why Richard Curtis' 'About Time,' always has me so emotionally engaged and affected, and why it easily winds up as one of my personal favourite films of all time.
First of all, and perhaps most important... Read the full review »