This episode we watched a time travelling gem starring Rachel McAdams and Domhnall Gleeson.
Welcome to another episode of Cinedicate! Aaron Houillon from WSTR: Galactic Public Access returns to talk about the hidden Rom-Com gem from, About Time.
From director and writer Richard Curtis, best known for his popular romantic comedies: Four Weddings and a Funeral, Bridget Jones' Diary, and Love Actually. Pens one last great film in his filmography, About Time.
Let's travel back to 2013 as Cinedicate watches and recommends this hidden gem from Richard Curtis. The film centers around Tim (Domhnall Gleeson) and he quickly finds out from his father (Bill Nighly) that all men in their family can travel through time. While this powerful ability is life-changing, he cannot change the world around him. He can only affect his personal timeline.
Of course, after Tim learns this ability, he wants only one thing in life, a girlfriend. After using his ability and his quirky charm, lands a date with Mary (Rachel McAdams). After falling in love, Tim soon learns that his special power cannot protect him against the struggles of life.
Whether you are a fan of romantic comedies or love time-travel stories in all their unique forms. Check out this fantastic film and be sure to listen to why we believe it should be in your watch-list!