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This week's reviewed movie is:
The Time Traveler's Wife




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The Time Traveler's Wife, starring Eric Bana and Rachel McAdams is a sci-fiction / extremely romantic drama based on a book about a young boy who discovers he can travel through time at moments of stress, but without any control over where he goes.

The acting is excellent and there's really good chemistry between the two, ensuring that the romantic moments push the right buttons.

This film won't disappoint fans of the novel, because I hear tell it follows the book to a T.

It packs a powerful emotional punch.

The romance between Henry and Clare is, well, timeless.

You see he is a time traveler and she is the only woman capable of understanding why Henry is sometimes late.

Considering all the possibilities for potential disaster, it's still a straightforward romance with a twist -- one that can last an eternity.

The Time Traveler's Wife is a romantic fantasy love story that also has the quality to excite some sympathy and pity along with a bit of humor, creating some amusing situations.

The film plays with things, like time travel, which seem to be unbelievable and absurd.

But if you can use your imagination and accept the idea of this game, the movie can work, if you're in the right mood.

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