About Time

About Time
About Time




118 minutes


Romance, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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An amazing family secret sends a romantically awkward 21-year-old on a bumbled race to engineer true love in this funny time-travel tale from renowned Britcom writer Richard Curtis. Told by his dad that he's inherited the ability to revisit and amend any moment in his own life, Tim decides to use his newfound gift to woo his dream woman Mary. But just when she falls for him, an unfortunate twist in time makes them complete strangers again. So to win back Mary's heart, Tim has to return to the past over and over, learning moving lessons about the present as he tries to perfect his future.

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Contains infrequent strong language and moderate sex references

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