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The Time Traveler's Wife

User rating: 3.87 44 Reviews | Write a Review

In Theaters: August 14, 2009

PG-13 | Fantasy, Drama, Romance, Sci-Fi | 1h 47m

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User rating: 3.87

Based on 348 votes and 44 reviews.

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User rating: July 6, 2010

Never in my life have I seen a worst movie. I thought maybe I just didn't like it because i'm a fan of the book. But my friend who hadn't read the book said (when the movie ended) "Huh? What the heck? That movie makes no sense whatsoever!! Sooooo stupid!" So there's a warning.... don't watch it!

User rating: March 4, 2010

i was hugely dissapointed especially after wanting 2 see it so bad. it was too slow a total waste of ''time''. just horrible

User rating: January 22, 2010

Great Movie! I loved it and can't wait for it on DVD!

User rating: January 20, 2010

Wow... What a moving movie.

User rating: November 8, 2009

not good ,a waste of time...poor movie

User rating: October 29, 2009

good movie, although Mcadams needs to put on some weight! Could see her damn spinal cord!

User rating: September 25, 2009

I have never read the novel but I did enjoy the movie. Have Kleenex tissue handy. Crying is possible. Eric Bana - YUMMY!

User rating: September 22, 2009

Fantastic! :) Rachael McAdams was great~!!!

User rating: September 20, 2009

It was brutally awful!! We couldn't wait for it to finish so we could sneak into Funny People!!

User rating: September 19, 2009

If I'd seen this movie before reading the book, I might have liked it better. This movie should really have been called the Time Traveller as it was presented entirely from his perspective and was clearly his story. The title "The Time Traveller's Wife" really made sense for the book as it was written largely from her perspective, but did not apply at all to this film, which really didn't capture the essense of the book at all.