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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

The Time Traveler's Wife

 The Time Traveler's Wife is a 2009 film based on a novel of the same name. The movie
stars Eric Bana as Henry DeTamble, who has a genetic disorder that causes him to time travel randomly. In turn, this complicates his ability to build a romantic relationship with his love Clare, who is played by Rachel McAdams.

97 comments:

  1. "a genetic disorder that causes him to time travel randomly"


    ...-_-...

    All I gotta say there lol.

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  2. It was pretty good movie...Time traveling fetus is what made the movie for me.

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  3. genetic disorder.
    XD I haven't seen it, I shouldn't judge, but thats funny

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  4. time traveling fetus?..............

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  5. Got a trailer in there somewhere? :P

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  6. as a molecular bio major, i dont recall hearing of any genetic disorders allowing time travel haha

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  7. This was a truely magnificient movie to watch. Kept me focused the whole time.

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  8. If I'm being honest I didn't really like the movie. I'm thinking of reading the book because I like the concept - just think the film was poorly executed.

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  9. well the premise is interesting but I doubt i'll be checking this one out just doesn't sound like something I would enjoy

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  10. Somehow I dislike time-traveling... If the past is changed this should not happen... If this does not happen the past will not change ect...

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  11. lol a didn't know it was about that. I always assumed it was some crap. Might look into it especially after hearing about a time travelling fetus!

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  12. I've never ha the chance to see this before.

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  13. My girlfriend made me watch this and I thought it was pretty good!

    The ending is a great suprise!

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  14. i remember eric bana in the hulk, was ok - might watch this one

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  15. Rachel McAdams' smile could probably cure leprosy... Everywhere...

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  16. I remember seeing the billboards for this flick around town and thought, too bad I'll never watch this movie....because I could stare at Rachel McAdams on the poster all day!

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  17. great post, think i might watch it!

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  18. Didn't think it seemed like my kinda thing, but maybe i was wrong1

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  19. I always wanted to watch this film, because time travels are always good (even if caused by a genetic disorder)

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  20. So many award winning genetic disorders...elephant man, benjamin button, and this.

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  21. Haven't seen this one, but the plot reminds me of the movie "the butterfly effect".

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  22. "who has a genetic disorder that causes him to time travel randomly" hahaha that's quite a nice genetic disorder

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  23. I fell asleep when I watched. Maybe I'll give it another shot.

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  24. I thought this movie was so beautiful! Its about the romance; the sci-fi stuff was just to set up the lovey part. I like that about movies such as this one.

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  25. "who has a genetic disorder that causes him to time travel randomly."

    Wow... haha

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  26. I hate how my wife got a movie before I did...

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  27. Did I mention that Rachel McAdams' smile is considered to be a schedule two narcotic in some states?

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  28. Didn't look like my kind of movie. Book might be interesting and I might consider checking out at some point

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  29. nice blog and I wait for my blog

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  30. not sure if i want to watch this movie

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  31. My girl told me just the other day that I should watch this.

    All the pink in here makes me think it's a bit of a chick-flick, but eh...
    Why not

    Cheers

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  32. I heard good things about this movie, but a genetic disorder?

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  34. I love this movie. Completely underrated.

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  35. glad i don't have this genetic disorder.

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  36. I loved this movie, i saw it with my fiance and she loved it too~

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  37. I've seen the movie... a bit disappointing...

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  38. This seems interesting regarding the time travel. I'll have to check it out sometime.

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  39. Never seen this movie, not exactly my cup o' tea

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  40. never heard of this one, going to check it out

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  41. I will watch the movie, thanks!

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  42. Nope, never seen it. I dunno if Ill like it. :/

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  43. Oh man, I really wish I saw this in theaters :(

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  44. My sister has a copy of the book.
    I think I'll read the book first.

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  45. Strange premise, but I've seen worse premises in a good movie.

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  46. Great post, I might watch it!

    + followed:)

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  47. In 1945, Rachel McAdams's smile was considered as the one weapon to defeat Hitler. The only thing that stopped the plan from going forward was her not being born yet...

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  48. Ahahaha good movie yeah
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  49. Rotten Tomatoes gives this mixed review, but I'll check it out thanks.

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  51. rachel was so awesome in this movie!
    i watched it three times, still looking for a dvd version :)

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  52. did I mention that I really like her smile?

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  53. For some reason I had it stuck in my mind that this was probably a poorly-made movie and not worth watching. I seriously have no idea why I haven't seen it yet, despite the premise being freaking awesome. I'm following you in hopes of more where that came from!

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  54. was this really any good? I've never seen it not sure if I should watch...



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  55. ive been feeling extremely mushy as of late. I'll give this a shot

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  56. Havent seen this flick but, it looks like a very tedious and loooong Chick flick for a Guy to Endure

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  57. good film, following and supporting

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  58. What Malkavian said xD

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  60. Haven't seen this, but I heard it's great ;)

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  61. I'm sure this movie is amazing, I'm a new supporter of your blog and saw in archives you posted "Cool Runnings" a while back. Mad Ups!

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  62. I read the book but never saw the movie, might watch it sometime.

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  63. I've heard mixed reviews on this movie, but I'll probably watch it someday

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  64. Not heard anything about this film...

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  65. I will see this for sure. Thanks for news my brother.

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  66. Rachel McAdams <3
    i will watch for her
    i loved your blog nice stuff

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  67. I didn't hear great things about this film but Glengarry Glen Ross is a classic.

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  68. i dont think this film is underrated. a lot of women know about it.


    im gonna follow you, i enjoy movie reccomedations

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  69. A novel turned into a movie...well?! WHAT?!

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  70. Good movie very cool idea

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  71. a genetic disorder that causes him to time travel randomly

    What the shit?!

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  72. Why is it underrated? Tell usmore

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