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Film Review - About Time


Writer/director Richard Curtis is known for his comfortable cinema. The creator of “Love Actually” and the misfire “Pirate Radio,” Curtis has developed a filmmaking voice that’s sentimental, concerned with variances of feelings and relationships. “About Time” continues his journey as an architect of sensitivity, only here the warmth has a slightly sci-fi touch to it, concerning the impossible realm of time travel. Even though the picture has every opportunity to slip into the fantastical, it remains intimate and natural. Well, as natural as a Curtis movie can get. Unpredictable and heartbreaking, “About Time” is a wonderfully executed effort, smart with its scripting and parting messages on the value of being present. Read the rest at


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