||Domhnall Gleeson, Rachael McAdams, Bill Nighy
|Source of story
||An original screenplay
||Reaching the age of 21, a young man is told by his father that he has inherited the ability to travel in time. To start with he uses this to replay his attempts to chat up girls with some success, but when he makes more major changes to the temporal stream things start to go awry.
||Light humour at family gatherings. Some non explicit sex scenes. Some Richard Curtis feel good comedy.
||The essence of the film, which is time travel, is handled poorly so one’s questions about the film’s logic constantly interrupt the course of the plot. But it is generally inoffensive and the players are likeable.