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The Time Traveler’S Wife — The Starlog Review

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While writing this review, I became unstuck in time. Suddenly, I was seeing stars on Halloween 1988 in New York City, then shooting off to Australia to meet people in February 1993 followed by Christmas caroling edged with snowflakes in 1974 West Virginia. Before I knew what I was doing, I was watching The Hunger in a Manhattan screening room in 1983. And then Chicago, briefly, in the 1990s, don’t know exactly when—July something. The women kept changing. But they were the same in that they all married someone else, not me. What’s up with that?

Was it something I said?

Or more likely done (or maybe not done or will yet do)? I blame time travel. You see, in studying time travel romance (as presented in this movie), I have discovered/will discover that going missing at (in)convenient times can stress a relationship. “Honey, can you take out the trash?
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Review: ‘The Time Traveler’s Wife’

I want to begin by telling you up front that what I am about to say may shock some of you. In fact, some of you may choose never to read my reviews again. Prepare yourselves, because I am about to make one bold statement… The Time Traveler’S Wife is one of the best love stories Ever told. There. Now, that wasn’t that bad, was it? With that said, I would liked to have seen a few better casting choices.

The film was based on Audrey Niffenegger’s novel of the same name, adapted for the screen by Bruce Joel Rubin (Ghost, Jacob’S Ladder) and directed by Robert Schwentke (Tattoo, Flight Plan). At one hour and 47 minutes in length, the film can feel a bit slow at times in the first two acts, but the pace of the third act certainly makes up for having patience. The
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'The Time Traveler's Wife' Goes to New York for World Premiere

On Wednesday, August 12, two days before it opens wide in theaters, "The Time Traveler's Wife" got a red carpet treatment at the Big Apple as Warner Bros. Pictures threw a world premiere event for the romantic drama in Ziegfeld Theatre. Before the special screening took place at 7:00 P.M., a number of celebrities were spotted posing for the press at the red carpet.

Among those present were the film's leading actors, Eric Bana and Rachel McAdams. Bana was seen arriving along with his wife Rebecca Gleeson. Joining them were Ron Livingston who plays Gomez, Jane McLean who portrays Charisse, and the young cast members, Hailey McCann, Tatum McCann and Brooklynn Proulx.

Beside the cast ensemble, director Robert Schwentke and writer Bruce Joel Rubin were also captured posing at the red carpet with some of the cast attending. Brad Pitt, who serves as the film's executive producer, also came out to show his support.
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Interview clips and film clips in from 'The Time Traveler's Wife'

See new film clips and interview clips from New Line Cinema's "The Time Traveler's Wife," starring Eric Bana, Rachel McAdams, Ron Livingston, Brooklynn Proulx, Tatum McCann, Alex Ferris and Philip Craig. Bruce Joel Rubin adapted the screenplay based on the novel written by Audrey Niffenegger. Clare (Rachel McAdams) has been in love with Henry (Eric Bana) her entire life. She believes they are destined to be together, even though she never knows when they will be separated: Henry is a time traveler--cursed with a rare genetic anomaly that causes him to live his life on a shifting timeline, skipping back and forth through the years with no control. Despite the fact that Henry's travels force them apart with no warning, and never knowing when they will be reunited, Clare desperately tries to build a life with her one true love...
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Smith, The Nine, and Eyes: DirecTV to Air Cancelled TV Shows

The networks frustrate their viewers by prematurely canceling dramas. Well, for fans of Smith, The Nine, and Eyes, things are about to get a little better.

Smith revolves around a group of thieves and features Ray Liotta, Virginia Madsen, Simon Baker, Jonny Lee Miller, Franky G, Amy Smart, Chris Bauer, Shohreh Aghdashloo, K'Sun Ray, Tatum McCann, Lisa Vidal, Valarie Rae Miller, Elden Henson and Sidney S. Liufau.

The Nine follows a group of bank robbery victims. It showcases Lourdes Benedicto, John Billingsley, Jessica Collins, Tim Daly, Dana Davis, Camille Guaty, Chi McBride, Kim Raver, Scott Wolf, Owain Yeoman, Jeffrey Pierce, Tom Verica, Kim Staunton, and Michael Emanuel.

Eyes centers around a moralistic legal firm and stars Daly, Eric Mabius, Laura Leighton, Rick Worthy, A.J. Langer, Natalie Zea, Reg Rogers, and Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon. Five episodes aired on ABC, leaving seven unseen.

Satellite television provider DirecTV has been looking for ways to
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