Review: Possible initial impressions of books, movies, games, music clip and others sometimes be ill-considered. In my opinion no re working hours over time. I believe, however, that I will not change my opinion of About Time, was sheer brilliance quite bowled me over. Not only one of the best movies I've seen recently. A one of the best I've ever seen. Yes, I feel that the time good.About a romantic comedy about the vicissitudes of life and love. A funny, smart, clever and very funny. But that also may be a bit surprising depth film. At the heart of the film is the relationship between Tim (Domnhall Gleeson), a young lawyer who lives in London, and his father (Bill Nighy), who Tims lives with his mother (Lindsay Duncan) in Cornwall. Tims father's time travel. He can not change history when doing so, but he can review the experiences and events in their own lives and change their outcome . Tim has the ability inherited from his father (who look to be present in the male descendant of the family). He uses it to improve their love life. He built a strong bond and a young family with Mary (Rachel McAdams). However, he understood the incredible gift he did not protect him from the normal ups and downs of family life. In fact, it is one of the most moving scenes in the film (and there are many) conversations with his father Tim have in learning a second cancer is terminal. There are performances, screenplay, direction and the excellent song. A very good joke. There is a funny scene where Tim eager to meet potential in-laws for the first time and blurts out the confession that he and Mary had practiced oral sex. Sex scene is very funny as well. Includes music song by The Cure, Amy Winehouse and Nick Cave. In fact, seen the song cave, into my hands, to be the root cause for the themes depicted in films and received special mention by Tims father when he discussed his funeral arrangements with Tim. On time, smart and funny film very watchable could be so easily descended into mawkishness and sentimentality. But it is not. An excellent film that raises many questions in the minds of key audiences about life, love and loyalty. Do not go and see it. 10/10.