The Time Travelers Wife

Henry (Eric Bana) has a severe case of the time travels. A genetic anomaly causes him to simply vanish and reappear somewhere in the past or future. Unfortunately, his clothes don’t come along for the ride. As if all his naked clothes hunting weren’t enough, his temporal flitting about severely complicates his relationship with Clare (Rachel McAdams), the woman he has loved across time.

ClearPlay in Action!

ClearPlay’s job in this movie is primarily to remove some scenes of sexuality and some nudity. Also ClearPlayed are several uses of the ’s‘ word, ’a‘ word, and some religious exclamations. The movie cleans up nicely but is still aimed at an older audience.

Should I Take Time to Travel to the Rental Store?…

Based on a book of the same name, The Time Traveler’s Wife is solidly a romance with a dash of sci-fi. While romantic and touching at times, it does suffer from a meandering, directionless plot, becoming a string of tenuously connected scenes where it is often difficult to discern where Henry is in time. Nevertheless, fans of romantic dramas will likely enjoy this story’s twist on the traditional tale of love and heartache. At the very least, the film is a great metaphor for "that thing you do that I thought was so cute while we were dating is really annoying now that we’re married."

Brian Fuller—Chrono Impaired ClearPlay Reviewer

Rated PG-13 for thematic elements, brief disturbing images, nudity and sexuality.; 107 min; Directed By Robert Schwentke