A movie different from Eric Bana, who plays Hector, the favorite character of the Troy movie, “The Time Traveler’s Wife”.
The film has a subject where a fantastic story is kneaded with intensified love. Henry (Eric Bana) has the ability to travel in time for an unknown reason. However, this skill has also been described as a curse in some cases for Henry. He also met Clare (Rachel McAdams), who worked in a library in Chicago, and fell in love with this beautiful woman. Henry, who can not hide but also share the effect of time travel on his body and psychology, has great problems with his beloved Clare. Information about the future and the disasters that come to the past turn Henry’s life into a dungeon.
A well-intentioned but unsuccessful movie, “The Wife of the Time Traveler”, which is caught between fantasy and love movie and cannot satisfy both issues with the effect of this jam. I think that this is the subject that needs to be discussed and evaluated, whether the movie that won the Best Fantastic Movie Actress award for Rachel McAdams, who accompanied her as Clare in the Eric Bana centered story, for her performance. I get angry at the screenwriters who couldn’t improve the script because it remained a movie that was mentioned in this way when it could be better. A time-consuming movie.