Hannah Russell (Mags Creative: Deliciously Ella, Honestly with Clemmie Telford) and Georgie Grier (The Screenster Podcast) join Flixwatcher to review the 2013 Richard Curtis romantic drama About Time.

Tim (Domhnall Gleeson) is let into a secret by his father James (Bill Nighy) that all the men (yes, the men only) can travel back in time. Tim uses this opportunity to go back in time to stalk/make Mary (Rachel McAdams) fall in love with him. There is more time travel that services his own best interests (if he prevents his sister from being involved in a car crash he would have a son instead of a daughter) and again when he nearly forfeits having another child because it would stop him traveling back in time to spend more time with his father.

It’s two hours about a very selfish man or a charming romantic drama depending on how you look at things. Ignoring any inconsistencies about the logistics of time travel About Time favours male white privilege and all of the female characters are poorly written (Mary’s only interest is Kate Moss).


Both guests and Kobi found it charming and heartwarming, let’s just say Helen was less favourable towards it! Despite low scores across the board from Helen About Time scores 3.86 overall.

What do you guys think? Have you seen About Time? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!


Episode #140 Crew Links


Thanks to the Episode #140 Crew of  Hannah Russell (@hannahruss) from Mags Creative: Deliciously Ella,(@mags.creative) Honestly with Clemmie Telford and Georgie Grier (@georgie_grier) from The Screenster Podcast


Find their websites online at https://www.magscreative.co.uk/ and  https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-screenster-podcast/id1453025577


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More about About Time


For more info on About Time, you can visit About Time IMDb page here or About Time Rotten Tomatoes page here.


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Kong: Skull Island

A U.S. military and scientific team sets out to survey an uncharted remote island, unaware of the gigantic surprise that lies in wait for them.


Added to UK Netflix: 19th October 2019

Daddy’s Home 2

The blissful co-parenting groove of dads Brad and Dusty is disrupted by a holiday visit from their fathers — one a macho man, the other a softie.


Added to UK Netflix: 19th October 2019



When a widow gets swindled out of insurance money, her search for answers leads to two cunning lawyers in Panama who hide cash for the superrich.


Added to UK Netflix: 18th October 2019

The Game Changers

Special Forces trainer James Wilks asks elite athletes to compare the merits of meat, protein and plants for building strength. Spoiler: plants win.


Added to UK Netflix: 16th October 2019


With his desperate parents in tow, an 11-year-old boy with a debilitating illness checks into an isolated clinic to undergo experimental therapy.


Added to UK Netflix: 18th October 2019

Films Leaving Netflix

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Rio 2

Blu, Jewel and their three youngsters visit the Amazon, where they find adventure, friends old and new, and even a little danger.

Leaving: 28th October 2019


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