MOVIE REVIEW: THE TIME TRAVELER'S WIFE
How can I complain about my husband not being home for dinner in that last post? At least he's not a time traveler. (Hardy har har.)
First, I need to admit that I did not read this book. I have no idea how this book differs from the movie. I imagine that it is probably a really good book. The premise is intriguing - a science fiction, time traveling, love story. However, the movie left me depressed and asking too many questions.
Why does Rachel McAdams never really age? Why did Eric Bana get gray hair so early? Why does she stay with him? How many times do they play the lottery? Was it really necessary to see Eric Bana's bare backside so many times? Is Ron Livingston gaining weight or is it just my imagination? Wouldn't it have been more interesting if he had accidentally shot himself at the end? Or perhaps killed in a big shoot out with the police?
Most of all, it left me wondering how and when I am going to die. Will it be peaceful? Will it be in an airplane? Will I be old? Will my death be anti-climatic like the end of this movie? I hope not.