Like “The Time Traveler’s Wife”, ten series and movies where love travels through time

In the series, which launches this Monday on OCS, a sculptor falls in love with a time -run librarian. The opportunity to get back to ten fictions whose heroes suffer the rigors of temporal journeys.

r “The Time Traveler’s Wife”, by Steven Moffat (2022)

Clare and Henry are in love with each other. One day they will get married. Only problem: Henry has a strange disability, which pushes him over time … Adapted without the finesse of cinema (Out of time, by Robert Schwentke, 2009), the novel by Audrey Niffenegger time is useless (ed. Michel Lafon) offers exceptional dramatic material to Steven Moffat (Sherlock). Between pure romcom with melodramatic impulses, absurd comedy and SF tragedy, The Wife of the Time Traveler Also enjoyed the beauty of the main couple, Rose Leslie (Game Of Thrones) and Theo James (Divergent).
At OCS from May 16th.

q “Doctor Who”, by Sydney Newman (since 1963)

Doctor Who, then translated by David Tennant, and his most beautiful love story, River Song (Alex Kingston).

BBC photo / © SCI FI Channel

The most famous of SF’s heroes on British television, the space-time traveler with multiple incarnations, lives many failed loves. Among her favorites (this nearly a thousand -year -old alien has two), an Aztec woman named Cameca and Madame de Pompadour herself. Not to mention the Doctor’s vague feelings for his assistants. We don’t forget the tears that David Tennant shed when Rose (Billie Piper), a prisoner of a parallel universe, confesses her love for him in a sad episode titled “Adieu Rose”, which is why to the sinking of many others. .. married Elizabeth ID and Marilyn Monroe, but her most beautiful love story is called River Song (Alex Kingston), an archaeologist from LIand century, also a time traveler. Difficult to agree on a regular schedule…
In Prime Video and SyFy

r Groundhog Day by Harold Ramis (1993)

Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell on Groundhog Day.

Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell on Groundhog Day.


The infernal adventure of Phil Connors (Bill Murray) is not just a love story, but the relationship between his hero, the angry weatherman, and his partner played by Andie MacDowell, remains central to it. At first, these two hated each other. However, by repeating the same day (that marmot festival, a tiring local tradition), he can learn to appreciate it, to know it heartily and then to admire it. A funny and touching seduction but a little embarrassing if you think about it, because the young woman was completely unaware of the clock at which Phil Connors was tied, and that he took advantage of her to fall for his bukton
On VOD and DVD.

r “Palm Springs”, by Max Barbakow (2020)

Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti, of

Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti, of “Palm Springs”.

Photo by Christopher Willard/Hulu

Invited to a California wedding, Nyles (Andy Samberg) also lives the same day ad kasukaon. Except that his relationship with Sarah (Cristin Milioti) is based on an unprecedented dynamic, which is better to reserve the surprise. Once the concept is set up, the viewer finds himself or herself driven into a whirlwind of good ideas, big gags – alcohol ready – and of course emotions. With an inevitable question: will they be together forever?
In Prime Video.

ohAbout time “, by Richard Curtis (2013)

Rachel McAdams and Domhnall Gleeson in ‘About About Time’ by Richard Curtis.

Rachel McAdams and Domhnall Gleeson in ‘About About Time’ by Richard Curtis.

Translux – Working Title Movies

A young man (Domhnall Gleeson) discovers that he can travel time. A gift from heaven that he will not use to experience amazing things, but only to be happy with the young woman of his choice (Rachel McAdams). Richard Curtis (Love for real) wants to innovate the (usually repetitive) art of sentimental comedy, but, like the hero of his film, he lacks fantasy. Until the end of the suppression of the (usually invented) art of science fiction.
In Prime Video.

rLost “, by JJ Abrams and Damon Lindelof (2004-2010)

Henry Ian Cusick of

Henry Ian Cusick in the “Lost” LOST 2008 TV series produced by JJ Abrams, Damon Lindelof and Bryan Burk season 4 episode 5. Prod DB © ABC – Bad Robot – ABC Signature

ABC – Bad Robot – ABC Signature / Collection Prod DB

It’s just one of many, many themes, but love through the offerings of the season lost one of his most beautiful episodes, The consistent. celebrated lost in time in VF, it’s a period of uncontrollable temporal leap of Desmond Hume (Henry Ian Cusick), struck by an illness that can be fatal for him if he can’t find his “constant”, a sign that allows him to position himself in time. This is Penny (Sonya Walger), her partner, who has been desperately looking for her since her disappearance … A virtuoso, touching stage, where love is stronger than in years past.
At Disney+.

q “Outlander”, by Ron D. Moore (since 2014)

Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan in

Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan in “Outlander”, a series by Ron D. Moore.

Starz – Tall Ship Productions – Story Mining & Supply Co. – Left Bank Pictures – Sony Pictures Television

This adaptation of the series of novels by Diana Gabaldon, The Thorn and the Tartan (ed. Presses de la Cité), in 1945 a wartime nurse, Claire Randall (Caitriona Balfe), traveled to Scotland (formerly France and the United States) in the mid-eighteenth century.and century. There he meets a warrior from the Highlands, Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) … This sentimental historical fresco, which replaces soap and brutal twists, uses the travels of its characters between 18and century, after World War II and in the 1970s to examine their emotional struggle.
In Starz Play.

qPeggy Sue Is Married “, by Francis Ford Coppola (1986)

Kathleen Turner and Nicolas Cage of

Kathleen Turner and Nicolas Cage in Francis Ford Coppola’s “Peggy Sue Got Married”.


As she prepares for divorce, Peggy Sue (Kathleen Turner) plans twenty -five years ago, high school prom night … Pastel Sixties, more than a clever game, fleeting moments of emotion and a rhythm that takes more from Buddy Holly’s ballad than from the frenzied rock of a Bill Haley, Coppola signed an impressive fable of frustration. Yesterday doesn’t have to be more beautiful than today and it’s useless to dream otherwise. We would have liked less intelligent nostalgia.
On VOD and DVD.

sMidnight in Paris “, by Woody Allen (2011)

Marion Cotillard and Owen Wilson in

Marion Cotillard and Owen Wilson in “Midnight in Paris”, by Woody Allen

Gravier Productions – Mediapro

Gil, a disillusioned screenwriter (Owen Wilson), is attracted to Paris in the 1920s, where Hemingway and Picasso, Cole Porter and the Fitzgeralds hold shoulders … And because Paris is a miracle, a party, a fairy tale, here At the bend of a road, in the middle of the night, a car from another age takes him through time, to his idols and… the woman of his life (Marion Cotillard). Here, everything is fast, playful, windy. The dead move, intervene, help the eternally dissatisfied beings we have to think of their neuroses. Between the past and us, they are always digging up clues. We have to understand them, to understand them.
On MyCanal.

r “22.11.63”, by Bridget Carpenter (2016)

“22.11.63”, with James Franco and Sarah Gadon

Warner Bros.

Jake Epping, a lone professor of literature (James Franco), discovered the space-time portal behind a restaurant en route to Dallas, a few weeks before the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963… adaptation of a Stephen King novel with the air of a historical thriller hides a sad sentimental drama about the importance of seizing the present and living without remorse. A beautiful love story, able to move even at certain lengths.

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