Director Richard Curtis (Love Actually, Notting Hill, Four Weddings and a Funeral) is the master of british comedy.
In his new movie, Tim, a 21 years old guy, always fails in meeting new love. Until his father reveals to him that all the men in their family can travel in time. Tim uses it to seduc girls, because for him, "it was always going to be about love". He falls in love with Mary, then comes back in time and loses her number, so he must try to find her again. Later on, when his dad passes away, he must choose between sticking to the past or building a family of his own.
This movie is funny and touching at the same time, and I recommend it for the dialogues, the emotion and the excellent cast.
Starring Rachel McAdams (The Vow, Sherlock Holmes) as Mary, Domhnall Gleeson (Harry Potter, Anna Karenina) as Tim, and Bill Nighy (Love Actually, Good Morning England) as his father - 9/10.