Last Updated on December 4, 2020 by scottkandh
This Blogtober post is my Top 10 Favorite Time Travel Movies with a brief overview. If you like this post, you might like Blogtober Day 2 – Halloween Movies Bucket List.
Back to the Future
Back to the Future (BTTF) is a personal favorite of mine, I’ve seen it countless times. Back to the Future could not have been possible without HG Well’s, The Time Machine. Very seldom is a sequel to a movie as good as the first one, with BTTF, it’s a toss-up between the first two movies as to which one was the better of the two. They both had their moments, but BTTF 2 takes a higher priority because it involved going into the future and then coming back to change the past. Talk about blowing your mind.
Christopher Lloyd stole the show as Marty McFly’s friend Doc Emmett Brown.
The Time Machine
There are two versions of this movie. The first one is the one pictured below (at the bottom) and the other one is with Guy Pearce (the top two). The first movie to appear is the better of the two with its special effects when he uses the time machine to go into the future. The 2nd movie is pretty good that it features a virtual librarian who knows all literature and even knows HG Wells and his fascination with time travel questions. Timecop
Edge of Tomorrow
I’ve always liked the movies Tom Cruise has been in, especially the Mission Impossible Series. This one didn’t let me down. It takes a different approach to time travel by resetting the clock back to replay the day.
Somewhere in Time
What a wonderful movie that has time travel and a love relationship with Christopher Reeve and the beautiful Jane Seymour. I don’t want to provide any spoiler alerts for this movie, but if you like time travel, it’s a must-see movie. It’s a different approach to time travel through using the power of hypnosis. He’s obsessed with finding out more, especially since he met her once before at one of his first plays (when she was older).
This is one of the few movies regarding time travel that I observed you can’t be in the same space at the same time. If that premise were true in other time travel movies, a lot of them wouldn’t have been possible with that in place.
Starts off a little slow but it’s a good movie worth watching. Gerald Butler steals the show in this movie and is the person to watch.
The Lake House
Once again, Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock team up in another movie. This time they have a closer relationship. They are lovers, but from two different time periods and they are writing to each other through a mailbox at the Lake House.
Kate & Leopold
A beautiful love story. Time travel in this one exists by jumping through a time portal. The only other time I’ve seen a time portal where you have to jump through it is Men in Black III where you have to get high. Not on drugs high, but high up. There’s probably more than one, if you can think of one, drop me a line to let me know which one.
My Dad loved to watch baseball and the star in this one and his son also have a love for baseball. The time travel in this one is through communicating through a ham radio where they are both on the same Frequency. I don’t want to give a spoiler alert but Dennis Quaid and Jim Caviezel are both a pleasure to watch in this time travel movie.
Time After Time
I had this one at the bottom of the list. I was hoping they could have done a lot more about time travel with the time machine. But time travel in itself isn’t the main focus, the main focus is on the relationship of HG Wells and his wife (to be).
Below you can click on the image to pin or follow to my other pins for Time Travel on Pinterest Artwork. Enjoy and Happy Pinning.
Do you have a favorite Time Travel movie that’s not depicted above? Please let me know so I can add it to Pinterest if it’s not listed or on Pinterest.
Before you take off please take a quick moment to let me know which of these is your favorite time travel movie (or select other). Just choose one, please.
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