Somewhere in Time Synopsis
Playwright (Christopher Reeve) seeks the actress (Jane Seymour) in a vintage portrait.
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Variety

A charming, witty, passionate romantic drama about a love transcending space and time, Somewhere In Time is an old-fashioned film in the...
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63

TV Guide

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Jeannot Szwarc does well in the director's chair, and Jean-Pierre Dorleac deserves special commendation for his costumes. But Seymour is...
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50

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
The whole movie is so solemn, so worshipful toward its theme, that it's finally just silly.
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50

Boston Globe

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Somewhere in Time is a glossy, flossy and intermittently interesting piece of kitsch which, with more sensitive craftsmanship, could have...
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30

The New York Times

By Vincent Canby
The screenplay is priceless (funny) and it's Mr. Reeve who sets the film's tone. Unfortunately, his unshadowed good looks, granite profile,...
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12

The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Jay Scott
The manner in which the writer, Richard Matheson, and Jeannot Szwarc, in his glory days the director of Jaws II, conspire to tell the story...
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10

Chicago Reader

By Dave Kehr
Director Jeannot Szwarc strains hard for spectacular visual effects, though he's barely able to compose a competent close-up.
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Rated PG
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 12+ Moony time travel tale is best for incurable romantics.
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