Tired of trips to crowded theaters full of noisy kids and overpriced food? Had your fill of vapid reality shows on TV? Wondering what to stock your Netflix queue with? Every week, “It Came From the Video Store” will point you in the direction of a movie that is worth seeing and should be available in a video store near you.
This weekend, The Time Traveler’s Wife will be released in theaters — finally filling that “young pretty people in a time travel romance movie”-shaped hole in our hearts that has been empty since The Lake House. But what about those dumpy, middle-aged moviegoers? Not everybody looks like Eric Bana or Rachel McAdams. Where will the rest of America find the time paradox-infused film that we can relate to? Well, if you are willing to venture outside the comfort zone that is Hollywood mainstream and read some subtitles, you can pick up a copy of the 2007 Spanish film Timecrimes.
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