Originally Posted by FredProgGH
Exactly, that's why I'm hedging what I'm saying the way I'm am. There are no flawless time travel movies, just those that come closer to a logical story than others, or entertain so well you don't bother to tear it apart looking for the loose ends. I put Time After Time
in the latter category.
Mary Steenburgen got married to Malcom McDowell? Far out, I never knew that.
Yes, they had/have two kids, but shortly after they got married, he became addicted to cocaine and other things and made their marriage a nightmare for several years. They split, he went cold turkey sober (not necessarily in that order) and hasn't had anything - alcohol, drugs, cigarettes - for 20 years, and he remarried (since 1990 or 1991) and has another child.
And ... despite the flaw I mentioned (considering the genius that Wells was), the movie was entertaining. I heard that A SOUND OF THUNDER was terrible, speaking of time travel movies.