About Time

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Tim buys his lunch in a Pret A Manger, the assistant charges him £4.24. When he time travels back, she charges him £6.23. (01:40:05 - 01:41:55)

Plot hole: They aren't able to travel before the birth of their children or their children become different. Despite that, he visits his father one last time before their third child is born. His Dad and he then travel back to when he was a kid, which would have changed his first 2 kids.

Plot hole: When Tim takes his sister Kit Kat back in time, she gets a sudden brain change as she realises she's now going out with his friend and finds him attractive in the changed timeline. However, Tim has no idea anything's different in his life until he gets home and discovers his daughter has become a son.

Jon Sandys Premium member

Continuity mistake: When Mary tries different dresses and shows them to Tim, Tim has increasingly messier hair. At the end, when she tries again the first dress, though, he suddenly looks the same as in the beginning. Presumably the first and last sequences were filmed together, then the rest.

Visible crew/equipment: Right before Henry opens the door for Tim, in their first encounter, a cameraman can be seen reflected in the right side of the glass. (00:17:50)

nicolasmalza

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