DirectorJulian Fellowes Duration Music directorIlan Eshkeri LanguageEnglish
WriterLucy M. Boston, Julian Fellowes Release date15 October 2009 (2009-10-15) (BFI London)
24 September 2010 (2010-09-24) (United Kingdom) CastMaggie Smith (Linnet), Dominic West (Caxton), Timothy Spall (Boggis), Carice van Houten (Maria Oldknow), Alexander Nathan Etel (Tolly), Pauline Collins (Mrs. Tweedle) Similar moviesTerminator Genisys, The Visitors II: The Corridors of Time, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Black Knight, Star Trek, Army of Darkness
From time to time trailer
From Time to Time is a 2009 British fantasy drama film directed by Julian Fellowes and starring Maggie Smith, Timothy Spall, Carice van Houten, Alex Etel, Eliza Bennett, Elisabeth Dermot-Walsh, Dominic West, Hugh Bonneville, Kwayedza Kureya, and Pauline Collins. It was adapted from Lucy M. Boston's children's novel The Chimneys of Green Knowe (1958). The film was shot in Athelhampton Hall, Dorset.
From time to time 2009 trailer maggie smith alex etel
This British ghostly haunting story spanning two worlds, a century apart, is set in 1944, near the end of World War II. Tolly, 13, arrives at his grandmother's country house, Green Knowe, after his father is reported missing in action. His grandmother (Maggie Smith) is faced with selling Green Knowe for financial reasons. Tolly soon discovers he can magically travel in time mysteriously between the present and the 19th century in the old manor house, and he begins an adventure that unlocks family secrets laid buried for generations. Exciting events include a terrible fire, a tale of stolen jewels, and threats of a press gang.
Maggie Smith as Mrs. Thomas Oldknow (née Oldknow)
Alex Etel as Tolly Oldknow
Timothy Spall as Boggis
Pauline Collins as Mrs. Tweedle
Eliza Bennett as Susan Oldknow (as Eliza Hope Bennett)
Rachel Bell as Perkins
Dominic West as John Caxton
Carice van Houten as Maria Oldknow
Douglas Booth as Sefton Oldknow
Jenny McCracken as Mrs. Gross
Christine Lohr as Mrs. Robbins
Allen Leech as Fred Boggis
Hugh Bonneville as Captain Thomas Oldknow
Kwayedza Kureya as Jacob
Harriet Walter as Lady Gresham
On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a score of 43% fresh rating based on reviews from seven critics and a rating average of 5.9 out of 10. Tom Huddleston of Time Out described the film as "an emotionally wise but logically skewed children’s tale", the logical inconsistencies of which "largely restricts the film’s appeal to bookish pre-teens". Henry Fitzherbert of the Daily Express praised the actors' performances, particularly Smith's, and noted that it "casts a magical spell by the touching conclusion".