I found this movie absolutely amazing. When it came out I don't think it recieved the audience it deserved, but after hearing how good it was I searched it out, as everyone should. This movie is so well woven, not just a mystery, not just a story of a father connecting with a son, but all this and much more, done in a beautiful, un-campy way. I would not consider this a "time travel" movie, but quite differently one of hope. Of a man just wishing for a bit more time with his parents, a man searching for some kind of happiness in his life. Well scripted, well acted, and complete, I highly recommend this movie.
What bothers me is that some reviewers on this page have expressed bluntly that they will not see this film because of the recent role Jim Caviezel has portrayed in the film "The Passion of the Christ." Certainly everyone is entitled to their opinions. But my heart goes out to these individuals, that they would be so quick to shun, and even criticize a film such as "Frequency," a film that they have not seen, and would miss out on just because they cannot separate the actor from the role. And to say that Jim Caviezel would bring "an evil" (as one reviewer explicitly states) to this film makes me sudder at the closed-mindedness one could posses. I'm not here to address "The Passion of the Christ," but I will say that by judging blindly, one can miss out on great experiences.