The bookgroup watched The Time-Traveler's Wife together the other night (TTW as a novel was a group pick some time in 2008). I liked it, there were good performances from all the actors, and the movie was so lovely, very pretty cinematography.
I'm a little on-the-fence about the script adaptation. While the writer did a good job of keeping the storyline easy to follow for the audience I did miss the minutiae and side-roads Niffenegger winds down in the book. I also loved the book's convention of opening a scene with the date and how old Clare and Henry are in the scene; it would have translated well onto the screen so I wish the writer/director/editor had used the idea. I did, however, like the way Gomez was rehabilitated from a skeez-bag (loathed that character in the book) to a good dad and family friend. I normally hate how character movitations are altered in the book-to-movie adaptation but in this instance I think my liking the change stems from a) liking Ron Livingston as both an actor and as a human in general and b) his mom is our pastor so I have a slight personal investment in seeing his mom be proud of him.
A nice movie to watch with friends on a Sunday night.