The Age of Adaline

After 29-year-old Adaline recovers from a nearly lethal accident, she inexplicably stops growing older. As the years stretch on and on, Adaline keeps her secret to herself until she meets a man who changes her life.

Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Adaline Bowman: Blake Lively
  • Ellis Jones: Michiel Huisman
  • William Jones: Harrison Ford
  • Flemming: Ellen Burstyn
  • Kathy Jones: Kathy Baker
  • Kiki: Amanda Crew
  • Regan: Lynda Boyd
  • Tony: Richard Harmon
  • Cab Driver: Fulvio Cecere
  • Cora: Anjali Jay
  • Kenneth: Hiro Kanagawa
  • Clarence James Prescott: Peter J. Gray
  • Flemming (Age 5): Izabel Pearce
  • Flemming (Age 20): Cate Richardson
  • Miriam: Jane Craven
  • 1950s Policeman: Noel Johansen
  • 1950s FBI Agent: Aaron Craven
  • 1940s Officer #1: Primo Allon
  • 1940s Officer #2: Darren Dolynski
  • Dale Davenport: Chris William Martin
  • New Year’s Eve Stranger: Mark Ghanimé
  • Hotel Doorman: Shaker Paleja
  • Boat Tunnel Guide: Daniel Bacon
  • Financial Advisor: Barclay Hope
  • 1950s Financial Advisor: Robert Moloney
  • Veterinarian: Lane Edwards
  • Narrator: Hugh Ross
  • Ellis Apartment Super: Toby Levins
  • Young William Jones: Anthony Ingruber
  • 1960s Hippie Photographer: Keith McCafferty
  • Good Samaritan: Serge Houde
  • Paramedic #1: Alison Wandzura
  • Paramedic #2: Demord Dann
  • E.R. Doctor: Grace Chin
  • 1960s Cab Driver: Dee Jay Jackson

Film Crew:

  • Producer: Tom Rosenberg
  • Producer: Gary Lucchesi
  • Casting: Deborah Aquila
  • Casting: Heike Brandstatter
  • Casting: Coreen Mayrs
  • Costume Design: Angus Strathie
  • Makeup Artist: Bill Corso
  • Editor: Melissa Kent
  • Production Design: Claude Paré
  • Producer: Sidney Kimmel
  • Director: Lee Toland Krieger
  • Story: J. Mills Goodloe
  • Casting: Tricia Wood
  • Original Music Composer: Rob Simonsen
  • Story: Salvador Paskowitz
  • Director of Photography: David Lanzenberg
  • Art Direction: Martina Javorova
  • Script Supervisor: Susan Lambie
  • Set Decoration: Shannon Gottlieb
  • Casting: Lisa Zagoria
  • Stand In: Stephanie Johnston
  • Rigging Grip: Michael Lemmers

Movie Reviews:

  • Reno: > The man is not ready yet for the eternal life!?

    The first time when I saw the trailer, I thought it might be a female version or a close kind of ‘Winter’s Tale’. Though this is not a fairy tale, but a heartwarming sci-fantasy romedy. For every action in the movie they explained it very clearly, that’s the indication of the involvement of the science, but mostly bogus for the present era. So that is where fantasy steps in.

    A beautiful concept with the wonderful cast. And again they did not make full use of it, lacked a deep exploration into the theme they have created for this movie. Blake Lively solely handled the movie and none others were up to the expectation, expect Harrison Ford in his about 5% of the screen presence.

    Like most of the guys, I am displeased with the ending. Till then I was enjoying the film, but later it ruined my mood. Because humans are always desiring for things which are out of his league and I’m human too. Since I’m not Adaline I was rooting her and I was disappointed once the twist at the end came. Later I accepted that, because it was a perfect conclusion regarding whatever I wanted.

    In an entertainment movie, sometime we won’t care about what’s good and bad, but need some good pleasure for the time we spend for it. Especially in this kind of theme, which are out of reality, we usually love a happy ending. Because families want to leave the cinema hall with a good mood as it is indeed targeted for family audiences. So I am not going to spoil you by revealing facts about the movie, but I think you should watch it if you like modern world fantasy.


  • niyumard: The plot was so predictable I could guess every second of it. Started great but went downhill as each minute passed.
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