First on the list is one that had not yet been anaylized. Our series on 11 Minutes Ago was slated to begin the Monday following the original publication of this list, and it is worth attempting to watch it before then. It is clever romance set against the backdrop of a wedding reception in which a time traveler has arrived and disrupted festivities even more so than they were. The twist is that he visits almost the entire two hour reception in eleven-minute increments, out of sequence, and we see the party from his perspective.
It is not clear whether Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel ever showed in the United States, but this geek comedy is one of the better efforts to lampoon time travel while taking it seriously. Three boys drinking in their favorite pub after a movie meet a girl who claims to be a time traveler from the future taking a moment to meet someone who is going to be famous. They then have a series of temporal misadventures when they stumble through a time leak in the bathroom and struggle to find their way home while simultaneously trying to understand how they became famous.
The 2000 Happy Accidents deserves more attention than it gets. Vincent D'Onofrio and Marisa Tomei are the couple here. He has escaped from a bleak distant future but is not supposed to tell her so, particularly since he came to find her in the hope that he can save her life by preventing the traffic accident in which she was killed. (There is a more recent unrelated film of the same name that is not a time travel story.)
The Spanish film Los Chronocrimines, also known by the English title TimeCrimes, is available subbed and dubbed in English. This film caught the attention of the people at Dreamworks, who reportedly are working on an American version for release this year; we can only hope they do it well. The film involves a man who sees a naked girl in the woods, but when he goes to find her he winds up fleeing from a pursuer who turns out to be himself, as he discovers after he emerges from hiding in a strange machine at a nearby research facility. He ultimately makes the trip again to attempt to fix what he has done, giving himself an alibi for the time of the girl's unfortunate but seemingly accidental death. It is a tightly plotted suspense film brilliantly conceived and written.
There are many other films which might make it to a list even so narrowly defined as this one, but if you are a time travel fan and have not seen these they are a good place to start expanding your knowledge. If you have a favorite time travel film I might have missed, please let me know by e-mail.