Here's a few that deal with time travel of some sort.
Anyone else got any more classic movies with the feature of time travel?
Future governor Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a cyborg assassin transported backward in time from a post-apocalyptic future to prevent the birth of a future rebel leader.
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
"Voyage Home" provided the one-time Enterprise crew with an unassailable reason to travel back in time to 20th century Earth: to save the whales.
The Time Machine 
"The Time Machine" traces the journey of a man from Victorian England as he visits three world wars (including a nuclear war in the late 1960s) before reaching the very distant future.
Time After Time
"The Time Machine," the Nicholas Meyer-directed "Time After Time" cleverly uses Wells himself as the protagonist and imagines that the author was able to build a working time machine.
J.J. Abrams' commercially-successful reboot of the Star Trek franchise used time travel as a way to reintroduce old characters without needing to adhere to canon. As a result of intervention from the future, a young Kirk, Spock, and the rest of the original series Enterprise crew will now follow a different timeline through what will no doubt be a number of sequels, including one coming in 2012.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Although time travel is not the major focus of the story, young Hermione does use a magical time-turner device both to attend extra classes (something we would not have done with our time machine, thank you) and to go back a few hours in time to save the day.
Bruce Willis plays a criminal who is transported back in time from a post-apocalyptic future in an attempt to prevent the outbreak of a virus that wipes out most of the world's population.
Peggy Sue Got Married
A woman (the Oscar-nominated Kathleen Turner) faints at her 25-year high school reunion, only to wake up back in 1960, during her senior year of high school.
The PG-rated fantasy follows the fantastical adventures of an 11-year-old boy who, along with a group of dwarves, travels through time and space, visiting such figures as Robin Hood and Napoleon and battling an evil force known as Evil. John Cleese and Sean Connery are among the stars.
Star Trek: First Contact
"First Contact" finds the crew of the Enterprise-E visiting Earth in the distant past (2063) in order to prevent the Borg from changing human history at a key moment in time: Zefram Cochrane's first warp flight.