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Genres: Comedy , Drama , Fantasy
Actors: Emma Caulfield , John Patrick Amedori , Scott Holroyd , Kali Rocha , Katherine Von Till , Ho-Kwan Tse , Louise Claps , Jason Berger , Gabrielle Dennis , Marques Ray , Sean C. Francis , Susan Ziegler , Christopher T. Wood , Cristina Cimellaro , Forest Erickson
Director: Jac Schaeffer
Country: United States
Year: 2009
IMDB Rating: 6.5/10 (5121 votes)

When implanted in a person’s wrist, a TiMER counts down to the day the wearer finds true love. But Oona O’Leary faces the rare dilemma of a blank TiMER. Her soul mate – whoever and wherever he is – has yet to have a TiMER implanted. Staring down the barrel of thirty and tired of waiting for her would-be life partner to get off the dime, Oona breaks her own rules and falls for Mikey, a charming and inappropriately young supermarket clerk with a countdown of four months.

Film Review

Finally our clocks have counted down and we have Jac Schaeffer in our lives. Schaeffer has brilliantly written "TiMER" and brought a fantastic romantic comedy into the world.Sure, all romantic comedies follow the same trend, cute girl wants to meet her soul mate. The poor ones do it with horrible main characters and ridiculously unfunny contrived situations. The somewhat better ones, which we have been forced to accept as good, add comedy and likable characters. But now, we have "TiMER".This film gives us a couple of characters, all of them are very funny and relatable. And it also adds ingenuity, with an original technological timer to count down to the arrival of our soul mate, and intelligence and even mixes in philosophy. "TiMER" can be enjoyed by everyone, the humour is sweet and appropriate for every age, and for every "thinker" out there, there's a lot for you to over-analyze, and for everyone who doesn't want to think there&#x2…

I thoroughly enjoyed this romantic science fiction comedy, but then perhaps I have the heart of a nine year old girl. I had zero expectations before watching it instantly on Netflix one night, yet I enjoyed it so much I felt compelled to write this (somewhat awkward) review. For me, the film was full of funny likable characters dealing with how to plan for destiny – more or less. Good balance of rom com escape with some life philosophy to think about. I would never get a timer!Something about the story line reminded me so much of one of my favorite books, Thomas Hardy's 'Far From the Madding Crowd'. The wrist "timers" from the movie reminded me of Farmer Oak's broken pocket watch – on which the minutes worked perfectly, but he could never be certain to which hour they belonged (paraphrasing from memory here, bear with me). In the book, the Farmer Oak character waits patiently for the heroine, Bathsheba, to go through several romantic missteps, knowing eve…

This is a well-acted and well-written romcom. It is enjoyable, without the belly-laughs, due to its good cast and direction. The premise, that implanted timers will reveal a person's true love, is intriguing. Emma Caulfield is very good as the somewhat overwrought Oona, whose timer never seems to get any traction. Michelle Borth is fine as her acid-tongued step-sister/roommate, Steph. John Amedori is quite watchable as the young timerless Mikey, whose affair with Oona she has to view as a stepping-stone relationship, due to his younger age, lack of standing, and lack of timer. Their romance is enjoyable to watch develop.The plot proceeds in pretty standard romcom fashion, but very well done and pleasant – almost heart-warming. I'd say the movie is a relief to watch, as it entertains without the frenetic Hollywood one-liner-per-minute and gross-out requirements.Timer slightly lets us down in some minor ways, and these have to do with closure. Oona visits her estranged record-…