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Wednesday
Apr212010

50 - TiMER

THE BIG FIVE OH!

And for episode 50 we've got a real treat for you. Instead of a "movie you may have missed" we present to you a "movie we hope you don't miss".

TiMER is an independent, sci-fi, romantic comedy getting it's Video on Demand distribution TODAY! We got early access to a screener, and we're pretty excited to be bringing you a new film on the day of it's release.

We've got a charming little film, with an incredible cast, and asking some interesting questions about love. We think you're going to dig it!

 

Direct episode download (190MB)

For more info on TiMER screenings, you can check out TiMERtheMovie.com, or you can go directly to watching TiMER on Tribecca Film VOD.

 

 

Pre-order 'TiMER' on DVD, available June 22nd!

 

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Reader Comments (2)

I would definitely recommend Primer to anyone, but I must admit that it is almost impossible to get really figured out on a single watch-through.

I don´t consider this a flaw at all, I´d rather say that´s precisely what makes it possibly an all-time winner for plot cleverness involving time-travel.

Just another piece of advice: be sure not to get bogged down by the technical jargon. The director made sure the dialogues among the geeky engineers did sound scientifically plausible after all; no concessions were made for straightforwardness, no mystical mumbo-jumbo as in Donnie Darko, no babysitting the audience.

A nice example that science fiction does not require complex CGI or tons of money on special effects.

April 21, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMarco Antonio A. Silva

LOL!
Hey Marco!
We LOVED Primer. In fact we reviewed it way back in episode 7, but this movie is TIMER, so just a little bit different there ;-), though many of your comments about Primer apply to this film as well!

Thanks for the comment!

April 21, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJuan @ MYMHM

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