Director: Jac Schaeffer
Writer: Jac Schaeffer
Starring: Emma Caulfield, Michelle Borth, John Patrick Amedori
alternate universe where an invention called the "timer" can be implanted on your wrist, and it will tell you in days, hours, and minutes when you will meet your soul mate. oona's (caulfield) timer is still blank, meaning her mr. right has not had a timer implanted yet. so she is hunting him down, one timerless guy at a time. that is until she meets a grocery store clerk/ band member who convinces her to live life in the moment. questions still linger. is this guy her one?
this had a great concept. i'm just not sure of the delivery. right after watching it, i was kind of disappointed, but now that i think about it....i think i like it a little more. caulfield did a great job. her character was a little reminiscent of her role as anya, the ex-vengeance demon, in buffy the vampire slayer, but she was playing a similarly neurotic about relationships character. good very ending. the events leading up to the ending seemed a little 'ok we have to end this, who cares about sticking to the characters personalties' it followed the formula a little bit, but it still had that indy-ness approach. the stepsister character was totally awesome. that's a plus. she was a woman who wouldn't find her match until she was really, really old, so she was all about having fun, doing whatever she wanted,and telling people whatever she thought. if you had nothing better to do with your day, and you're a chick, or a slightly femmy male (like my man) i would recommend.