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Time Share (2000)

PG | | Comedy, Romance | 18 June 2000 (USA)
Two single parents, one man and one woman, along with their kids, have to involuntarily share a house for their holidays.


Eric Tuchman


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A couple believes their romantic getaway at a timeshare will be everything they dreamed of, but they soon realize they're being stalked by a calculating killer who wants nothing more than to see them slaughtered.


When two families are booked for the same time share, both fathers square off against one another.



Cast overview, first billed only:
Nastassja Kinski ... Dr. Julia Weiland
Timothy Dalton ... Matt Farragher
Kevin Zegers ... Thomas Weiland
Cameron Finley ... Max Weiland
Billy Kay ... Lewis Farragher
Natalie Marston ... Daphne Farragher (as Natalie Elizabeth Marston)
Kelli Garner ... Kelly the Beach Girl
Geoffrey Lower ... Russell
Randolph Mantooth ... Ken Crandall
George Murdock ... Cedric Templeton
Richard Tanner ... Smythe
Manny Fernandez Manny Fernandez ... Ferry Worker
Frank Cavestani Frank Cavestani ... Store Owner
Larry Robbins Larry Robbins ... Judge
Chez Starbuck ... Tan Jock


A residence on Balboa holiday island gets rented to two families, who meet while fighting for first spot on the ferry. Restaurant chef Matthew 'Matt' Farragher work long hours, but is such fun when at home that cheerful son Lewis and nagging daughter Daphne still love him to death. German genetics researcher Dr. Julia Weiland raised her sons from an American father, adolescent Thomas and preteen Max, well-behaved but boring. Her lab partner and fiancée Russel's true passion is GM vegetables. All the boys bond naturally, despite Julia's over-protective objections. Matt coaches Thomas on his love-life and Lewis teaches Max sailing. Bridging the gorge between the parents will take much more - what will some drama do for them all? Written by KGF Vissers

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When total opposites share a house...It's all out war...until love moves in.


Comedy | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for mild sensuality and language | See all certifications »



Germany | USA



Release Date:

18 June 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Malibu, California, USA See more »

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Matthew 'Matt' Farragher: Look, I'll make it up to you. I promise.
Daphne Farragher: Dad, you don't have to make it up to us. Just be there. Be our father.
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Cute movie, lots of wry humor
19 March 2002 | by Eric-1226See all my reviews

This movie really isn't so bad! It has a rather pronounced "made for TV" sheen to it, but be that as it may, it is still a fun little romp in the sand.

Nastassja Kinski is remarkably likable as the lead female protagonist, and I marvel at her lack of German accent for someone born and raised in Germany. Timothy Dalton is charming as the slightly irrascible male protagonist unexpectedly forced to share his "time share" beach house with that other family. Geoffrey Lower is delightfully nerdish as the... well, nerdish beau/bio-engineer. And the various kids in the film are all very appealing.

All in all a pleasant, wholesome, fun-filled film, reasonably good family viewing (hey, I did afterall see this on the Family Channel, which is precisely where it belongs). And it was nice to see this film, as I did, around the end of winter: those summery beach scenes shot in and around Malibu, California will really have you dreaming about fine summer days and endless beach walking...

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