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June 28 2010

Emma Caulfield's "TiMER" available on Netflix Instant Play. Netflix members can see it before it comes out on DVD.

Anyone know when the DVD release is? "Stuck" in Italy and can't do the whole Netflix right now.
It's available now on Amazon on DVD. May be just region 1, though. Saw it last night, and it was really good
Doesn't seem that long ago the trailer was up on Apple.com, didn't it get a cinema release in the end ?
I watched it a couple of nights ago on Netflix Instant Play and was very impressed. I very rarely like romantic comedies, but this was excellent. The characters were interesting, the script was funny, it was well acted, and the sci-fi aspect was genuinely thought-provoking. I highly recommend it.
delete me!

[ edited by Riker on 2010-06-28 20:23 ]
I just stumbled upon this yesterday, watched it, and was really surprised by how much I liked it. I just kept being struck by how very, very likable and talented Emma is, and wondering why the heck she isn't a bigger name already.

Also, I was struck several times throughout with how eerily she looked like Barbara Eden. Is this a thing already? Like, do people already say she looks like her? When I thought that about her in an early scene, it felt familiar, but I don't actively remember reading it or hearing it before. Anyway, if they ever make an "I Dream of Jeannie" movie, I think Emma should be strongly considered.
Another film to add to my list.

XanMan: I'll avoid waxing eloquent on why they *all* aren't bigger names, off-topic.

Is there a "master list" somewhere of features, indies, and TV-movies with Buffvets in featured roles and whether they're available (like 2/3s of Amber's Lifetime films aren't for "ensample,")?
Watched it last night. I thought it was charming and thoughtful.
XanMan She was in an episode of "Nash Bridges," with Geraldo Rivera, of all people. The title of the episode escapes me at the moment, but I remember really liking her in that - she was Rivera's assistant when he was doing an expose on the SIU.

I'm into Season Seven now, and every once in a while I'm struck by how very attractive she is, and how very talented. Joss sure knows how to pick 'em!

DaddyCatALSO Right off the top of my head:

Tony - And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself, Imagine Me & You, I'll Be There, Repo! The Genetic Opera (All available on DVD), Manchild (First season out in US, second not available AFAIK), Little Britain (Availability unknown in US), MI-9 (aka Spooks) and of course Merlin (First season on DVD, second currently airing on Sci-Fi; third season to start this fall in UK). And his guest appearance on Dr. Who - "School Reunion." Oh, and a brief (pardon the pun) appearance on "Two Guys, a Girl & a Pizza Place." Those who've seen the episode will get the joke.

Amber - Chance; Liars, Lovers & Lunatics; that really horrible "horror" movie with the Spanish name, Griffin, Race You to the Bottom, guest shots on Supernatural and Cold Case

Nick - Pinata, that Sci-Fi Original movie written by William Shatner that I can never remember the title of

That's all I can think of right now. Oh, and Seth Green was in Up a Creek and...that recent John Travolta/Robin Williams movie.
Thanks for the heads-up that this was available! I watched it last night and really enjoyed it -- the movie was both well-written and well-acted. Even my husband got sucked in and put his work down and watched -- high praise!
I liked Emma Caulfield on Buffy, but really haven't kept up with her. But, this movie was terrific. Every one of the characters was likeable and fun. I concur with the well-written and well-acted praise above. Would recommend the movie to everyone!
Watched it last night, loved it! Really liked Emmas character and I definitely agree with the writing/acting praise above.
Will hopefully be able to see it this weekend.:)

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