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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.

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Daphne Farragher (as Natalie Elizabeth Marston)
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Kelly the Beach Girl
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Russell
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Ken Crandall
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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.

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated PG for mild sensuality and language | See all certifications »
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Matthew 'Matt' Farragher: I rent this house for two weeks every summer. It's mine.
Dr. Julia Weiland: Oh, really? Well, I happen to have a fully executed rental agreement.
Matthew 'Matt' Farragher: I have one of those. I have one of those too. Not on me, or paramedically sealed in plastic, but I got one.
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My favorite all-time movie.. Timothy Dalton is such a great father and romantic..
26 November 2002 | by See all my reviews

My favorite scene is when they crash the neighborhood party and teach the stuffy ones how to loosen up. I love that dance scene. I felt like I was there with him. He was just so natural.. and the music was great also...Timothy Dalton was such a perfect choice for that movie...He is romantic and fatherly and such a grand actor...


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