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- 1 hr 36 min
Time Share is a comedy-drama from 2000 that follows the story of two families who compete for ownership of a luxurious timeshare apartment. The movie stars Nastassja Kinski, Timothy Dalton, and Kevin Zegers. The film starts with a montage of a happy family enjoying their time at the Paradiso del Sol timeshare resort. However, we soon find out that their timeshare will end soon, and they will have to leave the resort. The family consists of a father, his wife, and their son. The father, Matt (Timothy Dalton), is a businessman who loves the resort and wants to buy a timeshare to come back next year. However, his wife doesn't share his enthusiasm and wants to go home.
Meanwhile, we meet another family who has just arrived at the resort. They are the Petersons, a young couple with a small daughter. The father, Alex (Kevin Zegers), is a hard-working man who looks forward to a relaxing vacation, while his wife, Kelly (Mimi Kuzyk), is more worried about work and their family budget. The Petersons receive a welcome gift from the resort, which includes a coupon for a one-hour sales pitch for a timeshare.
Matt attends the sales pitch, hoping to buy a timeshare, but he soon discovers that the promotional gift he receives is a voucher for a contest. The contest offers a chance to win a fraction ownership in the most luxurious suite in the resort for the next 99 years. Five families will participate in the contest, and each family has a week to convince the judge of the contest that they deserve the prize.
Matt and Alex both want to win the contest, so they decide to team up and share the apartment. However, their plans unravel when they arrive at the apartment and find that the judge hasn't shown up yet. They decide to wait for the judge, but soon realize that they will have to share the apartment with each other and their respective families for the entire week.
The families start to bond, but things slowly go awry. Matt tries to be the charming, sophisticated businessman that he is, but his wife and son are more interested in having fun than impressing anyone. Alex's wife, Kelly, has a secret motive for winning the contest, which puts a strain on their relationship. To make matters worse, the resort's staff are mischievous and cause several mishaps that add to the comedy of the film.
As the week progresses, tensions rise, and the families start to compete against each other. It becomes a battle of wits, where each family tries to outdo the other with their creativity and ingenuity. The apartment becomes a battleground, with each family trying to impose their own idea of what luxury means. However, as the families try to prove that they deserve to win, they begin to realize that their family relationships are more important than any prize.
The climax of the film comes when the judge finally arrives, and each family presents their case for why they should win the contest. The judge's decision surprises everyone and leads to a heartwarming conclusion.
Overall, Time Share is a lighthearted and entertaining film that is family-friendly. It deals with themes of competition, family, and the value of luxury, all while making the audience laugh. The film's performances are excellent, with Timothy Dalton delivering a comical but still sophisticated performance. Kevin Zegers also shines in his role as the hard-working family man. The movie's visuals are stunning, with beautiful shots showcasing the resort's natural beauty. Time Share is a must-watch movie for anyone who enjoys comedy-dramas with a heart.
Time Share is a 2000 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 36 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.7.