First of all, my apologies. I know you rely on my profoundly developed opinion and I have let you down.
Now that my [forced] apology is behind us, and you know you are going to forgive me, let's dive in to TiMER.
The basic premise of the movie sounded like a decent genre-mashing good time. There exists a device one may have implanted with a timer displaying days, minutes and seconds in a countdown. Said device is blank unless your "soul mate" also has one. If that's the case, then the display will begin counting down to the moment when the two of you will meet and find true love in one another. This could be almost instantaneous, or decades down the line.
This "Sci-fi Dramedy" follows the life of a woman in her late 20's whose timer is blank, and her sister who is set to meet the love of her life in 15-20 years. It manages to raise very good questions about love, trust, casual dating and reckless promiscuity and never ceases to keep your attention.
It's not a gut-busting, roll on the floor and pee your delighted bladder out all over the carpet comedy. It's not a serious, search your soul for meaning drama. It's not an epic sweeping tale of the distant future where machines harvest your organs for their robotic version of pleasure. It is, however, a solid movie. There was even a moment that made my wife laugh so hard she woke our sleeping infant, I kid you not. Let's see how it scores on my newly made indie movie checklist of wins and woes.
Interesting Plot - Check
Good Soundtrack - Check
New to the viewer talent - Check
Needlessly "arty" - nope
Unrealistically weird characters to whom the viewer cannot relate or connect - nope
Painfully obvious low budget - nope
You should watch this movie if you like good movies
You should not watch this movie if you don't wish to wake nearby sleeping infants.