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Casey, a vice president of her father's company, has nobody in her life. But overnight, she meets three eligible bachelors: a preppy old friend, a star quarterback, and waiter-musician. With the help of her horny friend, she must decide the outcome of the dating game. Written by
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Typical romantic comedy, fans of the genre may want to try
Casey Harris (Claudia Christian) works for her corporate bigwig father (Adam West). After delighting her dad with some good business proposals, the young and beautiful Casey is promoted to vice president of the company. However, now that her professional future looks bright, she finds that her father is trying to arrange her personal life as well. Mr. Harris introduces his daughter to a rising businessman named Randolph, who is good-looking and dull. While Casey finds him nice enough, she accidentally meets two other intriguing males on her own. One is a struggling musician, the other a professional football player. Who will capture Casey's heart? And, will her father approve?
This is a run-of-the-mill romantic comedy. The performers are quite attractive but display no noteworthy acting abilities. The plot is predictable and the writing is hardly Shakespearean. Yet, fans of this genre, yearning for something new, might want to give it a try. For these romantic folks, love stories never get old.
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