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Laura (Dana Barron) and Will (Seth Peterson) have had a committed
relationship for the last four years. Laura wants Will to pop the question
but he has cold feet. Heather, Laura's best girlfriend, stumbles upon an
advice book that offers surefire instructions on how to make your man
propose. Soon, Laura is kicking Will out of their apartment and dating
other men to give Will a strong wake-up call. The problem? Will does not
succumb to the manipulation. What's a girl to do?
This sweet and funny romance features two young, eye-catching performers who charm and sparkle. The supporting cast, also, does a fine job. While the script may be of the tried and true variety, it still holds the viewer's interest. Fans of humorous heartache will find that this film fits them to a "T". Other movie buffs may find it to be a welcome change of pace.
Are a lot "Chick Flicks" movies. And just a few of them that can save
it. The interesting thing of this genre is that all of those movies
that are just for women can be see it for men too."Dumped" is a dumb
and not so funny "Chick Flick". But is too an interesting one. "Dumped"
is about a couple and their friends that their adventures happens
because a book for women. That book can make that your man be more in
love of you and do anything that you want.
Althoug the plot really sucks, "Dumped" has a few things that save it. For example, there is scenes where the principal male character, Will has alterations that make him thought about the things that he do. There is other kind of alterations there, but some are so stupid that i say... what a shame!
"Dumped" has a little fun, of course very stupid, but i think that doesn't matters if you want just a little of fun. So, if you want to find a good "Chick Flick" this is one. But... i don't think that there is a law for a couple. The thing is that man love that woman and that woman loves that man. Or not?
*Sorry for the mistakes... well, if there any.
Dumped is a funny romp through the "how to" of getting a guy to propose. Although most romantic comedies are usually considered chick flicks, the relationship between Will (Seth Peterson)and his best buddy George (David Robinson), is right up there with Butch and Sundance and qualifies this film as a great guy flick too.
I recently rented this movie and I enjoyed it. It was a fun movie that I think a lot of people will be able to relate to. The actors (most of whom I have never seen before) were all excellent, especially the actor who played George. He was hilarious! Great casting, you almost believe that they hired real life friends to play best buds Will and George. Their relationship seemed so real and they kept me in hysterics the entire movie. And it was great to see Dana Barron again! Rent it and enjoy!
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