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Dating Games People Play (2005)

R | | Comedy, Romance | 2005 (USA)
Nick Jenkins finds himself back in the single scene as his relationship with his fiancee abruptly fall apart. With his roommate and best friend Jed Rollins, Nick jumps into the dating world... See full summary »

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Nick Jenkins
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Mona Evans
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Jed Rollins
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Robin Jaeger
Michael Luckerman ...
Carl
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Fred Jenkins
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Saphron Jenkins
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George
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Tommy
Ralph Diner ...
Bill
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Ellen
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Japanese man #2
Dennis Lau ...
Japanese man #1
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Mr. Yagamoto
Cheryl Klein ...
Janine
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Nick Jenkins finds himself back in the single scene as his relationship with his fiancee abruptly fall apart. With his roommate and best friend Jed Rollins, Nick jumps into the dating world. Mona, Jed, and Robin accompany him as they meander throught the quagmire of awkward situations they encounter on their dating escapades. Written by Anonymous

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The dating games people play.

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated R for sexual humor and language | See all certifications »
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Gioco d'incontri  »

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The scene where Austin Peck meets Leslie Bega takes place at Fry's Liquor in Newport Beach. See more »

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The Title Tells All
29 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

After seeing this at the Breckenridge Film Festival, I was surprised how well it was responded to. I thought the movie was much more centered on too limited an age group, but (and not the first time) I was WRONG. People old and young seemed to be able to relate to this whimsical movie, which was cited as a "cross between Swingers and American Pie." I personally think it was a lot more like Swingers in the fact that it was very detailed and gave the viewer a rare insight into relations that most producers don't spend a lot of time and effort on. This was produced as well as directed by Stefan Marc and he did a very capable job. The actors were believable and likable and realistic. If you liked Swingers. you'll like Dating Games People Play. Definitely worth the price of a rental.


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