Patrick Diller is unlucky in love. Caught between being a kid and being an adult, Patrick struggles to find the perfect girl. His comic misadventures are made all the worse when he tries to... See full summary »

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Kieran Lee ...
Patrick
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Nurse Bradley
Shelley Kreisler ...
Mom
Joe Bugni ...
John
Drew Fenton ...
Harold
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Brian
Renee Petrik ...
Janelle
Kim Clevenger ...
Tammy
Susan Garret ...
Kris
John LaMarche ...
Client 2
Catherine Phillips ...
Tina
Liz Klingele ...
Daquiri
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Denise Carroll ...
Girl #1
Ben Jamison ...
Ice Rink Attendant
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Patrick Diller is unlucky in love. Caught between being a kid and being an adult, Patrick struggles to find the perfect girl. His comic misadventures are made all the worse when he tries to follow the advice of his eccentric family and his shallow friend John. All of that changes, however, when he meets Nurse Bradley and discovers it takes more than a little mustard and a night at the Waffle House to find his one and only. Written by Lori Cochran, Brian Cutler, Jill Cutler

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The course of true love... never came with a condiment.

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An Award-winning Romantic Comedy to Love
5 April 2004 | by (Dallas, TX) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie when it premiered at a film festival in the southwest and just fell in love with it! The characters are realistic and endearing, especially the main character. He tries all the goofy, wrong approaches with girls that I've witnessed in person and couldn't help laughing at. I remember for sure that Kieran Lee won best actor in a comedy for that role. I'm thinking it may have won for best picture too.

With most movies you're always aware that you're watching actors in a made up story. It's so nice when a movie like this gives you the feeling you're a fly on the wall watching real people getting themselves into hilarious situations.


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