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Erik Van Der Wilden,
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Paz de la Huerta,
4 women fast from men for 100 days. No talking to, no touching of, no flirting with, and above all: no sex with men. When $1 million is offered to the first man who can break the fast, all hell breaks loose.
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A long night's journey into day. On the eve of her 18th birthday, talkative and rotund Cara is invited to accompany a pizza delivery guy, Matt, on his rounds. It's a night of firsts for her - first job, first beer, first cigarette, first dance. How will she handle it? And, what about Matt - good-looking, single, unattached, and 30? Why would he want to include Cara? She's intrusive and vulnerable; he's under-employed and protective. Is there life after pizza? Written by
This movie is not at all rooted in reality. The premise is a fantasy. That's okay. That's an attractive quality for films to have. However, the base physiological chemistry between Ethan Embry and Kylie Sparks did not equate to the scenario. I believe the character of Cara should have been a nerd-hottie instead of an overweight-nerd. I say this because the undercurrent is one of sexuality and not necessarily intellect. The situations these characters find themselves in are extroverted in nature and a stronger physical chemistry could have bolstered their interaction. It's a movie, after all. It could have been a more delightful excursion into the realm of fantasy for the viewer had the lead been a nerdy hottie, something like Rachel Leigh Cook in "She's All That"(1999). Just an opinion. :)
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