In order to keep the woman of his dreams from falling for another guy, Charlie Logan has to break the curse that has made him wildly popular with single women: Sleep with Charlie once, and the next man you meet will be your true love.
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While visiting his hometown during Christmas, a man comes face-to-face with his old high school crush whom he was best friends with -- a woman whose rejection of him turned him into a ferocious womanizer.
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Henry Roth is a man afraid of commitment up until he meets the beautiful Lucy. They hit it off and Henry think he's finally found the girl of his dreams, until he discovers she has short-term memory loss and forgets him the very next day.
Early thirty-something dentist Dr. Charlie Logan has never experienced true love, despite having had a number of girlfriends over the years. After an announcement by one of his ex-girlfriends as such at her wedding, Charlie gets a reputation as being a good luck charm. Every woman he has slept with has met and married her dream man immediately following. He is encouraged to exploit this reputation by his long time best friend, Dr. Stu Klaminsky, a sex obsessed, sex starved schlub who became a plastic surgeon just so that he could masturbate over the sight of women's breasts. Charlie doesn't want to be solely a stepping stone for women, which is how they end up treating him once he gains this reputation as a lucky charm, but rather one's true love. He believes the woman of his dreams is accident-prone Cam Wexler, who works as the penguin caretaker at the aquarium. Cam initially doesn't want to date Charlie because of his reputation as a one-night stand type of guy. Charlie in turn ... Written by
Originally, New Line Cinema was set to distribute, but they gave the film to Lionsgate shortly before production. A similar situation occurred when the studio gave distribution rights for Alpha Dog (2006) to Universal Pictures, but that case was related to controversy over real-life events. See more »
When Cam walks into the metal post, she hits it with one side of her face. After she falls down and Chuck comes to help her, Cam rubs the wrong side of her face. See more »
Since the other reviewers have done such a good job describing the plot (or lack thereof), I will only add a comment about my emotional reaction to this so-called film. I was tricked into watching this movie and very much regret it. This is among the worst movies I've seen since... well, ever. The plot is a non-starter, the writing is dumber than juvenile, and the directing is pathetic. Nothing about this movie makes sense; it wouldn't even make sense to a very disturbed viewer. It could have been a sit-com but is too trite. It could have been pornography but no doubt didn't meet the low standards for that genre either. I was as sorry for the actors who surely wasted some portion of their lives, as I was for the viewers, some of the younger of which may come away with a distorted view of human kind and the basis for normal relationships. Even beyond all the non-plot and non-characters in the movie, none of the interactions between the actors resembles anything real about life. In an alternate universe, if such people could exist (which is doubtful), they would be horribly miserable. My main regret is that by renting this DVD we contributed two bucks to the incomes of anyone involved in making this movie. We've made a list of those and will never rent another movie that involves them.
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