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The Importance of Blind Dating (2005)

How hard is it to find your soul mate? A pair of Internet romancers end up at the wrong table for a hilarious mess of a first meeting. Stephen Tobolowsky portrays "Patrick", an omniscient ... See full summary »

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How hard is it to find your soul mate? A pair of Internet romancers end up at the wrong table for a hilarious mess of a first meeting. Stephen Tobolowsky portrays "Patrick", an omniscient flower vendor, who manipulates destiny to drive four unsuspecting strangers together. Mistaken identities,a mix-up with a certain red carnation, and a popular book by Oscar Wilde all conspire to prove that "the course of true love never did run smooth." Written by Susan Carol Davis

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The course of true love never did run smooth.

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15 December 2005 (USA)  »

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Charming and Clever
6 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I adore the work of Stephen Tobolowsky. He's a fantastic acting teacher too. This is a charming piece of work with excellent acting throughout. Clever and amusing. I particularly loved the restaurant scene where there were two different conversations taking place, and the editing between the two was nothing short of brilliant. It's very hard to follow two different conversations at once, particularly when at each of the two tables, identities were confused. In other words, each person at each table thought they were meeting someone else. It was very funny and cleverly executed. Loved the woman sticking something in her ears, to avoid hearing two bizarre conversations while she tried to eat her soup. Susan Carol Davis (producer as well as cast member) and the cast did a great job and managed to convey a lot of information in a short amount of time. Lovely scenery too.


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