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8 Dates with Paul (2010)

A young man named Paul is in search of true love. Paul's dad, Paul Senior, has hired a matchmaker to find eight dates for Paul Junior to go on in his quest to find a girlfriend.

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Paul Roes ...
Paul Junior
Tyson Borger ...
Phil Drummond
Paul Abbott ...
Paul Senior
Alex Grosset ...
Alex
Rory Mells ...
Kip Kopeland
Kara Nickel ...
Kara
Olena Colwill ...
Olena
Lizanne Boisvert ...
Lizanne
Iris Borger ...
Iris
Heather Fry ...
Heather
William Halabi ...
Morgan
Tim Heimdal ...
Cop #1 Sam Willknotts
David Nelmes ...
Cop #2 Frank Wrangler
Chris Read ...
Jealous Boyfriend
Travis Colwill ...
Homeless Man
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A young man named Paul is in search of true love. Paul's dad, Paul Senior, has hired a matchmaker to find eight dates for Paul Junior to go on in his quest to find a girlfriend.

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Comedy | Romance

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May 2010 (Canada)  »

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CAD 20,000 (estimated)
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Poor Acting, Fake Storyline, Poor Editing
3 March 2011 | by (Alberta) – See all my reviews

Movie is very slow moving, from the begging you can tell the storyline is set up and everyone is just acting. In one of the scenes both the lead character Paul and the director of the movie are driving out in the middle of nowhere, down some rural gravel road, when out of nowhere this "undercover" police car just happens to be coming down that road. The two of them are pulled over; the police officer's take both out of the car because of the smell of booze from some rum filled chocolates. Convinced that they are drunk, they continue by giving Paul a roadside cavity search, because we all know how often that happens. Next the driver is given a breathalyser, which looks like some over-sized slush straw coming out of some black box. And of course somehow this 250 pound man blows over after eating two rum filled chocolates. The movie continues with very unbelievable events, that are poorly scripted, and I'm sure a bunch of elementary school students could have done a better job. When Paul goes to meet a girl for the first time, he knocks on her door and when she answers, with a child in hand, she says to her kid "meet your new father". Who does this? Overall I would not recommend the movie to anyone, only reason I watched the whole movie is because the lead actor Paul is from my hometown. The movie might have actually been worth watching, if it wasn't for the fake script and the lack of attention of certain details, which make the movie even more unbelievable.


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