Some people are beyond help when it comes to meeting someone. An American Pie meets Male Bridget Jones. Jamie, age 29 going on 12, loser, virgin, stumbles upon a group of misfits who meet ... See full summary »
Some people are beyond help when it comes to meeting someone. An American Pie meets Male Bridget Jones. Jamie, age 29 going on 12, loser, virgin, stumbles upon a group of misfits who meet every week above a pub in order to discover the secrets of love, relationships and finding the perfect partner.....The Flirting Club. Is it the answer to what he is searching for? Jamie has one month to meet a real girl otherwise he has to marry Laura 'the human pig' from next door. Inadvertently hampered by his best mate Bill, stuck with a schoolboy infatuation with his Hot Boss, two left feet and zero pulling skills an accidental encounter with his local flirting club, might just hold all the answers. The group of six, thirty-something singles and Miriam, their teacher who has an unusual approach to flirting success, seem unlikely to succeed. But as everyone knows the course to true love is never easy and the gang of misfits soon learn that getting it right is more about being yourself then trying ... Written by
I do not think that it is fair for people to slam this movie. There are some quite funny moments in this film. I felt some great acting performances were done, especially the one from the actor Lisa Marrs as Miriam. She had me in stitches. I thought her performance was spot on. Mary-Jane Amor as Pammy was a bright spark as well. Granted... there are some actors in this film that don't seem to come up to the mark... no names mentions to save them embarrassment, but I always believe the key to a successful film is through the director, screen writers and the cinematographer - not to mention the budget. I thought about half of the cast were totally great, its just unfortunate that some of the players let this film down. On the upside tho, for the first fully cast film by internet votes is an exciting and hopefully the future of casting. At least check it out... if you think it is a lemon... say so... if you enjoyed it... say so. Watch it and give it a chance before you comment. Remember, a lot of work goes into making a film like this on a budget.
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