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Qwerty (2012)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 12 April 2012 (USA)
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This entertaining and heartwarming romantic comedy follows introverted 'word-nerd' Zoe, whose life is turned upside down when she meets her emotional match in irascible weirdo Marty. Before... See full summary »

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Dana Pupkin ...
Zoe
Eric Hailey ...
Marty
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Lewis
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Dirk
Claire Tuft ...
Katie
Katherine Banks ...
Holly
Eliza Toser ...
Amber
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Jake
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Ken
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Jonathan
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Lizzie
Dan Flannery ...
Bob
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Virginia
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Nancy
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This entertaining and heartwarming romantic comedy follows introverted 'word-nerd' Zoe, whose life is turned upside down when she meets her emotional match in irascible weirdo Marty. Before the adorable pair can live happily ever after, Zoe must gain the courage to enter the National Scrabble Championship and compete to become only the second woman in history to win the grand prize. Written by Anonymous

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A test scene for QWERTY, made in the Spring of 2009, was selected for inclusion on Paste Magazine's DVD Sampler, available to tens of thousands of people. See more »

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Zoe: My grandma once told me that my grandpa used to stalk her, but back then it was called courtship.
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Sweet and Unique
25 September 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I really enjoyed getting to know the slightly nerdy, perhaps Seattle-esque, characters -- oddballs and yet quite normal, they seem not to have the inhibitions or superficiality of the people around them, who are pissing them both off, and who together they can garner the strength to tell off. Their love is sweet and it's a pleasure to watch as they blossom in its warmth, and overcome their internal demons.. ..I have no idea why this film would have (as it does at the moment) only 4.5 stars. All thge reviews here are positive and give it 8 or more starts, but apparently some who have rated it without providing a review for explanation did not like it. I would ignore the rating and give it a chance - it really is fun and different, and not at all your typical cheesy rom-com, though it is sweet and quite romantic, and both funny and a bit serious--in a true to life way.


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