Neal is knee deep in a quarter life crisis and trying to get over a traumatic break up by doing what anyone would do, tricking women on the Internet. His plan is going amazingly well until ...
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Neal is knee deep in a quarter life crisis and trying to get over a traumatic break up by doing what anyone would do, tricking women on the Internet. His plan is going amazingly well until he meets Jane, who just may be as devious and damaged as he is. Written by
The script is great and with some more jokes, a faster pace, bigger budget and some comedy star actors it would have been a box office hit. Instead it is a low budget movie and very good one. A nice romantic comedy, a feel good movie - that's it. The actors are nor a disappointment, but also nothing in comparison to some known faces in comedy. The best pick in this movie is the crazy neighbor. This one plays the part good and the character is believable. The main character Neil is OK, and the part of the sad single man with the broken heart is played well. The movie would be better if he could have added some comedic element. There were many possibilities for this with all the women in the bars. He didn't have to be always sad looking. A very good thing was the length of this movie with just 77 minutes. They had obviously no more money in the budget and maybe no more lines, so by not adding some boring material only to get 90 minutes and more they deserve credit for this. But the potential of this script!! Instead of making an awful movie like the internship, Vince Vaughn would have made this an awesome movie.
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