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In this romantic comedy, The Right Kind of Wrong, Leo Palamino is a failed-writer-turned-dishwasher made famous for his many flaws and shortcomings in a blog called "Why You Suck," a huge Internet success written by his ex-wife. Then Leo meets Colette, the girl of his dreams... on the day she is marrying the perfect man. And so, the ultimate underdog story begins as Leo, a fearless dreamer, risks all to show Colette and the whole wide world all that is right with a man famous for being wrong. Written by
An unexpected good movie, highly recommend it to those who think love and a relationship should be perfect and magical or to those who need have a laugh at the expense of another's misfortune and shortcomings. The scenery of the movie mirrors Sara Canning's character Colette: beautiful and wild, a blend of tomboy/kind of crazy woman who's just perfect for Leo. It's a pleasant change to see Ryan Kwanten outside his Jason Stackhouse persona, and leaving no trace of it as other actors get stuck or comfortable just having one face for everything they work in. Also, Will Sasso's character -and performance- is funny and sweet. Overall, it's an underrated movie, and let's face it, it's because of the cast, I'm sure you saw "Jason Stackhouse" on the cover or poster and thought: "Oh, hell no!", but really, give it a chance, as I said before, you'll be unexpectedly surprised.
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