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Daniel J. Travanti
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
Although the plot doesn't match, story is basically a lot like that part of the TV show Just Shoot Me wherein David Spade's character fools a model into marrying him. Why? He's a sleaze, so is her current boyfriend, you can't really root for either one because they're both victimizing her. The main character is like David Spade's character, but the woman is more twisted.
It's a suckily written movie about horrible people (nearly all the characters; not just one or two).
Unfortunately, the shooting locations in Canada are so gorgeous I watched the whole thing anyway. I wish they hadn't overexposed so often and color graded so far into the yellow range though, as it kind of ruins the sky and people's faces. It'd be better to just watch a documentary about Calgary and Banff instead though.
Maybe you could watch it with the sound off, except the last 20 minutes or so 'cause there's visually gross stuff, and it would be enjoyable that way. Oh well.
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