David sells cars at his father's dealership and, from time to time, visits his grandpa, Joe, at a retirement home. David's a great salesman and he's successful attracting women, one after another. Joe, meanwhile, misses his deceased wife and is done with life. David gives Joe advice on how to get women's attention at the care center, and Joe gives David advice on how to find a lifelong companion. Each dismisses the other's words, then tries them out - David with Julie, a women he met playing football, and Joe with Edna and with Rose. Failures follow success. Can either figure out how to enjoy life and be themselves?
If you want to win at love, you have to play the game.
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28 August 2009 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $51,197,
1 March 2009, Limited Release
Gross USA: $661,209, 13 December 2009
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Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
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Buddy buddy all the way.
What the hell is buddy buddy?
If Julie knows that David wants her, she's going to avoid him because she doesn't wanna feel like she's cheating on her boyfriend.
But as her buddy I'm not a threat so we get to spend quality time together, and before she knows it she's more attracted to me than her boyfriend. And that is the end of the story.
No it's not.
[Pushes David and Rob in the water
David, you need to grow up. Don't you realize girls know when you're playing ...
After the end credits, there is a short scene of Andy Griffith in bed. See more
References Bonnie and Clyde
Written and performed by John Gold
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