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Dale Squire is a hip, quirky, independent single gal living in the glossy city of Los Angeles. After several failed attempts in quasi-relationships, Dale concludes that finding a meaningful relationship in L.A. is impossible. But being anti-social is tough for any young girl in Hollywood. With Jill's frantic wedding right around the corner, Dale finds herself reflecting on the significance of marriage, and the mutual respect needed for a successful relationship. When Zach, a successful heartthrob rock star and old friend of Dale's finds his way back into her life, Dale slowly starts to think that maybe finding love in L.A. is possible - the only problem is that her realization might have come too late, leaving Dale in a silent love triangle, with no way out.Written by
I like Lacey Chabert. She was good in Party of Five (and was alright in Mean Girls), but this movie is painfully awful.
The story is so tacky, it's tackier than the short stories I wrote when I was 12 (trust me, they were TACKY).
The acting? Oh my lord what is this even?
Actually, I can't decide which one is worse: the acting or the soundtrack.
Ok maybe both.
Also: as a photographer myself, I'm slightly offended on how Dale is able to take a blurry photos when the objects aren't even moving (they're literally sleeping). I mean, COME ON.
I was looking for something "light" to watch because I needed to relax, but I think now I'm slightly more stressed. So this movie is definitely NOT something to watch if you're looking for quality - of any kind.
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