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I'm surprised at all the negativity 'Table For Three' received because it had me laughing almost all the way. I say almost because I thought towards the end (except the last scene) it got very clichéd. Samonek does a good job of making the story (which could have easily been a thriller) into a comedy. The jokes work excellently but there is also a lot of subtle humour some of which can be easily missed if you turn your head away for a minute. 'Table For Three' also has a polished and appealing look. The sets look great and the soundtrack is pleasant. One of the most crucial requirements for a successful comedy is to cast actors with comic flair. Brandon Routh does a fairly decent job and the breathtakingly beautiful Jennifer Morrison is absolutely charming. However, 'Table For Three' belongs to Jesse Bradford and Sophia Bush. They are awesome as this weird, intrusive and clingy couple from hell and their scenes together are the highlights of the movie. Bush should definitely quit acting in soaps and consider acting more in films. To sum it up, 'Table For Three' is a fun movie to watch on a date or with friends.
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