A waitress/actress in LA is back home for a friend's bridal shower. She lets her friends believe, that she's dating the hot actor Chas. Returning to LA, she meets Chas, who has his own reasons for keeping the rumor alive.
Clinton is convinced that Casey is a figment of his imagination. But seriously, what would a girl like her see in a guy like him? It seems that lately people are seeing all sorts of things ... See full summary »
Claire's a nurse with a supervisor who is intent on making her miserable. On a rare night off, she gets trapped in an elevator with a charming man. The next day she is introduced to him again but he does not recognize her.
When Lucy wakes up with a wedding dress in hand, she believes that she is late to her wedding with her ex-boyfriend Zac. However, she has no recollection of the past 2 years, including the fact that she is engaged to another man.
Andrew W. Walker,
If you want it to work out with Stephen, I mean, really work out for the long haul, just be his friend, and everything will fall into place from there.
Wow, I really didn't expect that from you.
Yeah, neither did I.
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After reading the positive reviews here, I thought that this was possibly one of those underrated movies that don't catch on because the plot was too feminist-driven or silly or whatever. Boy, was I wrong.
At first I thought the acting was bad (and it was at times), but then I realized that it wasn't the actors as much as it was a combination of a terrible script, terrible direction and sub-par production.
I expected the movie to play up some of the gender norm clichés, so as to highlight the change from Sam to Samantha. But this movie goes further than that. It is clear that everybody involved in the final production of this movie has never met a real person in their life. The clichés were not funny but offensive. I have to imagine this movie was written by some rich kid in Beverly Hills and their connected parents helped to pay for production.
Every character was a ridiculous caricature. I don't know who I am offended for more, men or women. Even the non-gender things were clichéd, like the names of things. Every line felt like it was written by a young high school student. I mean there's concise, and then there is straight to the point regardless as to whether the dialogue is believable or not.
This movie was not funny, not smart, not well put together, and not worth your time.
I gave it three stars: The first because it IS a movie. The second for giving out-of work actors some screen time. ...?
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