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Is It Just Me? (2010)

Unrated | | Comedy, Romance | January 2010 (USA)
A socially shunned columnist finds his romantic match online, but messaging under the wrong account causes his sleazy roommate's picture to be forwarded, creating an identity mix-up.


J.C. Calciano


J.C. Calciano
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Nicholas Downs ... Blaine
David Loren David Loren ... Xander
Adam Huss ... Cameron
Michelle Laurent ... Michelle
Michael Donahue Michael Donahue ... Antonio
Bob Rumnock ... Bob
Bruce Gray ... Ernie
Christopher King Christopher King ... Frontier Model
Keith Roenke ... Barista
Christopher Tisa Christopher Tisa ... Coffee Patron (as Chris Tisa)
Brian Schulze Brian Schulze ... Cameron's Friend
Bryce Blais Bryce Blais ... Drew
Jed Bernard ... Pool Shark
Brody Kramer Brody Kramer ... Man in bed
Michael Hennessy Michael Hennessy ... Bartender #1


Frustrated by his ongoing failure to meet Mr. Right, Blaine stumbles upon what might be his perfect match in an online chat room - Xander, a sweet, hunky Texan who's recently moved to LA. Smitten, Blaine finds he's been chatting to Xander under his go-go dancer roommate's profile, setting in motion a convoluted comedy of errors with romance as the ultimate objective. Written by Palm Springs International Film Festival

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If you think it's everyone else... it's probably you!


Comedy | Romance


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Twenty-four minutes into the film, when Xander says "He's cute," his chin is up, but in the next shot his chin is down. See more »


Michelle: Wow, that is fascinating.
Blaine: Isn't it?
Michelle: No. I was practicing my sarcasm. How'm I doing?
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Featured in Billie Myers: I Hope Your Happy Now (2009) See more »


Finally Found Love
Written by Christopher Farrell and Chadwick
Performed by Chadwick
Courtesy of Silver Strand Music and Shake Hollow Music
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I almost have turned it off after some 20 minutes. Good thing I didn't... I guess.
21 July 2020 | by MarioTeeSee all my reviews

Some 5 minutes in the movie, our main lead, Nicholas, went to order a coffee, being treated extremely rudely by the coffee-bar boy, just because he is - at least the movie wanted us to believe - ugly enough to have a complicated coffee order. And instead of showing a spine, he acted as it was a completely normal thing. He also has a bi*chy straight girl-friend and annoying flatmate.

I disliked literally all of the characters of the movie in the first half - including beautiful but pale Xander (the second lead), for smiling like an idiot all the time, his old flatmate for being too curious about his life, Nicholas' boss and his secretary, basically, all characters that had any screen time.

However, somehow the movie turned out to be watchable, even enjoyable and cute. It's not, by any means, a great movie, but it's good enough to give you some emotions and stay entertained. The plot, despite being a bit stupid and easily solvable, still made some sense. And it shows the search for true love from the perspective of a guy most of us tend to believe we are - average, cute, romantic one. 5.5/10

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January 2010 (USA) See more »

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