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Qwerty (2012)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 12 April 2012 (USA)
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This entertaining and heartwarming romantic comedy follows introverted 'word-nerd' Zoe, whose life is turned upside down when she meets her emotional match in irascible weirdo Marty. Before... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dana Pupkin Dana Pupkin ... Zoe
Eric Hailey Eric Hailey ... Marty
Bill Redding ... Lewis
Joel Wiersema ... Dirk
Claire Tuft Claire Tuft ... Katie
Katherine Banks ... Holly
Eliza Toser Eliza Toser ... Amber
Jake Jarvi ... Jake
Mike McNamara ... Ken
Jeff Garretson ... Jonathan
Kate Froehlich ... Lizzie
Dan Flannery ... Bob
Diana Simonzadeh ... Virginia
Sandy Gulliver ... Nancy
Sean Patrick Leonard ... Security Guard


This entertaining and heartwarming romantic comedy follows introverted 'word-nerd' Zoe, whose life is turned upside down when she meets her emotional match in irascible weirdo Marty. Before the adorable pair can live happily ever after, Zoe must gain the courage to enter the National Scrabble Championship and compete to become only the second woman in history to win the grand prize. Written by Anonymous

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12 April 2012 (USA) See more »


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$50,000 (estimated)
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A test scene for QWERTY, made in the Spring of 2009, was selected for inclusion on Paste Magazine's DVD Sampler, available to tens of thousands of people. See more »


Zoe: My grandma once told me that my grandpa used to stalk her, but back then it was called courtship.
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An unorthodox charming quirky film
26 April 2012 | by savageluyamusedSee all my reviews

Really loved this film. Not typical. Not predictable. Not any of the things that makes one usually roll their eyes at a romantic comedy. If I had to summarize it, I would say GENUINE. Realistic and not filled with fluff and ribbons and bows to tie it all up. Real people a real relationship and a really well told story. Great music throughout as well. Loved the characters, and the story unfolded in such a way that I found myself surprised and smiling for hours after seeing it. I thought the acting was terrific, and really enjoyed literally watching the characters develop as the movie unfolded. Zoe (Dana Pupkin) is captivating and Marty (Eric Hailey) was incredible. Numerous 'Dramedies" are speedy and filled with predictable elements- This will not just tug at your heartstrings, but has such astute observations about life, love and all that falls in between. Check this out, when and where you can-

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