Jeff and Anne, two close friends and co-workers in a suburban high school, are embarrassingly unlucky at love. With nothing else to lose, they hatch a plan to transform themselves over the course of a sex-and-alcohol-fueled summer into the cool, confident people they aspire to be. At first an exhilarating adventure of self-discovery, Jeff and Anne's journey turns into a laugh-out-loud experiment as they lose their identities, their dignity, and quite possibly each other.Written by
This is a cute little movie. It has its fun and silly moments. It has also some which are kinda boring, but, all in all, it is fun to watch.
For me, the funniest moments were in the beginning of the movie, when they make an introduction of the two main roles: the date in the restaurant and the doctor appointment. I guess these first 2,3 minutes of the movie that were funny to me set the tone of the movie as funny although it is not really funny all the time.
It is a cliché movie like millions of other movies where there are two people of the opposite sex. You know from the beginning how the movie will end. It is obvious in this movie too, though the path to 'love' is kinda weird. And that is what I kinda did not like about the movie. The two characters seemed like lost in their 'transition' .
The book group - all in all - had no real purpose in the film. But I do give kudos that the movie does pay tribute to books!
As I said, cute lil movie, but that's just it. Six from me.
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