Tim thinks he's invited the woman of his dreams on a work retreat to Hawaii, realizing too late he mistakenly texted someone from a nightmare blind date.

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Tyler Spindel
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David Spade ... Tim Morris
Lauren Lapkus ... Missy
Nick Swardson ... Nate
Geoff Pierson ... Jack Winstone
Jackie Sandler ... Jess
Molly Sims ... Melissa
Sarah Chalke ... Julia
Chris Witaske ... Rich
Rob Schneider ... Komante
John Farley ... Calvin Sr.
Jorge Garcia ... Guy on Plane
Joe Anoa'i ... Tatted Meathead (Gary) (as Joe 'Roman Reigns' Anoai)
Jonathan Loughran ... Paul
Jared Sandler ... Stuart
Chris Titone ... Titone
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Tim thinks he's invited the woman of his dreams on a work retreat to Hawaii, realizing too late he mistakenly texted someone from a nightmare blind date.

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There's No Untexting Her Now.

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Comedy | Romance

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Trivia

In the scene where Tim, Missy and Julia are about to have a threesome, the song playing in the background is "My Neck, My Back", covered by Elle King, who is the daughter of Rob Schneider (Komante) in real life. See more »

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Jess: My husband, Paul, was a Guess Jeans model.
Paul: I used to have really skinny legs and a great a**. They photo-shopped my bottom half on Claudia Schiffer's torso.
Nate: Who do you model for now? Cinnabon?
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Crazy Credits

While the credits roll, there is a scene of Komante in a rowboat, together with the guy who was afraid to fly home, because Missy said he would die in a plane crash. See more »

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References Shark Tank (2009) See more »

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We Had
Written by Kevin Bong
Performed by Kevin Bong (as KBong)
Courtesy of Crucial Music Corporation
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Stupid humor but pretty entertaining and fun.
15 May 2020 | by cruise01See all my reviews

The Wrong Missy (3 out of 5 stars).

The Wrong Missy is a fair comedy film that is filled with stupid humor which is what you can expect from a Happy Madison production. A comedy movie that does have that typical predictable story and cliches but it is kind of entertaining.

The plot follows Tim (David Spade) who had a bad blind date when he met Melissa (Lauren Lapkus) with her loud, obnoxious, and weird personality. Months later, he meets another woman Melissa (Molly Sims) which her personality is like his dream woman. They swapped numbers and went there own ways in the airport. When his company is throwing a retreat in Hawaii. He decides to invite Melissa. Which he gets a surprise in the airport when Melissa from the blind date shows up. Which she tries to take charge of every situation she is in at his work party.

It is a predictable plot which you can tell who is going to get with who before it happens. Tim has an enemy at work which she hates him and is always trying to be better than him in front of there boss. She will be a conflict to Tim's secret about Missy and his dream girl Melissa. Tim and Missy are the opposites. He is quiet and passive. She is loud and clumsy.

Missy played by Lauren Lapkus is entertaining. She may act stupid and have that loud personality. Sometimes her performance may be overboard trying to get laughs. Which may be annoying than funny. She did decent with the character. David Spade, Molly Sims, Nick Swardson, and even Rob Schneider did decent with the performances. May not be great acting. But they are all entertaining with having fun with their characters.

If you seen previous Happy Madison production movies that Adam Sandler produced and enjoyed it. Than you will enjoy this as well. Simple predictable plot. With actors having fun with their characters. And plenty of dumb humor.


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Country:

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Language:

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Release Date:

13 May 2020 (USA) See more »

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