Speed dating in movies
Most of the other characters in the movie were lacking personality and failed to shine on the screen.
And that made the movie a rather dull and colorless experience.
So I watched it with a clean slate and no expectations.
I sat down to watch "Speed-Dating" without having heard anything about it previously.
I am sure there is an audience for "Speed-Dating" out there, I just wasn't the target audience for it.
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Sure, sounds plausible enough, but it came off as a weak result.
What was one of the more funny things in "Speed-Dating" was the tranny at the event and also the guy who rarely got to sit down and talk with the ladies.
I think I only recognized Chris Elliott and Holly Robinson Peete here, to be honest.Those children include a Russian runaway who flees his divorcing parents in Andrey Zvyagintsev’s —a Noah Baumbach comedy in which the disturbed children are grown men.Adam Sandler and Ben Stiller play Danny and Matthew Meyerowitz, a pair of squabbling brothers who compete to eke out some love, or at least a smidgeon of respect, from their irascible, self-absorbed, pontificating father.However, I was bored senseless throughout the movie and there weren't really that many laughs.The story is fairly straight forward though, as you have a group of young people setting up 'speed-dating' events at their club, in order to meet and hook up with women.
He’s Harold Meyerowitz, a New York sculptor who’s a legend in his own mind, a lion in winter who’s convinced he’s never had the recognition he’s due.