Jane Grant has just received an invitation to her younger cousin's wedding, and it's engraved with two of the most dreaded words a perpetually available sing can encounter: "plus guest." Come wedding day, Jane had better deliver. After all, she's already told everyone, including her meddlesome Aunt Ina and now-famous high school nemesis Natasha Nutley, that she's in a serious relationship. Now Jane has two months to find a guy to fit the lie, complete the guest list, and save face. If the series of miserable set-ups orchestrated by her well-meaning best friends Eloise and Amanda are any indication, Jane's in for big trouble. From the first date to blind date, from double date to last date, the match game is on - and with millions of men to pick from, Jane is sure to find Mr. Right, right?
Writer:Melissa Senate (novel), Sheila R. Lawrence (teleplay)
A single girl living in New York tries to impress her high school nemesis by inventing the perfect boyfriend as her date to an impending wedding, then embarks on a string of blind dates to fill the bill. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Alecs M (jp) wrote: La empec a ver y no pude seguir. Era demasiado ver la carrera de Amenbar caer en picada.
Jessica G (gb) wrote: This movie wouldn't be so bad, if it was not for the fact that all the characters are so "#!"#&% stupid!So everybody knows there's a killer croc in the water... then WHY do they get so surprised when they hear something in the water?Especially the scene where a girl got a puppy, she sits on the floor in a hut above water and says "The dog is barking, but I don't know why."The sister, outside, says "It probably is just a crab."Then it takes ages before hero realizes that, oh, MAYBE it was the killercroc. Wow...Do I even NEED to mention the pre-schoolers that goes for a swim and "Don't wanna" come up out of the water?The guy basically said it: If there's a croc - let them get eaten!Everybody goes near or in the water despite that they know the croc is there, it's being aired on the "#!"#&% news, so they can't be completely oblivious to it!
Krista K (de) wrote: Totally fascinating - I remember Salzman from his film Iron & Silk years ago. Now I want to see Jessica Yu's Henry Darger documentary.
Josiah C (kr) wrote: Superficial and boring.
Grant S (ru) wrote: Sub-par. Plot is perplexing and often simply random. David Mamet tries to be too clever for his own, and our, good. Dialogue is all over the place, and often quite hammy.Val Kilmer does his best James Bond / Mission Impossible routine, but doesn't pull it off completely. Just not overly convincing. Bizarre dialogue doesn't help. Supporting cast are good, especially Derek Luke and Ed O'Neill.
Geo T (nl) wrote: The film started too slow but then it got better overall this film at times was not entertaining to watch especially the beginning
Scott M (nl) wrote: Story about a bunch of dumb idiots who sign up at the police academy and how they go about getting trained. One of my favorite comedies as a kid, but not near as good today. Steve Gutenberg plays the part straight which I enjoy. Much better than playing it goofy like Adam Sandler or Jim Carrey.
Brian C (kr) wrote: There was some really intriguing parts to this story, and Shari Shattuck is quite good portraying the descent into further madness, but overall the movie doesn't work very well. Once Raven and her trio of friends start showing it, it starts to get cartoonish and silly.