What's Your Number?

What's Your Number?

Ally Darling (Anna Faris) is realizing she's a little lost in life. Her latest romance has just fizzled out, and she's just been fired from her marketing job. Then she reads an eye-opening magazine article that warns that 96 percent of women who've been with 20 or more lovers are unlikely to find a husband. Determined to turn her life around and prove the article wrong, Ally embarks on a mission to find the perfect mate from among her numerous ex-boyfriends.

A woman looks back at the past twenty men she's had relationships with in her life and wonders if one of them might be her one true love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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What's Your Number? torrent reviews

Rene S (fr) wrote: Disappointing letdown. Even the great cast couldn't save it. Snooze feast. Full of cliches and a plot that just limps along.

Dean K (gb) wrote: A typical low budget B movie horror straight to DVD release. So corny and bad it actually becomes more of a comedy. Saying that the CGI wasn't half as bad as I have seen on other films. It also has a few familiar faces including Tara Reid. Good if you like low budget trashy horrors otherwise you'll want to avoid it.

Philip N (jp) wrote: Okay turn by director Cheang but rather disappointing after the bleak yet fascinating "Dog Eat Dog". The final fight was so Rocky.

David A (es) wrote: (from The Watermark, 08/30/97) This mythological mish-mash seems to have a terrible identity crisis. Sorbo plays the title role, a common man who becomes a king. The royal relatives in line for the throne are not happy, so they summon up the grand goddess of Hell (Carrere, in impressive diva mode) to get rid of the hero. The film's problem is it tries to incorporate too many things: The story is timeless in theme, but peppered with anachronistic modern touches. The score is 3/4 classical and 1/4 heavy metal. Its scenic direction is an odd combination of Greek, Egyptian, and Bob Mackie. (Did they even have sequins back then?) Kull is one of those epics in which the producers are aiming to make another Star Wars, but instead crank out another LadyHawke. Queer Quotient: At least the script provides Sorbo with a lot of shirtless scenes - smart move. Sorbo has a eunuch servant who is very effeminate and motherly, and would have probably been played by Divine were he still alive. But, even gayer: I was shocked to find Fierstein playing a small role as an unscrupulous friend of Sorbo's. His best line, when he is being forced to embark on a long journey by ship: "Kull, you know I hate the smell of fish!"

Matthew L (br) wrote: There is something about Burt Reynolds movies that bring me back to a time of cheesy 80's male dominated roles with stupid humor. The thing that makes these movies good is the cheap humor and the bloopers at the end. The thing that makes these really bad is the stupid humor and the bad acting and the fake Burt Reynolds hair. This one is no exception and is just an all around bad movie, but it is funny to watch and remember how horrible 80's action movies really were.

DARLA H (kr) wrote: A REALLY CUTE, SWEET MOVIE ! ONE OF MY FAVORITES !

Private U (ca) wrote: Didn't get great reviews, but I loved it. Great filming and story, some of the characters could have used a little work, but otherwise it was well done.

Steve W (it) wrote: Hilarious. That is the word I use to describe this hilarious send up of Tolstoy and Napoleonic wars. Its funnier if you're familiar with the subject matter, but Allen's rants are hilarious, and Diane Keaton's no slouch either. Both are frantic and hilarious, channeling the Marx Bros. and delivering jokes with deadpan delivery. I consider this one of Woody Allen's best films.

William P (au) wrote: Hilarious!! Ha ha ha...!!