Blind dating chris pine movie
If nothing else, the DVD of Blind Dating really emulates the experience of going on a blind date: you go in with a mixture of hope and fear, you start off pleasantly surprised and then quickly fall into despair when it’s not as bad as you expected…it’s worse.Of course, you’d have to be legally blind to pick this film off the shelf considering its blink-and-you missed-it theatrical run and that the resumes of the two headlining stars consist of smashes like Just my Luck, American Wedding and Freddy Got Fingered.So they added sexual and scatological humor that leaves a pretty bad aftertaste.The film's title is an awfully bad pun that refers to the lovelife of a young blind man, Danny (Chris Pine).Die Mädchen, die Larry aussucht, sind jedoch zu oberflächlich, um an Danny interessiert zu sein.Als er schließlich bei seinem Augenarzt die ostindische Krankenschwester Leeza trifft, verlieben sich die beiden sofort ineinander. Neither of these things are particularly funny, yet the film keeps coming back to them in an attempt to mine a few cheap laughs.Synopsis: Blind Dating is a hilarious comedy about Danny (Chris Pine), an intelligent, confident, handsome young man who also happens to be blind.
As he prepares for an experimental treatment that at best can give him black and white vision just crisp enough to identify a face, he agrees to allow his greasy older brother Larry (Eddie Kay Thomas) to set him up on a series of ‘blind dates”…no pun intended… As Danny suffers through endless dates from overacting hell, he finally makes a connection with Leeza (Anjali Jay), the Indian receptionist at his eye doctor’s office.
Blind Dating is a hilarious comedy about Danny (Chris Pine), an intelligent, confident, handsome young man who also happens to be blind.
This is a pleasant enough flick about a blind guy who dates. Chris Pine manages to be cute and sweet and turn in a decent leading man performance that isn't embarrassing. Votes are used to help determine the most interesting content on RYM.
And that's how he meets Leeza (Anjali Jay), a lovely Indian-American receptionist.
The two hit it off and appear headed for romance, but unfortunately there's one thing standing in their way Leeza's tradition-minded parents, who have arranged for her to marry another Indian-American, Arvind (Sendhil Ramamurthy, from TV's "Heroes").