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Blind Dating (2007)

Blind Dating

Overview


Genre

Comedy, Romance

Release Date

May 11, 2007 (Limited)

MPAA Rating

PG-13

Duration

95 min.

Studio

Samuel Goldwyn Films

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.    Readers  4 of 5 [Rate It]

Cast and Crew


Director

James Keach

Producer

James Keach, Joy Mellins, David Shanks, Costa Theo

Screenwriter

Christopher Theo

Starring

Story


"Blind Dating" is a hilarious comedy about Danny (Chris Pine), an intelligent, confident, handsome young man who also happens to be blind. Not that he's letting that hold him back—for the most part, Danny refuses to let his visual impairment get in the way of anything. He's one of the most popular guys in town, and is even an ace at basketball. Which is why Danny's girl-crazy, limo-driving brother Larry (Eddie Kaye Thomas, "American Pie") is horrified to discover that Danny is not only shy and nervous when it comes to the opposite sex, he's also a virgin.

Determined to help Danny have his first sexual experience, his brother Larry sets up a series of hysterically disastrous blind dates with shallow girls that can't seem to get past his sight impairment. Danny is all but ready to give up on love, until he meets a pretty young East Indian nurse named Leeza (Anjali Jay), who works at the office of his eye doctor. The two seem made for each other…until Leeza reveals that she has been promised to another man in an arranged marriage. The film also stars Jane Seymour, who plays Danny's psychologist and has a penchant for disrobing during their sessions together.

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..a bizarre-yet-bland mix of Bend It Like Beckham, American Pie and that '99 Val Kilmer dud At First Sight..”
by Annemarie Moody [The Arizona Republic]
“..as an amiable light comedy it's a pleasant diversion..”
by Jim Hemphill [Reel.com]
“..a bad idea poorly executed..”
by Dr. Frank Swietek [One Guy's Opinion]