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.A hilarious comedy about Danny (Chris Pine), an intelligent, confident, handsome young man who also happens to be blind.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.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.Also starring Jane Seymour and directed by James Keach, Blind Dating is a warm and funny story about overcoming cultural boundaries, physiological differences, and above all, finding true love.To find out, we sent two eligible writers—one from , one from Esquire—on what might be the longest blind date in history.
The title and cover of this DVD suggest a film that is more fluff than substance. BLIND DATING is a well-written (Christopher Theo), well-directed (James Keach - brother of Stacy Keach and husband of Jane Seymour) story about the coping of the visually impaired, the quirks of Italian and Indian families, brotherhood, and the gamut of finding the right partner in a world of essential blind dating!Now: I am not a natural-born hugger, at least not with people I don't know, and so the hug took me by surprise.(2) Not that it should have.How else are you supposed to say hello to someone who in a few hours will know more about you than you've told most of your friends and blood relatives?The Tomatometer rating – based on the published opinions of hundreds of film and television critics – is a trusted measurement of movie and TV programming quality for millions of moviegoers.
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The filmmakers’ major problem, other than their obvious B-Movie aspirations, is that they never decided exactly what sort of film they wanted to make.