The story is somewhat obvious, and not that inventive, but it has a point, and even though it's sometimes a little cliché it's still very decent and enjoyable.
(After all IT IS a comedy/drama, there just has to bee some parts we all know.)Everybody are just human, after all.
Leeza is Indian and engaged but still goes out with Danny.
She falls for him but chooses her fiancée over him for cultural reasons.
After a bad speed dating incident, Steve sleeps with a hooker, and contract cana-syphil-aids, and is told he only has ...
100 min [ ] - Ginger Baker is known for playing in Cream and Blind Faith, but the ...16 year old Mark Wahlberg attacked 2 men, rendering one unconscious and the other blind ....
Evans, Chris' therapist with a penchant for disrobing in front of her sightless patient!
But the aspect of the film that sets it apart from many is the presentation of everyday type prejudices that can be every bit as hampering as a physical impairments!
Chris Pine is exceptionally fine in a challenging role, finding the balance between courage, comedy, and tenderness that make his character believable and lovable, and never once making a move that breaks his image as a sightless person.
The entire cast is fine, including a hilarious Jane Seymour as Dr.
What I'm confused about is the cover to the film, it looks like a teenage movie with hot girls and bad jokes, but it's everything but.
Chris Pine's portrait of a blind guy seems very real to me, and I really felt for him throughout the whole movie.
You can tell from the movie poster that the movie is intended to be taken light heartedly and be fun. His brother does not understand this and sets Danny up on a slew of bad dates; ranging from the overly emotional to the very promiscuous.