Devon sawa extreme dating
There's not the crazy guy, the sensitive guy, the I-don't-know-I'm-hot girl, instead, just 20 somethings, looking for love and getting in ass-backwards situations. She is super funny when she tries to seduce guys, but ends up making a fool of herself.And there are some great scenes with some old coots that pay off perfectly.This is Devon Sawa's second film in a row to exploit the "Extreme" name, but thankfully, this one fares better than Extreme Ops, although that doesn't say much at all.The performances are energetic, but with insipid dialogue and a vapid concept, the movie runs around in circles before finally expiring around half way through. I'm guessing there are issues underlying his weight problem, but I don't know what they are. I am so glad I bought this movie and I got this package today!! I haven't seen Devon's latest film, 'Shooting Gallery', but I know it's out on DVD and I'm going to buy it soon. And if you ever wondered what the guy looks like who does the voice of Bender on Futurama, he plays one of the two kidnappers.Extreme Dating has a lot of laughs in it.'Extreme Dating' is some sort of sequel to 'Extreme Ops', in that it stars Devon Sawa again and has the word 'Extreme' at the start of the title.
Then he is seriously fat and pasty in the movie 'Extreme Ops' but looks great in the promo material for it. it's been a while to have a laugh on my face and this is 100% comedy movie!! watering my eyes but good thing that I didnt haveto go pee couple of times from laughing so hard and I didnt eat or drink anything while I watch this movie... Devon Sawa (known in Now and Then, Final Destination and other movies) and Andrew Keegan (known in Brokenheart Club, Camp Of Nowhere and other movies). However, the plan backfires when the kidnappers hired actually kidnap and hold the two for ransom for real.An attractive but unremarkable cast headline this straight-to-video release, but none of them are particularly talented enough to make any of the resulting nonsense as funny as the makers of the film seemed to think it would be.They plot a fake kidnapping but the plan goes awry when the kidnappers turn out to be ex-cons with plans of their own.The remaining friends must now rescue the captives and manage to avoid the law at the same time.
It looks like a sitcom, and plays like one, except at four times the length and half of the laughs of your typical TV comedy.