He could have begun by ditching all attempts at broad humour since not one of the gags hits the funny bone.Danny konnte schon als kleines Kind nichts sehen und ist trotzdem ohne etwas zu verpassen ein gutaussehender und intelligenter junger Traumtyp geworden. Währenddessen beschäftigt sich Danny mit der Möglichkeit einer Gehirnoperation, die ihn wahlweise sehend oder schwerbehindert machen könnte. Das zumindest findet sein Bruder Larry, der Limousinenvermieter, und beginnt Blind Dates anzubandeln für Danny mit jenen unter seinen Kundinnen, die so ein Frauensteher wie Larry für bruderwürdig hält.
The first is a revolutionary experiment that could allow him to see.
The other is the wonderfully fragrant new receptionist called Leeza (Anjali Jay). So it's a bit of a bummer that Leeza's family has arranged for her to marry a nice Indian chap (Sendhil Ramamurthy, hopelessly wooden Dr Suresh in Heroes). Especially director James Keach who has no idea how to make the misconceived pieces of the script fit together.
Despite the cast's best efforts this is not as charming as it sets out to be.
A hilarious comedy about Danny, an intelligent, confident young man, who happens to be blind.
There's one big reason why you should watch this film; only one.
And that's the fact that we have an Indian playing the heroine to an all-American hero.
Like, when the American family thinks the gals wearing a curtain (oops, that's a sari buddy).
Chris ‘the new Captain Kirk' Pine boldly goes into this unusual romantic comedy as a virginal blind guy whose brother (American Pie's Eddie Kaye Thomas) is determined to see him pop his cherry. Switching between slapstick, seriousness and Jane Seymour as a psychologist who can't keep her clothes on, this is... Small wonder this hard-to-swallow cocktail of bawdy comedy, cross-cultural romance and issue-of-the-week melodrama was left on the shelf for three years.
Pine's next film, Z for Zachariah, comes out next month and a new trailer for the upcoming disaster drama The Finest Hours (2016) in which Pine stars as Captain Bernie Webber, dropped yesterday.
Here are seven of Pine’s films that fans ought to watch that have flown under the radar: As we wait for Into the Woods to hit theaters this Christmas to hear Pine sing, you can watch this film in which the actor plays Rhett Ryan, a singer-songwriter living in a small town.
Harper’s in big trouble and, facing an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission, he learns that his father has passed away and that he has a half-sister and a nephew.