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.But the frustrations of middle-age dating are just one motif in this highly original film.A related issue is the incessant blows dealt to male identity in a society that is outwardly patriarchal but where men can no longer sustain the normative roles of feeder, provider, and figure of authority.(less) This web site is not affiliated with the Blu-ray Disc Association. All trademarks are the property of the respective trademark owners. The film's title is an awfully bad pun that refers to the lovelife of a young blind man, Danny (Chris Pine).
Book 11 Setting: small-town America Themes: childhood trauma and its echoes in adulthood, ugliness lurking behind small-town quaintness, overcoming evil Plot notes: stuttering, oversized spiders, Dracula, Hansel & Gretel, a werewolf, Frankenstein’s monster, blood oath, a random turtle Book 12 Setting: Modern day US Themes: power/control, life choices Plot notes: “I don’t do the girlfriend thing”, drunk calls, private helicopter, “written consent”/nondisclosure agreement, “hard limits”, a of crying Book 13 Setting: The universe Themes: Science!
Unfortunately, the makers of this independently produced comedy weren't content to let the film be a simple, sweet romance.
So they added sexual and scatological humor that leaves a pretty bad aftertaste.
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