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Blind dating movie review

Not since Kim Cattrall in Porky's has a woman been hotter to trot. It ambles along to no great effect but has a few chuckles along the way. In the film's best scene, Danny goes to great lengths to go on a first date without letting the woman know he's blind. Leeza, a receptionist at a doctor's office for blind patients, takes a liking to Danny. We'd like to be seated immediately.

Well, since I absolutely hated it, I figured I'd do the same. Hated hated hated hated hated this movie. James Keane, the director, happened to be there with his wife, Jane Seymour who is in the movie.

He said it's being released in May and if you like it, tell your friends. That's about where the fun stops because from this point on he becomes a vehicle for cheap jokes and stereotypes.

Larry keeps trying to set him up, but Larry also has a tendency to hire prostitutes to fill the bill, and that rightly pisses Danny off. To think James Keane said he was really proud of this movie. But she's Indian, and therefore her family has an arranged marriage set up for her.

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There's probably a good movie out there about the social awkwardness that can result from being blind, but this is absolutely not it. Danny, who is well aware she's doing it, finds it amusing but frustrating. For Danny, every date is a pity date, and he's tired of it. But this movie treats Danny like a joke surrounded by phoned-in caricatures. Because apparently you have to be someone who works with blind people to ever fall in love with one.