Blind dating rated
The two hit it off and appear headed for romance, but unfortunately there's one thing standing in their way Leeza's tradition-minded parents, who have arranged for her to marry another Indian-American, Arvind (Sendhil Ramamurthy, from TV's "Heroes").
But all of this is marred by the film's surprisingly heavy emphasis on the sleaze factor.
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.
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Danny's brother Larry (Eddie Kaye Thomas) is essentially a pimp, and his shrink (Jane Seymour) is a sexually frustrated spinster who strips her clothes off in his presence.
Neither of these things are particularly funny, yet the film keeps coming back to them in an attempt to mine a few cheap laughs.
Sarcastic comments and thought bubbles flash across the screen during the silent, self-conscious moments that inevitably occur as the hapless subjects try to get to know each other in the car as they drive to prearranged date locations.
The producers of Blind Date are well aware of the fact that they're giving us junk television.
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