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You get a fairly good idea of what you’re about to watch, which is the point anyway. As a matter of fact, this entire DVD is an experiment in mediocrity.
The transfer is clean but nothing spectacular, and the sound design is passable (and even has a few special effects in the surround track) but ultimately forgettable.
Louisa Clark is a "warm, chatty, life-enhancing presence with a lot of potential." That's how the 26-year-old's former employer, a café owner who is closing his business, describes her in a letter of recommendation after he's forced to let her go.
But despite the gaggle of glowing adjectives in that sentence, if anything, it undersells just how exuberant, effervescent and extroverted Louisa really is.
Will treats Louisa so shabbily at first that she just about does decide to pack it in after the first 10 days or so of spending time with him.
Dating can be used to describe exclusive and nonexclusive relationships, both short-term and long-term.
And now, thanks to mobile apps, dating can involve a succession of rendezvous over drinks to check out a dizzying parade of “matches” made with the swipe of a finger.
The trailer, by the way, should not be watched before you view the film, as it the trailer sells the movie way short. It’s invaded sports, elimination challenges, potato chips and now – dating. Well, it’s not taking your lover on a skydiving outing.
It’s tricking your love interest into a situation in which they are supposed to fear for their lives, in the hopes that the panic and desperation of the situation causes fireworks to shoot off, winning you a partner for life. And apparently this is easier than asking someone out.
In this case we have a simple photo montage built around a simple logo.