Blind dating film review

Egged on by his laddish brother Larry (Eddie Kaye Thomas), he goes on a series of literal blind dates, only raising the odd laugh when attempting to pass himself off as a sighted person.

The tone changes drastically when he meets Leeza (Anjali Jay) and fails to realise that she’s an Indian facing an arranged marriage.

Despite the cast's best efforts this is not as charming as it sets out to be.

has spent the last couple of years languishing in a vault awaiting a release on these magnificent shores.

During the tests he meets a beautiful Indian nurse, Leeza (Anjali Jay).

Meanwhile, because Danny is a virgin at 22, his brother Larry (Eddie Kaye Thomas), who runs a limousine service, gets him a string of hilariously disastrous blind dates in between rentals.

woefully shifting tone frequently severs the audience's involvement with the storyline.

He finds the possibility of true love with a receptionist Leeza (Jay), but her strict Indian family already has something arranged for her on the marital front.A lightbulb must have materialised above a studio mogul's head when the movie's then-unknown star Chris Pine recently shot to prominence as James Kirk in J. Abrams's to show us that there was life before Tiberius.Sadly, while Pine is superb in the lead role, almost everything else fails to convince in this vastly uneven, unfunny and only sporadically dramatic enterprise.Soon the experiment proves to be a failure, as the fragile prosthesis in his brain moves, clouding his already weak vision, and Danny goes back to being blind.The Tomatometer rating – based on the published opinions of hundreds of film and television critics – is a trusted measurement of movie and TV programming quality for millions of moviegoers.