Zu scharf, um wahr zu sein (2010)

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Zu scharf, um wahr zu sein: Directed by Jim Field Smith. With Jay Baruchel, Alice Eve, T.J. Miller, Mike Vogel. An average Joe meets the perfect woman, but his lack of confidence and the influence of his friends and family begin to pick away at the relationship.

“(Synopsis) Molly (Alice Eve) is a sexy event planner who is delayed by a sleazy airport security guard. Another security guard, Kirk (Jay Baruchel) comes to her rescue, and passes her through to catch her plane. Luckily, Kirk finds Mollyu0026#39;s phone that she left behind, and from the plane, Molly calls her phone and invites Kirk to a party to return her phone when she returns. Kirk is smitten by Molly, but his friends point out to him that he doesnu0026#39;t have a chance, because he is only rated as a u0026quot;5u0026quot; and Molly is definitely a u0026quot;10u0026quot;. And as everybody knows, you can only date a girl who is only u0026quot;2u0026quot; above your score, so that means Kirk can only successfully date a u0026quot;7u0026quot;. However, Molly has something else in mind, because she has found that Kirk is sweet, amusing, honest, and different from the men she has been dating. Kirk, on the other hand, has one big insecurity problem; Kirk believes Molly will dump him as soon as she realizes her mistake. Under these circumstances, and everything working against Kirk and Molly, is it possible for them to build a relationship that will bloom and flourish? u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003e(My Comment) This is an unlikely love story that is a really sweet romantic comedy. You would think that it is a womenu0026#39;s movie, but it actually is a guyu0026#39;s movie, because it gives the u0026quot;5su0026quot; of the world the belief that they have a chance to catch and have a relationship with a u0026quot;10u0026quot;. The trailers portray that there are a lot of raunchy sex scenes in the movie, but actually, it is more your imagination then the real thing. The story does show and prove that a person with low self esteem will have a hard time in life fulfilling his dream. Hopefully, people who saw this movie will take this lesson of life to heart and go for the gold, or in this case a u0026quot;10u0026quot;. Jay Baruchelu0026#39;s performance as the quirky geek was right on target, and Alice Eveu0026#39;s portrayal of Molly made her very likable. Both actors characterization of the low self-image problem was very believable. This is one of those hilariously funny love stories that could be a sleeper hit. I laughed throughout the whole movie, and left the movie in a happy mood. (Paramount, Run Time 1:44, Rated R)(7/10)”


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