Ally thinks she is just your average woman looking for the right guy. When a magazine (think Cosmo) tells her that the average amount of men women are with is much (MUCH) lower than her own score, she starts to panic. Perhaps she had the right one and let him get away! So Ally, not wanting to add to her number, cuts a deal to have her neighbor Collin help her locate the men of her past.
I received this movie for review from Think Jam Publicity. I was excited to give it a try as it sounded like a cute story – and for the most part it was.
Anna Faris is a funny actress (think Hot Chick, The Scary Movie spoofs…). When I seen she was in this movie I was thrilled. Add Chris Evans to this mix (Cellular, Puncture, Captain America) and you have a fun couple of main actors.
The story line as I mentioned above is Ally (Anna) decided there is no way she is going to add to her already significant number of men so she is going to instead go back through the men of her past to make sure “the one” did not slip through her fingers. By recruiting cute neighbor guy Collin to assist her, while she helps him escape his own messes in life, the outcome is pretty funny.
While over all the movie is predictable, it was also funny.
The movie is rated R for a reason – there are a few sexual references and a couple racier moments in the movie.
Thank you to Think Jam Publicity for sending me a copy of this movie to reveiw