Blind dating trailer
The structure and premise of the story aren't too bad at all, but the execution is lousy.As if the gimmicky punnery of that title isn't enough, the movie ends with KT Tunstall's 'Suddenly I See' blaring over the end credits after the predictable happy ending.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.is a movie about a blind man called Danny (Pine) who, erm, goes dating.Blind Dating is a romantic comedy film directed by James Keach that centers on Danny Valdessecchi (Chris Pine), a handsome and charming young man who undergoes an experimental procedure in order to allow him to see for the first time in his life.Blind since birth, Danny, at the push of his unusual family with a psychotherapist mother (Jane Seymour) and eye doctor father (Stephen Tobolowsky), allows surgeons to implant a microchip into his brain that connects to a camera, which gives him the illusion of sight.However, in the end, only one can win each of their hearts.Blind Dating (samuel goldwyn films) Release Date: May 11, 2007 Director: James Keach Cast: Chris Pine, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Anjali Jay, Jane Seymour, Stephen Tobolowsky Plot: A blind young man thinks he finds love with an Indian woman, though their relationship is fraught with cultural differences.
In each episode, two new men and women will strip down for a shot at igniting a spark with our primary daters.
Forget swiping, tweeting, texting and poking (does anyone still do that?
), the new series of Blind Date is promising a return to a simpler time when potential lovebirds met face to face – well, except for that big screen between them – and relied on real-life chemistry, charisma and lashings of innuendo to spark a romance (or not).
The two seem made for each other…until Leeza reveals that she has been promised to another man in an arranged marriage.
The film also stars Jane Seymour, who plays Danny’s psychologist and has a penchant for disrobing during their sessions together.