What's Your Number - Movie Night Review
I wanted to see What's Your Number, just because of her... I knew it would be a funny one!
The basis of the movie?
Ally (played by Anna) reads a magazine article that tells her that women that have slept with 20 guys have already missed their "Mr. Right" so she starts to freak out. It all happens as her sister is planning to marry the love of her life. So, sure... the pressure is on, as she is the older sister!
Ally starts trying to track down all of her past partners to see if one might be "the one."
It doesn't help that she has a new neighbor, who seems to open the door to get the paper normally wearing nothing but a smile, is a single guy! The neighbor is Chris Evans, I have never heard of him... but after looking him up on IMDB, he has been around for a bit, just not in movies I have seen.
This movie had me laughing all the way through it... Although, I was a bit disgusted by Joel McHale's character, good thing he isn't in it too long... I would love for there to be a sequel to this.. and now that I have watched the movie, I would love to read the book!
After reading a magazine article that insists if a woman has slept with at least 20 people that they have already missed Mr. Right, marketing executive Ally Darling (Anna Faris) begins to panic, thinking that she will be alone forever. With the help of her hunky new neighbor (Chris Evans), Ally starts tracking down all her ex-boyfriends, hoping to find her real true love while she helps him escape his latest fling. Hilarious hijinks and adventure ensues as Ally goes on her wild search for the best “ex” of her life, only to find what she is looking has been right in front of her all along.
Featuring hysterical supporting performances from Chris Pratt (Moneyball, “Parks and Recreation”), Joel McHale (“The Soup,” “Community”) and Andy Samberg (“Saturday Night Live,” Hot Rod), WHAT’S YOUR NUMBER? is based on the book “20 times a Lady” by Karen Bosnak and will be available as a Blu-ray combo pack and single disc DVD. Flaunting an unrated extended cut of the film and loaded with laugh-out-loud bonus material including new expanded flashback dates and gag reel, the Blu-ray combo pack and single disc DVD will be available for an average retail price of $29.99 and $19.99 respectively.
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