Anna Faris is Ally Darling, a young woman who decides after hitting the number of 20 lovers, to re-visit all her ex-boyfriends in the hope of finding the man of her dreams.
A sassy and hilarious comedy about one woman’s unconventional search for love. Includes all the bits too rude for the cinema!
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Pleasantly hilarious and entertaining: this film may not be an absolute masterpiece, still it has all the ingredients for a well-made comedy. Sure, the ending is quite predictable since the first part but everything is filled with funny sketches and most of all, the performance of both Anna Faris and Chris Evans is really good. Regarding technical details, image and sound are flawless, in addition to the original English audio track many dubbing versions are included, more specifically French, Castilian and Latin Spanish, Italian, Portuguese Brazilian and German. Subtitles are available for all these languages and also for Arabic, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish and Turkish. The disc is both region A and B.
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What's Your Number is such an underrated film. It is a Hollywood film with a typical Hollywood ending, but it is more to do with the ride the film has to offer. The film is based on a novel by Karyn Bosnak and I read this back in 2006. It is such a laugh out loud book and had me in stitches in the most inconvenient places like on a train for example. The novel isn't like the film so it uses the same novel to film elements. But in all, it's like a new parallel version to the novel and in this case, it's a fun film. The film is about a character called Ally Darling who has slept with 19 people. After reading an article called "What's your number" she panics and says she wants number 20 to be the one. Disaster strikes and it happens... On a drunken night... With her ex boss. Giving him the benefit of the doubt that maybe God led her in the right Direction, she sees sense after a dreadful moment of seeing what he is like. Due to unemployment and a non existing love life, Ally makes a journey to rediscover her past 19 ex's and one night stands to discover if any could be The One with the help from her neighbour Colin. Anna Faris and Chris Evans star in this film and the relationship between them is adorable! It's a fun packed film. Definitely recommend!
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