A group of friends made a bet at the end of high school to see who would bring the most attractive date to the ten-year reunion. That time has come, and the bet is worth $50,000.00. Time to surf the Internet for that perfect woman. This is, apparently, a comedy. Really. Utterly inept in every department (acting, writing, direction, editing, cinematography), this achieves the not-inconsiderable feat of making Corky Romano looking screamingly funny by comparison.
The sound is probably the best thing about this disc, and that is simply because there’s nothing aggressively bad about it. There’s nothing to write home about either. The sound is clear, but the music almost completely dominates the sound effects when it comes to a surround presence.
Blechhh, what an ugly looking film. Admittedly, this is not really the fault of the transfer. It’s still ugly though: washed out colours and considerable grain, making this direct-to-video (and hence fullscreen) effort look like it was shot on 16mm. (Or heck, even 8mm.)
The menu (limited to one page, really) is fully scored and animated, as are its transitions. The only extras is a series of outtakes. These outtakes unspool one after another with no commentary. Boring.
When you see this on the shelf, run away. As far and as fast as you can. Indescribably dull.
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