Lucy (Monica Potter) is dumped by the man she though would love her forever. In fact, sheis so off-putting in her confidence, that it’s hard to feel sorry for her when the dumping occurs inthe most humiliating way possible. The rest of the film follows her through a series of five dates.We cut back and forth between the dates, and which man she marries is held off for the end. Ifyou still care by then.
The 5.0 audio mix is a completely profess…onal job, even if it doesn’t entirely blow you away.The sound is clean, clear, and the music sounds fine. The sound effects are decent, and crowdscenes provide solid environmental effects.
The anamorphic widescreen transfer preserves the original 1.85:1 format. The blacks arefine, but the colours are a bit pale. So while the picture is clean enough, it is rather unexciting tolook at.
Trailers for I’m With Lucy, Maid in Manhattan and Stealing Harvard are the only extras onoffer here. The menu is silent and still.
Bare bones packaging of a romantic comedy that is standard stuff apart from a slightlydifferent narrative structure.
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