Blind dating film review
When his brother Larry (Eddie Kaye Thomas) discovers Danny is a virgin, he makes every effort to lift that burden from him.
Although a series of dates goes very wrong in a number of ways, Danny eventually meets a nurse (Anjali Jay), who agrees to go out with him, although her Indian family may prove a greater hindrance to their happiness than his medical condition.
In the process of undergoing an experimental surgery that could partially restore his eyesight, blind Danny meets the woman of his dreams, only to find out that she's been promised to another guy.
But if love is really blind, then Danny has a chance.
James Keach's romantic comedy Blind Dating concerns a 22-year old blind man named Danny (Chris Pine).
Though Danny refuses to let his visual deficiency keep him from enjoying every aspect of life, he does shy away from women.
Pine works hard to demonstrate the rounded 'warts and all' nature of his character, who is as stubborn as he is brave.
The movie is produced by David Shanks and James Keach and is distributed by Samuel Goldwyn Films LLC.And director James Keach and screenwriter Christopher Theo eventually forget about the romance.As for Pine ("Just My Luck") and relative newcomer Jay, they're attractive leads, but their best efforts are continually undermined by this material.The film's title is an awfully bad pun that refers to the lovelife of a young blind man, Danny (Chris Pine).He's determined to overcome his disability but he's ridiculously unlucky at love.