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Plot: Leo the dishwasher falls in love with a bride on the day of her wedding - to another man. Runtime: 97 mins Release Date: 05 Feb 2013
An unexpected good movie, highly recommend it to those who think love and a relationship should be perfect and magical or to those who need have a laugh at the expense of another's misfortune and shortcomings. The scenery of the movie mirrors Sara Canning's character Colette: beautiful and wild, a blend of tomboy/kind of crazy woman who's just perfect for Leo. It's a pleasant change to see Ryan Kwanten outside his Jason Stackhouse persona, and leaving no trace of it as other actors get stuck or comfortable just having one face for everything they work in. Also, Will <more>
Sasso's character -and performance- is funny and sweet. Overall, it's an underrated movie, and let's face it, it's because of the cast, I'm sure you saw "Jason Stackhouse" on the cover or poster and thought: "Oh, hell no!", but really, give it a chance, as I said before, you'll be unexpectedly surprised.
seriously underrated...it might not make you laugh but it will make you smile. (by alphadevilll)
Its not totally fresh but its funny.Its not the best kind of a love story but its romantic.its everything the title says it is...it is wrong but it feels right.the concept of loving a married woman,it was really weird for me in the beginning but it grew on me.The cast is good.I usually never write about the story in a review so that others can have a completely open mind as to what they will get to watch...just if its good or bad.But if you do decide to give it a try read the description of the basic plot and if you r okay with the silliness of it ,then expect some heartwarming scenes with <more>
touches of humour.You wont be disappointed.I agree with some of the other reviewers here those have said that there was much more scope for comedy. because the story itself is funny it could easily have produced laugh out loud moments without trying harder. i just feel that its a different take.so it feels much more real and relatable. i don't know whats real in loving a married woman on her wedding day but hey,i would definitely recommend it. it was good fun for me. and lol now you know that you can actually write a very long review and still manage to talk nothing about the plot.
There is something very very special about this movie. Sure Leo is completely nuts in his mission to pursue Colette. Buts that is only a fragment of the actual plot, like the glue between the pieces.Mostly I love this movie for everything it achieves, the scenery is beautiful and magnificent, and it plays so well into the story. From his fear of hights, to her love for nature. And I have never before in my life watched a movie in witch I did like every character. To the Troys trying to defend their friend yet still being professional with the gallery, to Julie and her need to find someone to <more>
climb mountains for her. No scene or shot is boring, fore they all seem to have a bigger purpose. This movie has so many red threads and symbols yet they all tie into a beautiful knot at the end. I also love how this movie has no rushed decisions. Colette did not even consider Leo until she found out that her husband did not respect her viewes on the renovation project, as he stood talking to a man he knew she despised. Leo did not follow Colette like a lost puppy, instead he showed her that he was interested in getting to know her. He went on her four of her tours and listened to her views, but he stayed stubborn. Following his heart, trying so hard to make her see in him what he saw in her. When she punches him in the faces you do not feel sad for the guy. It is rightfully what he deserves. But his apology in sunflowers is the first sign that he might not be so wrong for her. She needs a break after her divorce and she tells him that she did not leave her husband for him he leaves her alone, respecting her and listening to her Leo finally setts his stubbornness aside to please her request. Then in curiosity she picks up his book and fortunately falls in love with him through his words. In the end she is the one chasing him. What I mentioned above, the whitty jokes and amazing humor is what makes this movie special. In my opinion this movie did not need a happy ending to be a 10/10, but I am still happy I got one.
I've seen literally hundreds of romantic comedies and this one is my all-time favorite. The main reason is that our hero sets out on an outrageous and ballsy goal, and the movie carefully and cleverly shows how he might succeed. Leo goes gaga when he first casts eyes on Collette. The fact that this happens at her wedding doesn't faze him. Nor does her obvious passion for her new husband Danny--a tall, handsome, rich lawyer who skied in the Olympics and founded a children's charity. Nor does Leo's own place in the world: a failed writer working as a dishwasher, and the butt of <more>
countless jokes from a widely successful blog, Why You Suck, written by his ex-wife. "Granted, there are obstacles," Leo admits. But he's not afraid to try to win Collette's heart even if Danny is looking on. Fortunately Leo has a high tolerance for physical pain. Leo's big challenge sets up the movie's challenge: Give Leo a credible chance in spite of the obstacles. So the remaining 80 minutes are packed with intelligent twists and turns that might help him see daylight. Practically every secondary character has a hand in pushing Leo either forwards or backwards on his rocky path. Another reason the movie works is that Leo is a likable guy. He's witty, honest, uber-idealistic and surprisingly low-key for the size of the torch he's carrying. He elevates his humble job to an art form, even using a dishwashing machine for a quantum physics demonstration. The film features a clever script and beautiful scenes of the Canadian Rockies. Will Sasso and Catherine O'Hara help provide light-hearted depth, and Rachel Portman predictably nails the score. Even the closing song was a perfect fit. I'm sorry the movie's IMDb rating is much lower than I expected. Ironically, the point of the movie is that something that's wrong for others could be right for me.
This story is a good one. The only reason I don't give it a ten is the rough spots here and there. Yes, it is Rom-Com formulaic, but it does not have the smarmy Hollywood quality that taints so many similar movies. I found the the lack of super-slick production rather charming, actually.It feels like a good first effort from a talented director, played out by actors that, while not at all novices, have not yet perfected their craft. It could have benefited from some more stringent cutting; several inessential scenes hit me as sophomoric or hackneyed and made me stop watching . . . but I <more>
kept coming back to the DVD for a bit more. A good thing -- not viewing all of this movie would have been a mistake, a disservice to myself.
nice warm movie with lots of twist and turns. I was little disappointed at how it ended but film was genuine. Actors did good job and idea which writer wanted to portray , they managed to do it. you actually start feeling bad for the guy who just wants to provide for the girl.movies like this takes courage . the girls husband and his friends could have done better acting but nevertheless the girl and guy hold the movie together. her job was little unbelievable and i thought a stereotype is being generated here about modern independent woman are all about nature and stuff . could this movie be <more>
better ? definitely by better writing . it was like writers found a brilliant first plot but did not work hard in small part of the story.
I just want to start off by saying I accept there is some major plot holes like why didn't she get a restraining order? And this isn't cute this is definitely stalking... I also feel a lot of sub plots were abandoned and a great deal is left unexplained or "cut to fit" leaving the bare minimum behind. However if you're happy to simply over look the gross interpretations of reality and roll with it, you'll find yourself enjoying a really good film. The main character is beautifully portrayed, the story evolves at the perfect pace, and you're left with a smile on <more>
your face at the end. It's funny, the more I reflect on the movie the more short falls I can see, that previously I had blissfully ignored so I could better enjoy the film. I hope this happens/ed to you too.
Rom-Coms Don't Get Much Better than This (by danew13)
From my viewpoint there's nothing much wrong with the Right Kind of Wrong. At first I figured it would be another low budget trite teen comedy. But instead I viewed triumph of the spirit. A film about a good guy Ryan Kwanten down on himself because of his marriage breakdown.Then its love at first sight with a new bride at her wedding Sara Canning . He becomes obsessed with winning her away from her husband. In the process he discovers his true self and his new love discovers him.Now to top this off, the film was shot amidst the rustic and majestic splendor of Alberta, Canada. And to be <more>
honest, it is a plus factor for tourism there.I'm going. This was a thoroughly enjoyable film.
Lighthearted romantic comedy with some great laughs. (by face-819-933726)
Here we have an excellent romantic comedy filmed in Canada and I really mean excellent. Ryan Kwanten is a great Australian actor, though he does let his accent slip a couple of times, that most people won't even notice he is really funny, and very good at the physical comedy and he uses those skills very well in this movie. Will Sasso Is kind of blowing up right now, and I am glad to see it as he has been paying his dues for a long time. The story is more in the style that a guy can deal with watching if he is forced to, with pratfalls, and lots of great characters that get <more>
developed really well over the course of the movie. I had a good laugh, and really Enjoyed this movie, so there is no reason that I would not recommend it. You have to be warned that there is some really Canadian style adult humour.