9 November 2004 | inkblot11
Love for the woman over thirty
Donnalee (Sherry Miller) is an architect with a history of romantic disappointment. Her business partner, Hallie (Leslie Hope) is in the same predicament. When Hallie finds success through a video dating company, Donnalee feels the urge to give it a try as well. Meanwhile, the ladies land a big project for their business and Donnalee has a nice-looking but agitating man and his grumpy daughter move in next door. What does the future hold for these gals, professionally and romantically?
Donnalee and Hallie are job smart and love dummies. Miller and Hope are lovely to look at and portray the frustration of the single woman over 30 very, very well. But, if only they would use their brains! The script is just a tad beyond mediocrity and the costumes or art direction are not noteworthy, either. Yet, the film is still worth watching for those who love romance movies beyond all others. Hold a showing at a gathering of thirty-something women soon, if you can locate a copy.