1 April 2005 | jkmix1982
Charming and funny...
This film is witty and entertaining... definitely worth the view. You'll find that the acting is natural and relaxed.
R. Kieth Harris (probably best known for his role in Big Fish) plays Louie King, a not-so-nice yet lovable guy who can't say "enough" when it comes to the ladies. Sadly, his attitudes accurately match the thinking of most men. But therein lies the beauty of his portrayal, it is realistic and believable.
Kate Leahey plays the role of feminist Marla Mann. OK, perhaps it's corny and predictable that Louie has to prove himself by getting past her (appropriate) defenses, but both characters handle the job well. Kate is definitely "easy on the eyes" and a naturally believable actress. Ms. Leahey is a relative newcomer to the screen but with her work on this film and other projects such as "Dawson's Creek" she has a rewarding career ahead of her.
But the best reason to check this out is to see an early work from the director. With unique perspectives on common life, Mr. Gill takes you along on his view of everyday situations and conversation. A winner with a big future, I look forward to seeing much more work from Mr. Gill.