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Neal is knee deep in a quarter life crisis and trying to get over a traumatic break up by doing what anyone would do, tricking women on the Internet. His plan is going amazingly well until h Read all Neal is knee deep in a quarter life crisis and trying to get over a traumatic break up by doing what anyone would do, tricking women on the Internet.
His plan is going amazingly well until he meets Jane, who just may be as devious and damaged as he is. In. Original title: Missed Connections. Director Eric Kissack. Kenny Stevenson. Top credits Director Eric Kissack.
Photos 5. Top cast Edit. Avi Rothman Allan as Allan. Kenny Stevenson Neal as Neal. Mitch Silpa Derek as Derek. Amir Talai Ted as Ted. Dorien Davies Jane as Jane. Eileen O'Connell Michelle as Michelle. Stephanie Escajeda Jillian as Jillian. Scott Beehner Daren as Daren. Samantha Klein Cassandra as Cassandra. Anthony Tedesco Jerry as Jerry. Adam McCabe Michael as Michael. Alex Enriquez George as George. Julie Mitchell Christine as Christine. Abraham Smith Bryce as Bryce.
Ali Raymer Alicia as Alicia. Eric Kissack. More like this. Storyline Edit.
Add content advisory. User reviews 4 Review. Top review. Office Space for the Internet dating generation. Indie romantic comedies are often treacherous waters to splash around in. Mostly they are not either as romantic or as funny as they need to be and it can be awkward to watch the 'fairly inexperienced' actors fumble around attempting to be loving or intimate.
With a fantastic 'Office Space' vibe, the film had me laughing out loud on several occasions. Writer and lead Kenny Stevenson, director Eric Kissack and producer Lisa Rudin present, what is described as "the story of a guy named Neal. Neal's been trying to get over a traumatic break up with his ex-girlfriend by doing what anyone would do Neal's plan is going amazingly well, until he meets Jane, who just may be as devious as he is. This involves having him reply to 'Missed connection' posts on a Craigslist- like site, showing up, observing the woman in question waiting for her mystery man and when he, obviously, doesn't show up, swooping in to seal the deal.
My Mitchell missed connection it works until he finds Jane, the woman with the blue shoes, out there gaming the system and the two become drawn together. It's a strong enough set up on which to hang a series of hilarious interactions between Neal and his friends, Neal and the women, Neal and his family and Neal and his Ex.
The film survives on the strength of the script and the likability of the performers. Everyone involved in the production has a history in comedy from the Director editing Role Models and the Producer working with Bill Maher and Sasha Baron Cohen to almost everyone in the cast being in one comedy theatre group or other, mainly the Groundlings, and this is my main reason for wanting you to see this film. It's really funny.
I know this sounds like a stupid and even offensive point to make but they even bother to make the women funny. In most Rom-Coms the Women are victims of supposed male charm, looks or apparent superiority, slaves to their emotions and, surprisingly, either dull or, worse, cutesy. This is even true when the film is written by a woman! It's refreshing. While there's nothing particularly new about the male roles in the film, again think Office Space or The Hangover, they are still well observed and played by My Mitchell missed connection, funny actors Shane Elliot, Alex Enriquez, Abe Smith and Scott Beehner who you enjoy spending time with.
Also, the film doesn't say a whole lot of anything new about relationships or the battle of the sexes, anymore than the next Tom Cruise movie will say anything new about being an upright, respectable, everyman, super spy with a ready quip and neat fighting abilities but that doesn't mean it shouldn't be watched and enjoyed. The central premise is one you haven't heard of before and there are some wonderful little, subtle moments in the film that really make it something different.
The observation that, when depressed, the character makes the life changing move of walking everywhere, certainly in LA, feels like a novel little detail in the movie. Funny, charming, well put together and worth a watch! It's Office Space for the Internet dating generation. FAQ 1. Any Awards? Details Edit. Release date June 5, United States. United States. Official Facebook Official site. Missed Connections. Draw Me A Sheep Productions.
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