Reviews and Problems with What's Your Number?
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What's Your Number? Blu-ray Review
27 January 2012
Excerpt: The Film Hollywood just can't figure out what to do with Anna Faris. After the successful Scary Movie franchise, she had small but memorable roles in Lost in Translation and Brokeback Mountain .
Excerpt: Anyone want to bet $20 that Chris Evans is the guy Anna Faris ends up with at the end of What’s Your Number? Well, you’d be right, and you’re not getting $20. Sorry. You can take one look at a trailer and figure out Evans is the “it” guy, or maybe a cast list on IMDB.
Conclusion: Both Anna Faris and Chris Evans have great comedic timing, they're charismatic and extremely fun to watch, but the not-so-bright minds behind 'What's Your Number?' failed to let them shine. Some moments of the raunchy R-rated comedy work just fine, but most don't work at all.
Excerpt: What's Your Number is yet another regrettable entry in the ongoing Hollywood saga of "When bad movies happen to good people." Pretty much everyone in this movie, from star and executive producer Anna Faris on down to Aziz Ansari in a tiny cameo, is infinitely better than the material, a dull retread...
Excerpt: The gimmicky new romantic comedy What’s Your Number? takes place in a strange time warp where attitudes about sex and promiscuity change dramatically from scene to scene. In one sequence, members of a bridal party trade bawdy sex talk; in another, a future mogul expresses something approaching...
Summary: I’m a big fan of Anna Faris. From the Scary Movies to Yogi Bear and The House Bunny she’s enlivened even the most moribund of comedies. She’s Katherine Heigl with a personality, Kate Hudson with better comic timing, a taller, less southern Reese Witherspoon and Matthew McConaughey in a dress.