20 Dates Movie Review 1999

Information and Film Reviews for 20 Dates the Movie

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Writer/director Myles Berkowitz, recently divorced and having career problems, decided to combine these two problems into one. He filmed himself going on 20 dates, sometimes without the dates' knowledge (until he sprung the release form on 'em at the end of the night). Some of it's real, some staged, but all of it focuses on Berkowitz. He talks about himself, and the project, incessantly, which gets annoying after awhile, but the film has its moments. When one of the dates actually works out, and turns into a budding romance, he has to tell the girl that he's still obligated to play out the string. Some of the funnier moments are his conversations with his financial backer, who thought he was getting a sex romp flick.


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Available on VHS
Running time 88 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Documentary, L.A., Dates from Hell
Myles Berkowitz
Adam Biggs
Myles Berkowitz
Bob Mann, Steve Tyrell
Elie Samaha, Phoenician Films, Fox Searchlight

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