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There is just one catch: Leeza, who is from India, is promised to another man.
Blind Dating is a hilarious comedy about Danny (Chris Pine), an intelligent, confident, handsome young man who also happens to be blind.
What results is a mish-mash of romance, raunch and ridiculousness that falls apart from the get-go when Danny’s therapist (Jane Seymour) inexplicably strips as Danny complains of being unattractive to women.
On top of cheesy lines like “you’re a guinea not a guinea pig,” and over-the-top characters (see dating montage), the writers never thought to develop the one compelling romance at the heart of the storyline.
Not that he’s letting that hold him back — for the most part, Danny refuses to let his visual impairment get in the way of anything.
Which is why Danny’s girl-crazy, limo-driving brother Larry (Eddie Kaye Thomas, American Pie) is horrified to discover that Danny is not only shy and nervous when it comes to the opposite sex, he’s also a virgin.
“We saw many, many auditions, and ultimately we went with Perry because she was the best actor for the role in a really exciting way.” Also Read: CW Boss Says Salim Akil's Legal Issues Have ' Nothing' to Do With ' Black Lightning': Cast and Crew ' Deserve to Work' Weinstock explained that part of the reason they loved Mattfield for the role was her commitment to accurately portraying a blind person.
“This is someone who went to the props department and got a cane on her first day of pre-production and went around her apartment for weeks doing cane work,” he said, adding that she spend so much time with Lorri Bernson, the show’s consultant who is actually blind, that “she basically became [her] adopted daughter.” The logline for “Into the Dark” is: A flawed and irreverent blind woman is the only “witness” to the murder of her drug-dealing friend.
The back cover on the Blind Dating DVD boasts “There’s More to Love Than Meets The Eye,” but unfortunately with the disc what you see if pretty much what you get.Scroll through our gallery for the Nielsen returns from the 20 debuts we've seen. If nothing else, the DVD of Blind Dating really emulates the experience of going on a blind date: you go in with a mixture of hope and fear, you start off pleasantly surprised and then quickly fall into despair when it’s not as bad as you expected…it’s worse.The quality is fine, the film looks crisp and clean in the widescreen 1.78:1 format and the Dolby 5.1 surround sound balances the music and voice tracks well.The DVD is subtitled in English, French and Spanish but the main attraction is the descriptive soundtrack for the visually impaired, a considerate move with regard to the film’s subject matter, though no amount of description can really make the film any more enjoyable.