Blind guy dating rotten tomatoes
This is where it happens,” raved Peter Travers in “Rolling Stone.” Appearances in best-picture Oscar nominees Pine: “Blind Dating,” a 2007 comedy about a blind guy who goes on blind dates.
While the film grossed just ,560 and earned just a 25% positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the actor at least was granted a pseudo consolation prize by the publication “City Weekly”: “Best performance in an otherwise inexplicable film.” Trailer.
His big break came while as a waiter at a Bubba Gump Shrimp Company eatery when actress Rae Dawn Chong cast him in her directing debut, the 2000 horror flick “Cursed Part 3.” His first major film was 2008’s “Wanted,” an action thriller starring James Mc Avoy and Angelina Jolie.
Extra credit Pine: He was lauded for his stage work in the L. productions of “Farragut North” in 2009 and the black comedy “The Lieutenant of Inishmore” in 2010, which won him a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle’s award.
Pratt: He landed a recurring role on the WB drama series “Everwood” in 2002, which ran four seasons, and showed up on the fourth season of Fox’s “The O. Critical reception for signature roles Pine as Kirk in Star Trek: “Mr. Shatner’s sui generis performance while transcending its excesses — which makes his nuanced interpretation all the more potent,” wrote an admiring Manohla Dargis in The New York Times.
is a 2011 coming-of-age Flemish drama that follows Pim, a teen boy who lives with his troubled mother, and falls in love with his best friend Gino.
The once proudly plump Pratt also is in better shape than ever, having slimmed down and pumped up to play Quill.
That was enough to convince “GQ” to name him one of their cover-worthy men of the year.
“Whether he’s busting funky dance moves to the 1970s oldies songs on his late mom’s cassette player (he kills it on “O-o-h Child”) or showing his chops as a space warrior, Pratt nails every beat in the role – comedy, drama, action and six-pack-baring stud appeal.
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