Five dates of flirting, having fun, & making romantic gestures. Who believes that one person is meant for the other person, while Genevieve does not believe in that logic.They go through their five dates & at the end Genevieve realizes that she doesn't want it to be over but she wants to continue dating Greg.If she could only break from tradition long enough to realize she's fallen in love, perhaps she'll find out that some guys are worth keeping around.~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Nia Vardalos, John Corbett, Stephen Guarino, Amir Arison, Zoe Kazan, Gary Wilmes, Mike Starr, Jason Mantzoukas, Judah Friedlander, Rachel Dratch Director: Nia Vardalos Summary: After falling in love onscreen in My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Nia Vardalos and John Corbett reteam for a romantic comedy about a florist (Vardalos) who persuades a restaurateur (Corbett) to take a gamble on a no-strings-attached relationship. But the movie was annoying, the character's are annoying, the plot is annoying. But those of you who like mushy, cheesy, and corny films will love it.
Vardalos, who also penned the screenplay, makes her directorial debut with this Valentine's Day-themed love story that crams the action into a single day: February 14 My Thoughts: "It was a given on how corny and cheesy this film was going to be just by it's title. I can't stand many films like these but there was nothing else on. Those of you like myself, I advise you to skip it and save yourselves the torture." Genevieve has always had the love life she wanted.
I actually blame my mother for making me sit through this one. She goes out with a guy & only goes out with him for five dates.
Genevieve (Vardalos) loves romance, though she lives by a strict "five dates" rule.
At the end of the fifth date, Genevieve typically calls the relationship off.
So far, this method has worked like a charm, but when Genevieve meets Greg (Corbett) everything changes.
At the end of their fifth date, Genevieve wants more.