Extreme dating v

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Though full of slapstick, which is always good, the thing I like most is I could relate to characters.

But that's where the similarity ends: 'Extreme Ops' was a very mediocre action adventure movie, while 'Extreme Dating' is a hopelessly shallow knockabout comedy.

Shouldn't this really be National Lampoon's Extreme Dating?

What with the tired, insulting plot, B-list cast, and quickie production values that emphasize sex appeal (but offer no actual sex), this really should have earned the Lampoon seal of mediocrity.

Only they don't count on hiring ex-cons as their muscle in the scheme. The machinations of the film are at once unbelievable and eye-rollingly unentertaining.Extreme Dating doesn't even reach mediocrity, actually.It's a stupid, painful movie about the lengths to which a collection of losers (we're meant to think they're kinda geeky cool, but really they're far from it) will go in order to find love. Devon Sawa (aging badly) gets tongue-tied around the ladies.They plot a fake kidnapping but the plan goes awry when the kidnappers turn out to be ex-cons with plans of their own.The remaining friends must now rescue the captives and manage to avoid the law at the same time.

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