Extreme dating movie review
Things do not go as planned when Lindsay inadvertently causes a heavy shelf to fall on the unfortunate man.
However, this does not prevent her from arranging for Daniel to be caught in a stopped elevator with a lady that works in the building.
Extreme Dating doesn't even reach mediocrity, actually.
All the principal stars, Detmer, Sawa, Virgo, Keegan, Sigler and Meatloaf gave sly, vastly humorous performances.
The rest of the cast was also just wonderful, especially the two shady "mural painters" who were hired to help with the Amy-napping.
An attractive but unremarkable cast headline this straight-to-video release, but none of them are particularly talented enough to make any of the resulting nonsense as funny as the makers of the film seemed to think it would be.
This is Devon Sawa's second film in a row to exploit the "Extreme" name, but thankfully, this one fares better than Extreme Ops, although that doesn't say much at all.
Alas, things do not turn out well in Dan's case either.