Blind dating movie

When Danny finally realizes that he is falling for Leeza, she tells him she cannot see him anymore because she has been promised in an arranged marriage. Perkins (Stephen Tobolowsky) advise him to continue because it is his only chance of seeing, and soon Danny is successfully operated on.

Believing that Leeza did not pursue their relationship because of his being blind, Danny becomes depressed and stops taking the necessary tests for his brain surgery. He sees his family's faces for the first time, but not Leeza's, who was away, reluctantly preparing for her engagement party.

At this the marriage is called off and Danny and Leeza start over, learning more about each other's family and culture.

Realizing that he really loves Leeza, he bursts into the engagement party, professing his love for her and saying "Love is how you speak to me.

When High School student, Luther Scott, confesses to Father Michael Kelly, Kelly is bound silent to the ...

See full summary » When her brother decides to ditch for a couple weeks, Viola heads over to his elite boarding school, disguised as him, and proceeds to fall for his school's star soccer player, and soon learns she's not the only one with romantic troubles.

Light atmosphere, nice gags, good and not-so-good joking all the way, young Kim and Bruce, and fine urban/suburban scenery.

It's kind of a very warm family movie that can suit nearly every evening when there is nothing to do (though some humour is rather adult).

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