Anna Faris is Ally Darling, a young woman, who decides after hitting the number of 20 lovers, to re-visit all her ex-boyfriends in the hope of finding the man of her dreams. A sassy and hilarious comedy of one woman’s unconventional search for love, includes all the bits too rude for the cinema.
"On paper this rom-com shouldn’t be as good as it is--but a hilarious performance from the hugely gifted comic actress Anna Faris lifts the material to produce what is a very funny film" **** The Sun
"You can keep your Friends With Benefits
, your No Strings Attached
, even your Crazy, Stupid, Loves. What’s Your Number?
...is funnier and more charming than any of them" *** Daily Telegraph
"Refreshingly raunchy--Faris is a delight" **** Sunday Mirror
"If you liked 27 Dresses, Bridget Jones’s Diary
…You'll like this" *** Daily Mirror
"A must-see" **** Closer
"Hugely entertaining rom-com with a wicked comic bite--Faris is genuinely funny and fearless" 8/10 Daily Star
"A fun and engaging comedy, with two winning stars as its heart" *** Heat
Few actresses can play frothy and ditzy as well as Anna Faris, star of the fizzy What's Your Number?
. Faris's easy ability to fly along on the wispiest of plot threads, staying likable all the way, is harder than it looks, and Faris's talent makes What's Your Number?
a fun, saucy date-night trifle. Faris plays Ally Darling, a woman who's had 20 boyfriends, and makes the mistake of reading a women's magazine article that says that a woman who has had more than 20 lovers has a harder time ultimately marrying. Ally then wonders if one of her "magic 20" might have been The One, and sets about to track them all down. What's Your Number?
has a talented cast surrounding Faris, including Blythe Danner as her wedding-obsessed mum, Joel McHale as a former boss (and possible new "number"), and the gorgeous Chris Evans as Colin, Ally's neighbour. Ally and Colin strike up a friendship while she tries to track down her exes, and of course the viewer can see they are perfect for each other long before the script allows them to. Faris and Evans are winning and cunning, and manage to rise above the script that emulates the raunch of Bridesmaids
but mostly sidesteps that film's giant heart. But it's not for lack of Faris's trying--she's irresistible, hilarious, and touchingly vulnerable. Her performance in What's Your Number?
is a perfect 10. --A.T. Hurley