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Jenny Taylor (Amanda Bynes) has found her ideal man who she knows would sweep her off her feet. The only problem? He is Jason Masters (Chris Carmack), the World's biggest rock star. Hoping for a chance to get close to her idol, Jenny takes a job at his favourite Caribbean resort with her best friend Ryan (Jonathan Bennett). When Jason is washed overboard in a storm, Jenny jumps overboard to save him and the pair find themselves stranded on a seemingly-deserted tropical island. Jenny discovers they have landed mere miles from the resort, but instead of telling Jason the truth, she lets him believe they are stranded, so she can make him fall in love with her. But as Jenny's plans fall apart, she begins to realise her personal paradise may have been closer to home all the time...
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Amanda Bynes stars as an over-obsessed fan working at a Caribbean resort for the summer. When her favourite pop star Jason Masters arrives on the island she makes it her goal to meet him. During an evening cruise during stormy weather, her idol falls into the Ocean, and she jumps into save him.
After the storm clears, they end up on an island that is seemingly deserted, and with Jason injured, Jenny doesn't have much option but to try and fend for the both of them. However it doesn't take her long to discover that they're actually on the other side of the resort island. So convinced is Jenny that her dream will come true and Jason will fall in love with her, that she decides to withold the truth from him and spend time with him roughing it on the other side of the island.
It had potential for originality, but throw in the rival girl also after the guys affections and the cookie-cutter stereotypical male best friend who's in love with Jenny, and you've got the whole thing panned out for predictability before the movie even starts.
I was disappointed with this as the trailers had pointed it as being funny and fresh. It's neither.
Funny in places, romantic in others, it has a good message (as Amanda explains on the special features!) about not becomming too obsessed with rock stars, and remembering that your soul-mate may be right in front of your eyes!
It's set at a beautiful holiday resort that reminds you of fun in the sun on your hols, and the lovely sunshine in the movie always makes me happy on rainy winter nights!
It's not too predictable - I certainly wasn't expecting the ending! but it is a lovely ending and having watched it I wouldn't want it to end any other way!
Overall a lovely film to watch with the girls, your mum/daughter and even the boys (I made my brother watch it and he quite enjoyed it!)
Why was it such a huge flop? Well for every reason that you can think of.
The script is dumb, unoriginal, and in bad taste. Two bimbo stalkers throwing themselves at a rude stupid singer. Don't expect any good songs, because they actor couldn't hold a tune. A few lines of cheese is all you get. In the background is Jenny's lifelong best freind who not so secretly holds a giant torch for her. The ending you can guess.
Sometimes good actors can my even the worst scripts enjoyable. Not this time. None of the actors are in the least bit interested, in selling the story. All the emotion content is flat. It doesn't help that Bynes clearly shot some of her stuff infront of a green screen. Bynes was an unfortunate casting choice, because she only knows how to be the centre of attention. This plot demanded a more complex role from her and she had no idea how to make her character convincing. The other acting performances were equally terrible, but she must have been getting the lion's share of the budget, as no-one else is recognisable.
The tiny location used was very artifical. About as romantic as a school sandpit. The costumes looked liked they had been picked at random from a cheap catalogue.
The censors gave the film PG-13 for bad taste, which is a pity for the distributors, because the only viewers that might possible like it, are girls under 12. The main selling point is probably the films's blandness. It is a safe, unchallenging film, in spite of the bad taste. Nothing but fake smiles to worry about, which might appeal to those who would find a much more dramatic film like Bandslam, heavy going.
No laughs, no romance, no drama and no surprises. A whole load of triesome nothingness.
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