Missed Connections

Missed Connections

Lonely Neal attempts to get over a recent break-up by responding to "Missed Connections" ads on Craigslist, then swooping in like a knight in shining armor when the expected guy fails to show up at the scheduled meeting. For a while the Neal's plan works great, but when he tries it on Jane, she proves that women are just as crafty as men when it comes to playing the dating game.

Love is not luck...it's strategy. Jon Abrahams (Hitchcock), Mickey Sumner (Frances Ha, CBGB), and Julia Jones (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse) star in this vibrant romantic comedy about the lengths New Yorkers go to find love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ollie W (nl) wrote: I was expecting a good family film and was surprised by the fact that it was actually very humorous and generally well done.It's a specific kind of humour so I can understand why some wouldn't like it. I think it could depend on the company you're with as well as the type of person you are.But as I said, I consider it very humourous and worth a watch.

Dan S (ca) wrote: this movie wasnt really that bad..i watched because when certain scenes of the movie that came up were funny i laughed my ass off. the plot is kinda sucky but at least it has one,

Wrik S (br) wrote: This is what human reformation is about... reformation of the soul and the quality of the human being... Never thought it would end up being this great a movie, but at the end of it all, it left imprints of the lesson it wanted to teach..

David B (ru) wrote: This gem and stunningly realistic portrait from Ken Loach (only Mike Leigh does it as well) of a desperately poor and hopelessly optimistic family man trying to get by manages to be deeply humane, funny, intense, political and theological at the same time; cinema verite at its best!

James R (mx) wrote: A good conclusion to the trilogy.

Joshua L (au) wrote: this was one odd fucking movie that had so much wasted talent and a dope soundtrack