Everyone has their own pet theory about how to strike up a connection, but most of us can agree that a sense of humor never hurts.
So a comedian should have no problem finding love via mobile device—right?
At its sharpest, the script by Rogen and Evan Goldberg, who co-wrote "Superbad," recalls what made "Superbad" worth seeing: the sidewinding conversational riffs, the wordplay.
With so many dating platforms at our fingertips, it can feel impossible to find that simpatico someone.
It's tempting to say Franco knocks such stupid retorts out of the park, but that would imply a certain degree of focus and drive utterly lacking in Saul.
Not since the cinematic cannabis heyday of Jeff Spicoli ("Fast Times at Ridgemont High," 1982) and "Withnail & I" (1987) has a fully baked stoner come to such worthy comic life on-screen.
"I've got a good thing going."In fact, Clarke says she has a strong support system and doesn't need a man to fill any void at the moment.
When asked who she relies on most, she says, "My family.