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Ally Darling embarks on a quest to find the best "ex" of her life, by any means necessary, when she reads a magazine article warning that people who have had 20 or more relationships have missed their chance at true love.
Comedy - This is a raunchy romantic comedy aimed at young adult audiences.
Fans of stars Anna Faris and Chris Evans will have plenty to savor
though other known stars only show up in small roles. Sexual content,
language, and constant sex talk make this one not for children.
PROFANITY: 19 F-words; 13 S-words; a number of others. SEX/NUDITY: Sex and unrelated nudity. VIOLENCE: None. DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Frequent alcohol drinking. ACTION: None. COMEDY: Constant sex humor both verbal and physical.
USA TodayFull Review Average And though the film is in the vein of raunchy female-oriented comedies, à la Bridesmaids, it ranks higher in crudity than in the number of laughs generated.
Entertainment WeeklyFull Review Poor As filthy as it is funny, the short message can't be described in a family newspaper. Still, it's the best thing about the movie.
NY PostFull Review Average No matter how charmingly loopy she is, Faris can't transcend the stale gender clichés and rehashed rom-com set pieces that keep this movie from being what director Mark Mylod apparently wants it to be -- the new "Bridesmaids'' -- right down to the identical opening gag.
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OPINION OVERVIEW The following is the original "What's Worth
Watching" write-up for this movie.
Based on a theater exit polling of 17 moviegoers:
TEENS:Somewhat disappointing reviews. Two enjoyed it very much, one rated it average and one hated it.
TWENTYSOMETHINGS:The lone male rated it average. One of the four females loved it and the rest rated it above average, which indicates they enjoyed it very much.
ADULTS:One male rated it above average and one rated it average. The females rated it quite a bit higher. Three-quarters enjoyed "What's Your Number?" very much with a third loving it.
Ally is an original modern heroine. She is smart, attractive, funny and romantic - a young woman trying to figure out who she really is, as well as whom she should be with. While her quest to find her best "ex," or former boyfriend, is triggered by a magazine article, it also signifies something even more intriguing: Ally is at a point in her life when she doesn't have the husband, job or life she thought she'd have. She is at a crossroads, which leads her to wonder if she has missed something - or someone - important during the past decade.