Thursday was a day of running around in Pensacola with the cousin. Then we decided it would be a great chance to hit a movie and just relax for a bit. We decided to check out Anna Faris in “What’s Your Number?“.
Doing what she does best in comedic performances, Anna Faris plays Ally Darling in What’s Your Number?. After having just been let go of her job, helping her sister plan the perfect wedding, she reads an article in a women’s magazine that calculates husband-hunting odds for any woman who’s had more than 20 lovers. Having reached the “magic number” she figured Mr. Right has to be one of her exes. So begins her venture of tracking each of them down to find “the one”.
She gets the help of hunky neighbor, Colin (Chris Evans, yum). Through trusty Google and facebook, along with some investigating she tracks down all her exes. Some are still where they were back in the day, some are gay, some are getting married, but one seems to be exactly the man of her dreams. Unmarried, very successful and easy on the eyes, that’s who she has her sights set on from the beginning, unfortunately she finds him last.
Going down memory lane with Ally proves to be comical and sometimes you cringe right along with her. All the while you watch the chemistry between Colin & Ally grow and know there is something there. Will it evolve or will Ally refuse to break 20 and end up with who she thinks is Mr. Right?
Comedy with an underlying message of romance is the message this movie portrays. I admit I laughed through the movie though I did feel there were some parts that felt forced and some parts the movie could have done without. It’s a raunchy romantic comedy that keeps your attention with the yummy Chris Evans and the cute Anna Faris (though her lips did look a little botox gone wrong in a few close ups).
This is definitely not a family friendly romantic comedy from New Regency. It’s raunchy, has language, and sexual content. I don’t even know if I would go with my mom to see this one, I think I would cringe with a parent next to me even being 32 LOL. However if you aren’t offended by raunchiness, a bit of colorful language and want a good laugh I say head to theaters while it’s there, though I could just as easily have waited to see it once it hit Redbox.
Here’s the trailer if you want to see what it’s about, this shows some of the funniest parts:
Have you or will you be seeing What’s Your Number? Are you a fan of Anna Faris?