The Right Kind of Wrong


Action / Comedy / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 12%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 38%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 8656


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Christopher Russell as Troy Garnet
Ryan Kwanten as Leo Palamino
Kristen Hager as Julie Deere
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752.81 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 37 min
P/S 3 / 4
1.44 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 37 min
P/S 6 / 6

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ajrg-17-381639 7 / 10

Pleasant but deeply flawed

I like the genre of romantic comedies. This has some good lines and good actors. It also has profound defects. The first is that the man she is marrying has no defects and is not a good actor. Here are some flaws he could have had: He was rich and could have been used to things going his way and thought he would get married and pull all the strings making her character and wants of secondary importance, he could have been hiding his use of steroids, addiction to pills or addiction to alcohol caused by his relationship with his rich father. They could have played more on his sense of entitlement which they only touched on. In short the enemy was without fault and you got the feeling the author of the film had an ax to grind. Complex villains with whom you identify and understand are the best. Second you had a hard time seeing the stalker as something other than annoying. He was supposed to be someone who "got" her and that is why he is not a standard crazy person, but that is not made clear enough. So it could have been a good movie and instead it was pleasant with moments. Catherine O'Hara was great.

Reviewed by Reno Rangan 5 / 10

Love at bride sight.

This was most unrealistic, though for a film it is fine if you got entertained. Kind of quirky, but the locations were awesome. Feels like it is happening somewhere in the Swiss Alps. That is what I loved the most in this film, all the background views were just like that I see them in the wallpapers. And not to forget the actors, comes second who were really into their characters. But the story was silly, and instantly forgettable film.

So it is about a failed writer who now washes dishes for a living. His wife divorced him criticising his lack of everything in the life. Her success through his failure puts him further backwards. But one day when he saw a bride, he suddenly falls in love with her. Despite knowing she just got married, he never stops pursuing her. So he has to face various obstacles for impossible dream and the end is to reveal where he's going to end.

It was based on the book called 'Sex and Senset', though changing title for the screen adaptation seems appealing enough. This Canadian film is okay for timepass. This is not really a great romantic tale, but some people might find it better. For me it was just fine, like a mixed feeling. But I won't suggest it to others as it is not that kind of awesome product. So if you decide to watch it, I hope you enjoy it.


Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 4 / 10

problematic setup

Leo Palamino (Ryan Kwanten) becomes infamous for his ex-wife Julie Deere's blog "Why You Suck". He's a writer who can't write and works happily as a dishwasher. After 18 months, she has a publishing deal and he still hasn't read the blog. He falls for complete stranger Collette (Sara Canning) who is a bride on her way to marrying perfect guy Danny Hart (Ryan McPartlin). Tess (Catherine O'Hara) is her estranged mother. Leo's best friend Neil (Will Sasso) has an unusual marriage to Jill. There is a 'ghost' bear.

Leo is a pathetic delusional immature slacker that the movie is trying to pawn off as a charming dreamer. It would be helpful if Collette shows any signs of liking Leo in the first act. They should get together over ghost bear before she gets married. He needs to show his good guy credential by helping those kids in an early scene. As it stands, she should get a restraining order right after the wedding. It's trying very hard to be a bright, sunny, quirky comedy. The scenery looks majestic. I give it points for trying something but it doesn't work. The setup is wrong and everything following it suffers. It's also very weird to begin the movie with legendary Catherine O'Hara who disappears for half of the movie. There are relatively easy fixes but the setup needs to be completely rewritten.

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