The only problem I had with the movie, was the deliberate slow pace.
It was never boring, it just seemed to drag on at certain points, and the different blind dates, did get a little old after a while. Filming this must have been very hard, and it shows on his face. Her pain saddened me, and I was really rooting for her and Stanley to pull themselves together. Blind Date is an interesting film, despite being extremely depressing, is worthy when all is said and done.
Soon the experiment proves to be a failure, as the fragile prosthesis in his brain moves, clouding his already weak vision, and Danny goes back to being blind.
Realizing that he really loves Leeza, he bursts into the engagement party, professing his love for her and saying "Love is how you speak to me.
Blind Dating is a hilarious comedy about Danny (Chris Pine), an intelligent, confident, handsome young man who also happens to be blind.
Not that he’s letting that hold him back — for the most part, Danny refuses to let his visual impairment get in the way of anything.
During the tests he meets a beautiful Indian nurse, Leeza (Anjali Jay).
And when we kiss, when we kiss, it moves me to my soul." The couple kiss.
The publication City Weekly proposed that actor Chris Pine receive a special award for "Best Performance in an Otherwise Inexplicable Film." Danny Waldesakee (Chris Pine) is an intelligent, handsome, charming boy who happens to be blind.
Having been blind from birth, he volunteers for a risky experimental visual prosthesis that may restore his sight—having a microchip installed in the visual cortex of his brain that connects to a camera that would give him only, at best, fuzzy black and white images.
It's one of the most original movies I have ever seen, but there isn't really any happy moments to be had, after I finished viewing it, I became pretty depressed.
Blind Date is very cheap looking, but the incredible performances of Stanley Tucci and Patricia Clarkson is what really make the movie.
(and the whole concept is right there in the title) stars Chris Pine, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Harland Williams and a humiliated Jane Seymour.