Patrice Leconte's "Monsieur Hire" is a tragedy about loneliness and erotomania, told about two solitary people who have nothing else in common. The hero is Walter Davis, played by "Moonlighting's" Bruce Willis as such a nerd that the small end of his tie hangs down below the big end.
When Walter Davis is set up with gorgeous Nadia Gates, the perfect blind date dissolves into disaster. Slapstick comedy starring Bruce Willis and Kim Basinger as a couple on a disastrous blind date. He works all night on a big presentation, and then needs a date to take to the company dinner in honor of a visiting Japanese businessman.His brother fixes him up with Nadia Gates (Kim Basinger). You will receive a weekly newsletter full of movie-related tidbits, articles, trailers, even the occasional streamable movie.
9, 2016) We are having network issues which will probably cause '504 timeout error' when you are exploring the site. Third-grade businessman Walter (Bruce Willis), a scruffy workaholic failure desperate for a date at a big do, accepts his brother's offer of Nadia (Kim Basinger), a shy southern belle who mustn't be allowed to drink.


Two glasses and she's shouting across crowded restaurants and ripping the pockets off of men's suits. This is familiar territory for Edwards: He has made a comedy about alcoholism ("10"), and his "The Party" (1968) was about the same kinds of social embarrassment that his heroes inflict this time.
One drink will do it, and it is the misfortune of the hero of "Blind Date" that he gives her that one drink. What's more, he buys a bottle of champagne to take the girl along to the recording studio where he used to play guitar. There are individual moments in this movie that are as funny as anything Edwards has ever done, but they're mostly sight gags and don't grow out of the characters. Willis plays a nerd so successfully that he fades into the shrubbery and never really makes us care about his fate.
A witty script would help too, but this one is pretty moderate, and it's only when director Blake Edwards manages to string a set of sight gags together towards the end that the film shows signs of breaking out of its laughter vacuum. Her hair is always in her eyes, and her eyes are her best feature.She apparently has the stuff to be a comedian, but Edwards handles her too arbitrarily.


She is always just exactly as drunk - or as sober - as the plot requires, and that's a mistake.
We should believe she's an unpredictable time bomb.If the movie lacks a strong human core that we can care about - the sort of core Peter Sellers and Dudley Moore have created with Edwards - it does have a lot of funny stuff going on. Rarely, for example, has an entire house been moved for less comic effect than in this movie.Is the movie worth seeing? But when I was laughing, I was genuinely laughing - there are some absolutely inspired moments.
This is the kind of movie that serves as a reminder that comedy is agonizingly difficult when it works, and even more trouble when it doesn't.



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