It all starts when Montana Moore, a flight attendant, played by the simply gorgeous Paula Patton is driven by the announcement of her young sister’s engagement and her mother’s constant ravings about the absolute need to get married. As it turns out good old mom has become a true pro at marriage having had five of them.
Thus motivated the frantic Montana goes off on a thirty day thirty thousand mile quest for mister right. Of course as you would expect of this cliché riddled story Mr. Wright turns out to be mister right and he lives right next door to Montana. Along the way we are introduced to the stereotypical range of men from the sleazy politician to the amoral ultra rich and thoroughly decadent playboy.
The entire story is a giant cliché collection right down to the gay flight attendant. The overwhelming positive in this film is the near constant display of Paula Patton’s truly beautiful smile. It is otherwise a moderately enjoyable but unmemorable one hour and thirty six minutes of cinema graphic irrelevance.
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