Skip to Main Content
Skip to Main Navigation
Skip to Footer
Sign in / Register
TV On Demand
Film on TV
Film On Demand
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Pinterest
Share on Google Plus
Share on WhatsApp
Email to a friend
Nancy (Lake Bell) steals someone else's blind date, Jack (Simon Pegg), from under a clock at Waterloo Station, and the lie leads to major mayhem in this feel-good comedy from director Ben Palmer (
The Inbetweeners Movie
). There's a screwball rhythm to the action and a snappy, wordy script that gallops past the "meet-cute to meet-wrong" concept to redeem itself with a credible romance. Bell and Pegg's on-screen chemistry is pitted against the amorous attentions of Nancy's oddball school chum (Rory Kinnear) and Jack's weird ex-wife (Olivia Williams), which keeps them all running around in circles.
is heaped with wit and insight, and its smart script, sharp direction and crisp performances, all set against buzzing London streets that denizens will recognise, give it the feel of a frisky romantic version of
. Bell's English accent is pretty good, too.
Premiere. While traveling across London to attend a party to celebrate her parents' 10th wedding anniversary, a thirtysomething single woman is mistaken for a recently divorced stranger's blind date, so decides to spend a chaotic evening with him. However, she has to face the consequences when he realises she is not his intended blind date. Romantic comedy, starring Lake Bell and Simon Pegg.
Cast & Crew
Swearing, sexual references.
DVD and Blu-ray
29 May 2015
Full Episode Guide
Man Up, Spooks: the Greater Good and Sunshine Superman: 28 September’s new DVDs
Simon Pegg dates a stranger, Kit Harrington takes on terrorists, and Carl Boenish makes a legendary leap
Simon Pegg on rewriting Star Trek 3, "geekdom" and playing a romantic lead
San Andreas, Danny Collins, Man Up
Bruce Forsyth: "Not just another British entertainer; he was the embodiment of British entertainment"
What's your favourite Bruce Forsyth catchphrase?
Will The Defenders ever meet the Avengers on screen?
Strictly Come Dancing stars lead tributes to Bruce Forsyth