Three to Tango
If you’re in the mood for an entertaining piece of fluff, see Three To Tango. Matthew Perry plays an architect named Oscar Novak, who is in competition with another firm for a 90 million-dollar renovation project. A corporate CEO named Charles is in charge of assigning the project to the architect of his choosing, and he reminds both architects repeatedly. To me, Charles sounds like a Donald Trump wanna-be. Charles is also having an extramarital affair with a beautiful artist named Amy, played by Neve Campbell, and he is extremely jealous of her. After several meetings, Charles decides that Oscar is gay, so he feels safe asking him to spend time with Amy. I asked my wife, “Since I’m blind, do you think he would believe it’s safe to leave her with me?” She said “In your dreams.” As they spend more time together, Oscar begins to fall in love with Amy and she begins to have feelings for him. But! Charles had told Amy that Oscar was gay so she thinks that he’d never be interested in her. That’s only the beginning of Oscar’s problems. By this time everyone seems to think he’s gay and he can’t tell the truth because it could cost him the 90 million-dollar renovation project. This is a cute romantic comedy that is somewhat predictable. Along with the one-liners, it did have some good slapstick comedy, but two vomiting scenes were a bit much even for a blind guy. For a second, I thought someone in the theater had eaten some bad popcorn. I give this so-so film a C rating.
This movie has been given a PG-13 rating by the MPAA
Although I am blind, I can appreciate a good movie as well as sighted individuals.
I rely more on a good story line than special effects.