Serving Sara

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The latest abuse we have to endure by a “Friends” cast member is the romantic-comedy Serving Sara. Joe Tyler (Matthew Perry) is a process server who has the daunting task of delivering divorce papers to a beautiful woman named Sara Moore (Elizabeth Hurley) the unsuspecting wife of a Texas millionaire. When Joe tries to serve Sara, she offers him a deal he can’t refuse: serve her husband the divorce papers first in exchange for one million dollars. They begin to chase her husband all around the country, while Joe’s co-worker tries to make a little money by trying to serve Sara. Yes, it’s as stupid as it sounds. A couple of the funniest scenes are of Joe sending his partner on snipe hunts to serve Sara – of course she’s never there. It’s no big secret and you’d have to be blind not to figure out that Joe and Sara hook-up in the end. This is your typical chick flick. Even though the script is so juvenile that middle school kids could have written it, the acting is good enough to make it tolerable. You will probably like this film if you’re a Friends fan or if you have the I.Q. of a common housefly. I didn’t necessarily dislike this film, but I can’t give it anything higher than a D 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.