Some of these scenes look familiar and I don't know why...

A serious health scare ignites John Thomas, an insurance salesman in his 50s, to take a closer look at his life.

Will Mickey ever learn the value of honesty in relationships, or has his elaborate web of lies become so tangled that he will never find true love? It has all the charm, writing, directing, lightening and acting of a low class porno. I guess the more I watch it the more it's like a movie based on that TV show Blind Date... As it stands I don't think I'll be able to finish it. The whole movie falls apart and has no real meaning.

John hides his health problems from his strong, yet supportive wife, Molly, creating a strain on their marriage.

John seeks the support of a Republican relative, MLK, who initially starkly resists supporting a Democratic candidate. After years of dry wit and the straight man to a sillier brother on TV's Roc, Mr.

Mickey (Williams) may not be much to look at, but it's easy to fudge the facts while your fishing for dates online. This is from when he got busted with a gat in the airport. Couldn't stop laughing when he's listening to his cousin in the other room and they are being loud and he's feeling very left out so he starts talking crap.

Unfortunately for Mickey the ruse goes both ways, and when the internet Romeo heads out on a series of dates, he discovers that the ladies who agreed to go out with him weren't being entirely honest either. This movie, however, does not showcase his talents very well. Next thing you know he's shouting "What did you stick in her? The movie is so bad that they blur out the names on the shirts they wear.

She works hard and achieves recognition for her work.

Yukari Kawahara is dating research doctor Kippei Koide (Issei Takahashi). User Rating: 1.9/10 28 votes Genre: Comedy This feature follows a lovelorn man who advertises himself as a seven-foot-tall L. Lakers basketball star in his online personals ad..something happens Today's Hottest Torrents at Yukari Kawahara (Masami Nagasawa) works at a drink manufacturer.In 2002, Williams accepted one of his first screen assignments with a small role (as Money Mike) in Marcus Raboy's Friday After Next.Five years later, Williams finally had the opportunity to team up onscreen with longtime idol Eddie Murphy, who cast him as Lord Have Mercy in the farce Norbit (2007).Not even a good made for TV feel, but rather one of those fringe low budget cable stations.