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  • Summary: A young ladies' man, David, teaches his dating tricks to his lonely, widowed grandfather, and plays his best mind games to meet the woman of his dreams. But as David's games begin to fail him, Grandpa quickly transforms into the Don Juan of the nursing home. Slowly, the teacher becomes the student, and it's up to Grandpa to teach David that the best way to win the game of love is not to play games at all. But both David and Grandpa may have met their match in more ways than one. (Story Films)
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 12
  2. Negative: 4 out of 12
  1. 63
    While Fienberg's direction is no great shakes, the film showcases its veteran cast.
  2. Alas, the conceit of a double-dating Grandson and Gramps does not produce a great many laughs in this cringeworthy film.
  3. 50
    The screenplay, written by first-time director Marc Fienberg, fervently stays true to an ancient sitcom tradition.
  4. Reviewed by: Aaron Hillis
    This Lifetime-ready comedy is hardly provocative--let alone perceptive, funny, or fresh
  5. If you love Viagra jokes, look no further. Otherwise, stay home and find yourself a "Golden Girls" marathon.
  6. 38
    Fienberg’s film spends most of its time trying to convince us that true love starts when you stop playing games. Then, in the final minutes, it reverses itself and puts gamesmanship back up on another wobbly pedestal. The result is hard to cheer.
  7. 0
    This comedy is a bilge pump of tacky jokes, fake sentiment, and hollow performances, accompanied on the soundtrack by lite rock and hokey music cues. It should never have been made, though it's probably guaranteed a long life at bad-film festivals.

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