Robert Luketic (Legally Blonde) directs the romantic comedy Win a Date With Tad Hamilton! from a screenplay by TV scriptwriter Victor Levin. Famous Hollywood actor Tad Hamilton (soap opera star Josh Duhamel making his film debut) is trying to promote his new movie. His manager (Sean Hayes) and his agent (Nathan Lane) both convince him to participate in a dating contest in order to improve his bad-boy image. The contest is won by Rosalee Futch (Kate Bosworth), an attractive young checkout girl who works at a Piggly Wiggly in West Virginia. When Tad ends up falling in love with her, he's willing to give up big-city life and move to small-town America. Meanwhile, her best friend and co-worker Pete (Topher Grace) is finally motivated to reveal his secret crush on her. Rosalee finds herself in the middle of a love triangle between her closest friend and a dream date. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi
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This is a very cute movie. I was expecting a typical chick flick, but was pleasantly surprised. Topher Grace steals every scene hes in. (Im now a fan!) If you liked Legally Blonde for all its clever dialogue, but hated Legally Blonde 2 for its lack of clever dialogue, then you should find this worth the time.
I watched this movie last night, and I already liked it considering the fact that Topher Grace was in it, and I have loved him ever since the very first episode of That '70s Show that I've seen. It was one of the cutest movies that I've seen in a while. It has the classic boy likes girl, girl knows nothing about it kind of plot. It was funny, and I remember literally sitting up, hugging a pillow with my eyes glued to the screen nearly screaming at the characters to do something or to not do something, and I punched the couch when something happened that I didn't want, and I cried at the ending. It was beautiful. If you're ever in the mood for an amazing and hilarious romantic comedy, then you should definitely watch this movie.