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20 Dates (1998)
3 Stars

Directed by Myles Berkowitz
Cast: Myles Berkowitz
1998 – 86 minutes
Rated: Rated R (for profanity).
Reviewed by Dustin Putman, August 23, 1999.

"20 Dates" is an often funny, always engaging romantic comedy filmed in a documentary format concerning the plight of first-time director Myles Berkowitz to find that special someone by going on twenty dates with twenty different women. Berkowitz proves to be a likable protagonist, and the unexpectedly close relationship that evolves between an aspiring interior designer named Elisabeth and he may be one of the most involving, warm-hearted romances on film in 1999. Sultry actress Tia Carrere ("Wayne's World") briefly appears as Berkowitz's final "date."

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