Just hours after media outlets reported that Dane Cook is hooking up with Miley Cyrus, the comedian took the opportunity to set the record straight.
, one of the characters is shown doing something similar to a grapefruit.
The movie goes out of its way to be offensive, even by today's standards.
The interesting thing is that it does it in an otherwise charming romantic comedy that's actually funny.
It's as if we're watching two movies, but only one of them is working.
Jessica Simpson can date anyone she pleases, a perk of bachelor hood ex-husband Nick Lachey has certainly been taking advantage of. And Last week, Cook and Simpson "couldn't hide their feelings" for each other at the Hollywood club, Hyde.
The film's first revelation is just how good Alba is, especially at physical comedy.
She has a remarkable gift for falling over, running into things and bashing her head that none of her previous work has recognised.
He's fat and crass and inept with women, but he specialises in breast enhancement, which allows for lots of scenes of him with semi-naked patients.She storms off and we see Charlie (Dane Cook) from the side, with prominently extended underpants - the closest the movie comes to equal opportunity exploitation. Any woman who has sex with Charlie will marry the next man she dates.Charlie's dental practice is suddenly full of beautiful young women who just want him to fill their cavities.The second revelation is that Cook is a major up-and-coming comedian.I'm the last to know apparently, since he's a huge success in the US as stand-up comic.It's a clever and sexy romantic comedy, underneath all the tits and teeth (the movie's line, not mine).Charlie's troubles begin when he meets the gorgeous and goofy Cam (Jessica Alba).Twenty-five years later, he is on a beach with a topless girlfriend (Chelan Simmons) addressing his manhood.She stops what she's doing long enough to say she loves him; he doesn't reciprocate.Many of the younger stars in movies are now sexy, funny and a little bit, well, slutty. A prologue set in 1985 has 10-year-old Charlie (Connor Price) cursed by a Goth girl (Sasha Pieterse) during a game of spin the bottle, when he refuses to show her his penis."Once a girl has been with you, to the next she will be true," she intones.