Bil’s rating (out of 5): BB.5.
USA, 2001. , Robert Simonds Productions. Story by John J. Strauss, Ed Decter, David Kidd, Ron Burch, Screenplay by Ron Burch, David Kidd. Cinematography by Mark Plummer. Produced by Robert Simonds. Music by Randy Edelman, Steve Porcaro. Production Design by Perry Andelin Blake, Byron King. Costume Design by Sheila White. Film Editing by Cara Silverman.
Billed more as a romantic comedy than anything else, this one only works if you go see it to laugh with the four women playing the Greek chorus of supermodels. They help their new roommate (Monica Potter) get the guy of her dreams (Freddie Prinze Jr., whatever) whom she keeps watching work out in his room from her window across the street (whatever). One day Potter thinks she sees Prinze commit murder and now doesn’t know what to do about it. Prinze’s inability to convince us that he’s over nineteen saps much of the film’s credibility, but the many funny moments involving the girls will you keep you interested throughout.