Dane cook jessica simpson dating
Dane cook jessica simpson dating
Simpson and Nick Lachey had announced their divorce about a year beforehand, but both attended the event and turned it into an "awkward" experience for everyone involved. These two scenarios alone made this event must-see TV.Lachey took home the award for Choice Love Song for "What's Left of Me," a song about the demise of his marriage, and gave an uncomfortable acceptance speech given his ex-wife was the host. Couples aside, the fashion also spoke volumes, as did the other celebrities who attended the show.
This film misses the mark, and despite having one or two decent gags, this film suffers from poor script writing and a poor cast. A very forgettable comedy that isn't worth watching. Finally had my first look at Jessica Simpson, wow remember I have spent most of my life outside the United States.
This is the type of film that is fairly funny for the first thirty mins or so, but afterwards the film becomes tiresome, boring, and the gags fall apart. The humor elements are tiresome and strained, and really aren't jokes you can laugh at over and over, like so many other classic comedies.
Add to that an awful cast of comedians and you have a very forgettable comedy that isn't worth your time. Dane Cook is horrible here, he's like his stand up comedy act, and it gets boring and unfunny very quickly.
The comedy, romance movie is directed by Greg Coolidge and stars Jessica Simpson, Dane Cook, Dax Shepard.
PS Dax Shepherd does a great impression of Zach Braff.
Zack Bradley (Cook) and Vince Downey (Shepard) have been working at the cavernous Super Club for ten years and counting, but while the ambitious Vince has advanced to the position of head cashier and landed 17 consecutive "E of M" awards, laid-back Zack is content to simply sit back and enjoy the company of his fellow box boys.
Longtime rivals whose conflicting attitudes as to what constitutes success has led to more than a few conflicts, Vince and Zack find their bitter battle for Super Club supremacy coming to a head when attractive new employee Amy (Simpson) transfers over from another store.
Enter Zack Bradley (Dane Cook) and Vince Downey (Dax Shepard), two ultra-competitive Super Club workers whose ten years of employment have resulted in drastically different career paths.
While Vince - with the aid of his trusty sidekick Jorge (Efren Ramirez) - has advanced to become head cashier and winner of 17 consecutive "E of M" awards, Zack is the ultimate slacker whose scruffy appearance and laid back attitude has made him popular with his colleagues, but kept him stuck in the lowly ranks of the store's box boys.
The duo's long-time rivalry comes to a bitter head when Amy (Jessica Simpson) - a beautiful new cashier with a reputation of only dating Employee of the Month winners - transfers to the store, immediately becoming the object of both Zack and Vince's affection and often comical gamesmanship.
While Vince instantly impresses Amy with his crowd pleasing, flamboyant style behind his register, Zack's feeble attempts to charm his beautiful new co-worker quickly backfire against him.
When word quickly spreads that Amy only has eyes for the cream of the crop, slacker Zack attempts to clean up his act and break free from his box boy roots while uptight Vince tries to impress by maintaining his top dog position and keep cool in the face of competition.