Weather Girl (2009) 720p

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Genres:
Comedy
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1.12G
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Language:
English  
Run Time:
92 min
IMDB Rating:
5.8 / 10 
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Normal
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Directors: Blayne Weaver [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Sylvia, approaching 35, is the "sassy weather girl" at a Seattle TV station. On a live broadcast, she castigates her boyfriend Dale (who's the show's anchorman) for sleeping with his co-anchor; then she quits. She'd been living with Dale, who explains himself by saying she's cold, so she moves in temporarily with her younger brother Walt. His neighbor Byron, a computer programmer, is always in Walt's flat working. While Sylvia looks for a job, Byron offers himself as a no-strings-attached rebound-sex partner, with the condition that she not tell Walt. How will she respond, and what about finding work, living with her brother, sorting things out with Dale, and being cold?

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Reviews

Not for the seriously serious

If you're looking for a dramatic, thought provoking, Acamedy Award winner this is not for you. If you're looking for a funny, real life, heartwarming flick, this is for you.

Charming and watchable RomCom with a terrific lead

Seattle TV meteorologist Sylvia (Tricia O'Kelley) has a hysterically funny on-air meltdown over her failed romance with morning news host Dale (Mark Harmon), which promptly kills her broadcast career.

Reduced to waiting on tables, Sylvia moves in with her brother Walt (Ryan Devlin) and begins a friends-with-benefits hookup with his slacker buddy Byron (Patrick J. Adams).

Complications ensue when a video of Sylvia's meltdown goes viral online, and the ratings-hungry TV station offers her the opportunity to co-anchor with Dale, just as Byron realizes he's fallen in love with her.

The movie opens with her meltdown, and that's smart, because the humor in it really draws you in. But it makes you want the rest of the movie to be just as funny. It's not. It's nice, but it's not.

While the rest of "Weather Girl" doesn't quite live up to that awesome opening, it's still terrifically watchable.

That's mostly because O'Kelley, a bit TV sitcom actor, carries the movie as the sassy, pushing-40 weather girl frustrated with the direction her life has taken.

Harmon is the only big name in this indie RomCom, and it's ironic he's the least effective. Even us cis guys found this dude hot back in the day, but he's grown old to look like Dracula. His pale, pinched face and weird pursed lips are distracting and cast doubt over his role as a lothario.

Adams is one to watch, though. He's totally believable and relatable as a lonely Millennial website designer infatuated with his friend's older sister. He's remarkably charming.

The ending is totally predictable, but it's a fun 92 minutes getting there.

... most times unassuming and simple is much more enjoyable

It's a totally simple, little and very uncomplicated rom-com... and it works for several reasons, and the main one is Tricia O'Kelley. Had never come across any of her work before, yet she is the lead that holds this production together, and gives it true merit. There are no surprises, and the ending is telegraphed right from the beginning.. but because of her thoroughly subtle and alluring performance, you remain focused till the very end. There are lots of big names and expensive budgets that try and accomplish similar results... but this special little film is proof that it's not necessary to spend lots of money to produce an enjoyable movie experience.
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