Two or three encounters relationship issues including family and ethnicity in this Canadian romantic drama.
Those moviegoers excessively impatient for the up and coming continuation, making it impossible to My Big Fat Greek Wedding can slake their hunger for ethnic-themed romantic comedies with the punningly titled A Date With Miss Fortune. Starring and scripted by real-life married couple Jeannette Sousa and Ryan Scott, this amiable Canadian exertion based all alone lives is prone to be of more enthusiasm to their loved ones than general audiences, although the vicinity of veteran actor Joaquim de Almeida as a disapproving, old-world Portuguese father loans it some qualification.
In familiar motion picture fashion, the couple at the focal point of the story meet-charming, with Jack (Scott) running into his ex, now wearing a gigantic rock on her finger and accompanied by her new man, at a local cafe. Desperate, he entreats a beautiful stranger, Maria (Sousa), to claim to be his better half. And although this would never, ever, happen in real life, she gallantly agrees.