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A PROCESS SERVER WITH A NO HOLDS BARRED APPROACH TO CARRYINGOUT HIS DUTIES, ISN'T PREPARED FOR SARA THE STUNNING,SOON TO BE EX-WIFE OF A PLAYBOY CATTLE BARON. NOTHING HEATS UP ROMANCE LIKE RICHES & REVENGE.
Matthew Perry is a gifted comic actor whose style works nicely on TV but somehow hasn't translated into movie success. To change the formula a bit, Serving Sara puts Perry in a slightly scruffier mode, and pairs him with an actress whose sexiness and comic aplomb should be a good counterpart to his wonderfully shticky style: Elizabeth Hurley. And it still doesn't work. This one is set in the exciting world of process-serving, where Perry teams up with jilted wife Hurley to sting her rich husband (reliable goof Bruce Campbell). This screwball plot might have worked if the two stars evinced any chemistry together, and if director Reginald Hudlin knew how to set up a scene. Bright spot: Cedric the Entertainer, as Perry's boss, gets laughs just from doing the tiniest bits of business while seated behind his desk. No small thing in a movie that otherwise labors. --Robert Horton
It's an okay movie. I didn't hate it even tough some parts I was saying waaaaaaaaaaaaat? A three star rating is generous. Even though it was not the best. I did enjoy myself. Read morePublished on September 3, 2013 by Jerry Louie
We received it quickly, just in time for movie night.
We enjoyed it very much, THANKS
Our next project is a Matthew Perry Movie night
I like Matthew Perry and I thought the chemistry between him and Elizabeth Hurley was very good. I really enjoyed this movie.Published on April 6, 2013 by William R. Barrett
... well, maybe just a little bit.. Both guys 'n gals that I've seen this with really enjoyed it. Some of the lines are great. Read morePublished on October 30, 2011 by f4erabbi
Matthew Perry is funny and Elizabeth Hurley is smoking hot, so you would assume that the two of them together would create some memorable sparks; but alas, this is yet another... Read morePublished on July 22, 2011 by Andrew Ellington