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(267) 6.6 71 min 2017

The Dating Project is a movie starring Kerry Cronin and Christopher Meehan. Five single people try to figure out dating in the age of social media, texting, hanging out and hooking up.

Starring
Christopher Meehan, Kerry Cronin
Genres
Documentary
Director
Jonathan Cipiti

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Jonathan Cipiti
Stars Christopher Meehan, Kerry Cronin
Country USA
Runtime 1H 11M
Description Half of America is single. The way people seek and find love has radically changed. The hook-up, texting and social media culture have profoundly altered the dating landscape. Traditional dating has become "outdated," yet men and women still seek meaningful relationships. People are frustrated in love, but does anyone really know how to connect in today's virtual world? THE DATING PROJECT is a new non-fiction film from executive producer Steve McEveety (The Passion of the Christ, Braveheart), produced by Paulist Productions, Mpower Pictures and Family Theater Productions that follows five single people, ages 18-40, as they search for authentic and meaningful relationships. There is no script. There are no actors. These are real people trying to find love and happiness in an age of swiping left or right.

Top reviews

Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 02:06

It's rare that a documentary comes out that doesn't contain any spoilers. As a matter of fact, I was pretty disappointed with the end result of the Dating Project. You can tell that the director/screenwriter was putting a lot of effort into this, but the film itself was so forgettable and bland, that it seemed like the director/writer just spent a lot of time rehearsing scenes to put in the movie. The first 45 minutes or so of the film is pretty much just a bunch of interviews. The rest of the film is a lot of talking heads. The film is full of boring footage of random celebrities and people who were interviewed. The only thing that kept me interested in the film was that I was excited to see how it would end, but that was pretty much the only reason that kept me watching. The ending of the film was really predictable, I wouldn't be surprised if some of the clips of the celebrities were already out in the public and could be seen by anyone that saw it. The last 20 minutes or so were filled with boring scenes of people saying meaningless things that don't even relate to anything in the movie. I had pretty much zero interest in the film and I was just waiting for something to happen to keep me interested in the movie, but nothing did. There is only a few short scenes that were really cool, and a few scenes that were really awesome, but they were the only scenes that kept me interested. The casting of the movie was really good, the actors were all great in their roles. Ryan Gosling, Eric Balfour, and Mia Kirshner were really good. Mia Kirshner was probably my favorite actor. Ryan Gosling was great in his role, and I really enjoyed his scenes. Eric Balfour was also really good, and he was a really funny guy. The actors were really good in their roles and they did a good job with it. All of the characters in the film were pretty cool. Overall, I recommend this film to people who want to learn about some people who are doing a dating project or who want to learn about some celebrities. The movie itself is not that good. It's good to know that you are never going to see a documentary like this, but that's really the only reason I would recommend this film.
Sunday, 17 May 2020 13:47

I'm really starting to feel like I'm being duped into watching this film. There's nothing wrong with putting some thought and effort into a relationship. It's just a movie, right? Not that I'm a major "hater" of the genre. I loved 'The 40 Year Old Virgin', and 'The 4th Widower' but they're not exactly 'crap'. The first three were great, but then I got the feeling that they were made by Hollywood producers who had the same idea as those film makers. In that case, 'The 40 Year Old Virgin' and 'The 4th Widower' are great, but I doubt that 'The Dating Project' will make it in the cinema. The problem I've found with the film is that it's really a documentary about couples that are, in a way, in some ways, pretty boring. There's not much of a story. Nothing is shown on a real life level. I mean, what would we have seen, except for the guys talking about the girls? As a matter of fact, what we saw was not all that interesting. There were just a lot of talking about how the girls are doing, about their friends, about the guys. And what we got was just a lot of talking about how the guys are doing. And the girls, well, they were just fine. But it's not the story that's interesting, it's the people. The scenes in which the guys talk about the girls were really not interesting. Maybe I'm a fool, but I really didn't get that much out of it. That's the main problem with the movie. It's just boring. In fact, the movie starts with a pretty interesting idea: a bunch of guys and a bunch of girls meet up in a bar and talk about how they've met. Then, you can't really talk about the movie itself because it's so boring. There's nothing interesting in the movie. And it's also the same with the guys. As for the girls, well, what did I see? They are all okay. Well, the girls are a bit too ordinary and the guys are all good looking. But, I do agree that the film could have been a bit more interesting, because it could have been about the dating project and that's something that I really like. The director of the movie is also one of my favorite directors, so I'm not surprised. Overall, I'm not really convinced about this movie. The people I've seen the movie with don't like it too much either. The film does have its good points, but I would rather watch the real life stories of the people in the movie than the 'news' stories of the guys. Also, the overall concept of the movie is really not interesting. I just didn't feel anything in the movie.
Wednesday, 13 May 2020 15:34

What a relief to see this documentary of an artist, who has no money, no fame and no studio, now able to show the many ways in which his art is being destroyed. We can now also see how the public can become jaded to this type of art, so that the man becomes almost unrecognizable as he gesticulates with his hands while singing. He says he makes art to "make art" for others, but what is the point in doing so if you cannot entertain yourself, or even show any self-respect? For myself, I still find the meaning of this art-form so fascinating and powerful that I would gladly see him take his place with the great masters of the past. It is all too easy to become cynical toward art because of the exploitation and excessive narcissism that have become typical of our times. For a long time, I was wondering why a film director would want to make a film about a struggling artist, but seeing him live up to his word, it seems to me that the true purpose of a documentary is to show what a person has actually accomplished, so that it does not become difficult to keep the viewer interested and engaged. The film, "Touring on Time," seems to have captured the spirit of the artist in the best way possible. Many other filmmakers would not be able to make the film with the subject matter and what it implies. I do not know if the director, Jon Rahm, was having the greatest of all time in his personal life, but I know that he is showing the true essence of the artist, so that one day, he will be honored by being recognized for what he has done.
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 19:09

A superb documentary that touches upon several issues that all of us have considered when dating, including the people we meet, the things we talk about, and what our hopes and dreams for our future should be. One thing the documentary does is look at the industry as a whole. It seems that these people get paid to arrange dates for people who can't find anything, and it is one of the things that they do in order to have the opportunity to meet more people. This gives the documentary a sense of reality and puts into perspective the whole business of dating and the people who go about the business. The production is extremely well done, the interviews are interesting, and the people interviewed are all really interesting. The viewer gets a very thorough understanding of the industry and is exposed to many different aspects of it, from the people who get paid to arrange dates to how some people's first date can lead to them getting into a relationship. As a man, I was very impressed by the two men who were interviewed, one being a serial date-the person was in his early 30s and was currently unemployed. His perspective is one that is very similar to mine, although I have never dated a woman of this age group. The other guy is one of the guys that I've dated in my life and he also thought that I was really cute, but it was a long time before we did actually get together. The people who participated in the documentary are all interesting people and you get a sense of the way they live their life and the people who they interact with. They also had some very positive and informative views on how dating should be done. The documentary does touch upon some issues that I haven't yet explored in my own life, and you get to hear a lot of these people talk about them as well. One thing that was really fascinating about this documentary is how it looks at what society thinks is acceptable. It discusses how society sees women as being promiscuous and not ready to be in a relationship. There is also a whole discussion about how women should be encouraged to get to know men and even date them, and how this should lead to greater stability in the future. Overall, it is a very well-done documentary, but it is a bit limited in the subjects that it touches upon. It does show the viewer that there is a lot more to dating than just being picked on by your friends or the opposite sex. You also learn about what it is to date someone who is different, and that is a different way to be a woman. If you want to get to know about the dating industry and the people who go about it, this is a great documentary for you.
Friday, 10 Apr 2020 08:44

If you are a single person who has dated, I think you should watch this film. If you are a single person who has not dated, this film might be helpful in finding that perfect relationship. If you are the type that loves to read about the gay world, this film might be helpful in learning about how people with similar sexualities experience their relationships and the kind of people that find them attractive. This film is not a perfect representation of the gay world. I have no problem with having two people of the same sex interact. I am a bit annoyed that they were only partners, even though they both lived together. This is a relationship that does not define that great, wonderful love between two people. If two people of the same sex want to get together, they should consider whether they really want to. If a person is too sick to get together with their significant other, they should consider whether they should be patient, and look for a different relationship. What's important is that they find a relationship that will make them happy and fulfilled. I have met gay couples in my life, and not all of them were the ones I imagined. This film was so real and so interesting that it left me a bit sad. I thought the best thing I could do was to show my respect for the people that made this film. There are a lot of people out there who really love their significant others. I would never want to hurt anyone with my love for a person. If you love someone, be sure to learn from this film. If you love someone, see this film. It's a pretty accurate portrayal of the relationships that exist in the gay world. And it is a realistic depiction of what people with a similar sexual orientation are like.
Friday, 10 Apr 2020 06:49

While the title may sound cliche, this is actually a very interesting documentary about the phenomenon of single men and their relationships. The majority of them have spent at least some time out of their relationships and are now going through a phase of self-discovery, as they find themselves dating and/or having a relationship. However, they are still stuck in their old, adolescent stages of growing up. With no particular goals, some have simply failed to achieve the goal of love, and some of them have actually sacrificed a relationship, because they feel like they can't keep the love in their heart for the sake of a relationship, and for the sake of being able to achieve the goal of having a relationship. On the other hand, the majority of the men have developed a love-hate relationship with their current relationships and are, therefore, also experiencing a phase of self-discovery and are actively searching for love. It's not really a bad documentary; it's just a bit cliche. The only interesting part is the interviews with some single men who have given up on their relationships and found that they are in love, but they still do not know what to do with their relationship. The single men's stories are interesting and not really cliche. The documentary also includes a couple of interviews with young men who have gone through the same thing. They explain their feelings about relationships, and what they've learned about love. There are a few moments in which the documentaries are not very scientific, but they are also interesting and funny. I really recommend this documentary to everyone who is interested in single men and relationships. There are some personal stories in here and a lot of funny anecdotes. Some of the people interviewed have even gone through a phase of self-discovery, and some of them have also put their heart and soul into a relationship. If you're interested in single men and relationships, then this is a documentary for you.
Friday, 10 Apr 2020 02:56

This film was all about the people in this town who had to deal with their dysfunctional relationships, and it was informative. The 'relationship' shown was not romantic at all, but is the average person's way of dealing with a lot of life problems. I would recommend this film to people who have problems in their lives. The people in this town and in the general public may not have these problems, but this is their life, and it is a very big deal. The other thing that this film did was to show what relationships look like. How much they matter in a relationship, and what goes wrong with these relationships. These are the types of relationships we're dealing with now, and there's more of them than we think. It is sad to see how they are used and abused. The other thing that the film did was show the other side of relationships. That is what it was showing, but it was also very positive. The film could have been boring and boring at the same time, but it wasn't. It was entertaining and informative. I would say it was better than most people think it is. I recommend it to anyone who has problems with relationships, because it is very important and that is what this film is about. The other thing I would say about this film is that it was realistic. The town they were showing this to is not like it is in your town. People who live in big cities can't seem to have good relationships. They can have them in the city, but not in the country. I would say it was like the town they were showing was the typical American town. I would say the film is worth watching because of its education. There are so many stories in the film that could be told, and the same goes for relationships.


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