Really loved this film. Not typical. Not predictable. Not any of thethings that makes one usually roll their eyes at a romantic comedy. IfI had to summarize it, I would say GENUINE. Realistic and not filledwith fluff and ribbons and bows to tie it all up. Real people a realrelationship and a really well told story. Great music throughout aswell. Loved the characters, and the story unfolded in such a way that Ifound myself surprised and smiling for hours after seeing it. I thoughtthe acting was terrific, and really enjoyed literally watching thecharacters develop as the movie unfolded. Zoe (Dana Pupkin) iscaptivating and Marty (Eric Hailey) was incredible. Numerous'Dramedies" are speedy and filled with predictable elements- This willnot just tug at your heartstrings, but has such astute observationsabout life, love and all that falls in between. Check this out, whenand where you can-
Qwerty (2012) 720p YIFY Movie
This entertaining and heartwarming romantic comedy follows introverted 'word-nerd' Zoe, whose life is turned upside down when she meets her emotional match in irascible weirdo Marty. Before...
IMDB: 6.10 Likes
- Genre: Comedy |
- Quality: 720p
- Size: 800.19M
- Resolution: 720x400 / 23.976 (23976/1000) FPSfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 90
- IMDB Rating: 6.1/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0
The Synopsis for Qwerty (2012) 720p
This entertaining and heartwarming romantic comedy follows introverted 'word-nerd' Zoe, whose life is turned upside down when she meets her emotional match in irascible weirdo Marty. Before the adorable pair can live happily ever after, Zoe must gain the courage to enter the National Scrabble Championship and compete to become only the second woman in history to win the grand prize.
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The Reviews for Qwerty (2012) 720p
Reviewed byKim SavageVote: 9/10/10
In this incredible film, Zoe (played to perfection by Dana Pupkin) hasa penchant for making words out of other words, and gleaning meaningfrom cryptic license plates. Unlikely to make human connections, shemeets Marty (played equally well by Eric Hailey), a nearly homeless andsoon-to-be unemployed recluse, in the underwear section of a Chicagodepartment store, and they form a likely-to-fail relationship. While hemakes her stronger, she makes him feel things he's obviously tuckedaway for years. Her new strength sends her to the National ScrabbleChampionships, but Marty's constitution starts to slip as he sees herdevote herself to her passion for re-arranging letters. After you meetZoe's family and peer into Marty's dark side, you'll root for these twolovable losers to stay together and stay out of Lake Michigan. It tookme by surprise and unexpectedly moved me. Despite the obviously lowbudget and lack of stars, QWERTY proves the director's best work yetand a really beautiful love-letter to the city of Chicago and nerds allover the world. Definitely worth checking out!
I really enjoyed getting to know the slightly nerdy, perhapsSeattle-esque, characters -- oddballs and yet quite normal, they seemnot to have the inhibitions or superficiality of the people aroundthem, who are pissing them both off, and who together they can garnerthe strength to tell off. Their love is sweet and it's a pleasure towatch as they blossom in its warmth, and overcome their internaldemons.. ..I have no idea why this film would have (as it does at themoment) only 4.5 stars. All thge reviews here are positive and give it8 or more starts, but apparently some who have rated it withoutproviding a review for explanation did not like it. I would ignore therating and give it a chance - it really is fun and different, and notat all your typical cheesy rom-com, though it is sweet and quiteromantic, and both funny and a bit serious--in a true to life way.