In the hilarious and edgy atmosphere of an all female
residence, SAM (Chad Donella, “Final Destination”), the universal underdog, is
looking for a girl who has lost her smile. One winter day, after being kicked
out of his drawing class, Sam is walking on the sidewalk when the wind blows
his drawings of naked women all over the street. Sam tries to grab his drawings
and hears a woman’s voice say, “I think you lost your smile.”
This is the stunning HOPE (Erinn Bartlett of “Little Nicky,” “The In Crowd”),
who hands him one of his drawings, a sketch of a smile. Hope makes him laugh
and Sam falls for her incredible smile. They have coffee together at a local
diner and share lots of laughs. Next time they meet, Sam, who has become a
lowly delivery guy for a convenient store after wasting four years of college,
is making a delivery to the Susan B. Anthony all women residence. There, he
discovers he is delivering to Hope, who has changed in the past few months. She
has lost her smile. She is so depressed and won’t tell Sam why. Sam makes it
his goal to uncover her mystery depression.
Now he is on a mission to bring Hope her smile again. Sam encounters every type
of woman imaginable: his ex-girlfriend Gretchen (a beautiful German girl that
breaks up with him), the career woman, the party girl, the Catholic girl, the
rich girl and the method actress. Coming to his assistance is sweet ANNIE
(Jennifer Morrison, “Mr. & Mrs. Smith,” “Urban Legends: Final Cut”), who is
fighting her own battle with chocoholism.
Sam’s male antagonist is MR. WILLENS (Clint Howard “The Grinch,” “Apollo 13,”
“The Waterboy”), the epitome of everything bad about the male sex. As the
manager of the residence, Mr. Willens tries to ban Sam from entering his harem.
So, Sam must be sneakier and more resourceful in order to solve his mystery.
Sam doesn’t get much help from HOLDEN (Steve Monroe, “Miss Congeniality,”
“Going Greek”), his buddy and the manager of the convenient store, who has
given up on love unless you count the autoerotic encounters he has with various
pieces of merchandise he stocks in his store.
This frantic, funny, sexy tale explodes at its climax when the mystery is
solved, bringing this movie to a happy ending with a huge smile.