Meet Hitch (Will Smith), New York City's greatest matchmaker.Love is his job and he'll get you the girl of your dreams in just three easy dates, guaranteed!His newest client is Albert Brennaman (Kevin James, The King of Queens), a moderately successful financial planner who has eyes for his company's highest-profile client, Allegra Cole (Amber Valletta, Premonition).Albert is as shy and self-aware as they come, making a fool of himself at every turn, and seemingly has no shot at the rich and glamorous Allegra.Hitch introduces us to such a man who cares about his clients on a personal level, turning their dreams into reality using their own personalities as the only weapon in the fight most every man in history has fought--the battle to earn the attention, respect, and love of the woman of his dreams.Alex "Hitch" Hitchens (Will Smith, Independence Day) is a man whose wares include opportunity, hope, and fulfillment of dreams.
While he doesn't deliver a dreadful performance by any stretch of the imagination, he certainly didn't knock my socks off, either.
Hitch is another one of those movies that probably won't find its way onto your shelf unless you've got a sappy wife or girlfriend, or you are a movie reviewer.
I've got one and I am one, but thankfully I can kill two birds with one copy.
There is some fine grain throughout, but it adds a certain charm and "theatrical" look to the movie.
Flesh tones are mostly pleasant without exhibiting any red or orange tint.