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(258) 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.

Kerry Cronin, Christopher Meehan
Jonathan Cipiti

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Jonathan Cipiti
Stars Kerry Cronin, Christopher Meehan
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 Traditional dating has become "outdated," yet men and women still seek meaningful relationships.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, 17 Jan 2021 10:01

Not sure what all the hype is about this documentary. I don't understand why so many people who've never been in a relationship have become so obsessed with the idea of "dating" and in particular the one guy who's "hot" (ok maybe his name is Koda but, in the end, I didn't really care). This movie really gave me a look inside the minds of people who are desperate to find someone to take them to the next level of life. I know I sound like a real creepy guy but I can honestly say I'm a real happy and loving person, who has been in a relationship for years, and this documentary made me feel like I could understand how these people feel so perfectly. I loved the way this movie painted so many different sides of the dating scene and so many different angles on the dating issue. I really enjoyed the way this documentary wasn't like any other dating documentary I've seen. It didn't take a "star studded" cast or one of those celebrity interviews. It was just about a real man, who went through what so many men have to go through and just wanted to get a job. I am so glad this movie exists because it shows us the positive side of the dating scene and also how lonely and depressed people are. You can never really find someone to love because you never know where they are, and you have to be prepared to make yourself available if they ever need you. You can't just say "I'll come over and watch you kiss a girl and then we'll go out". You have to be ready to be available to them, be prepared to leave, and be ready to be honest about your feelings, even if you don't know what they are. I really think that if this movie was available for free, I would have been addicted to it.
Wednesday, 16 Dec 2020 05:33

In the early years of the Eighties, it seemed that the parents of many teenagers were struggling to deal with the dramatic effects of a divorce on their children. In the early days of the Internet, this was a challenge for many. The Dating Project examines this phenomenon in a way that has never been seen before. From the presentation of interviews, archival footage, interviews with former teens, and insightful analysis, this documentary is an amazing, often humorous, and well-done look at one of the earliest forms of Internet dating and the impact it had on so many young people. The real star of this film is the camera man, although not as well-known as the actors in the film, including the brothers who hosted this program. James Kitterman, who has worked with many films in the past and was a particularly successful at picking actors who could bring depth to their characters, is perhaps the single greatest directorial talent of the past 20 years. As the directors of the Dating Project, he has always made it clear that his goal is to make the audience laugh and enjoy themselves. The results are something to behold. The camera can be viewed from the perspective of almost anyone in the film, which I think is very important. The audience is often unsure of what the actors are saying, which gives the viewer a little more control. As they leave the theater, it is clear that they were laughing more than they were crying, which is very important to their success. In the case of this film, I was crying throughout. It is also very important that the audience understand that this was the early days of the Internet. As a result, we are given a glimpse of what the Internet was like as it was, rather than as it is today. As the saying goes, "it's all about the story," which is evident in this film. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in Internet dating or the relationship issues that teenagers deal with every day. This film is not just a look at what this phenomenon was, but also a look at how the Internet affected the lives of teenagers and the parents of those teens. The resulting films can be viewed by anyone interested in Internet dating or relationships in general. This film is not a "how to do it" film. It is an insight into the true meaning of "the Internet."

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