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About the Movie
This utterly charming 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. A FilmBuff Presentation.
I Love Dana Pupkin
The Independent Critic wrote: "Hailey proves to be the perfect counterpoint to Pupkin's quietly vibrant performance as Zoe, a woman who lacks any awareness at all of her brilliance and beauty. While Hailey simmers, Pupkin percolates with an energy and spark that makes you practically stand up and cheer every time she scores another word. Pupkin also adds a remarkable touch of sweetness to Zoe, an earthiness that when it surfaces just leaves you in awe as in a scene when Marty has first moved in with her and he's been followed by a tag-a-long from his old neighborhood. The look on Pupkin's face as Zoe responds to this man with a simple act of kindness makes you fall in love with her even more." and I agree.
I love this movie!!
Qwarty is a delightful movie about the power of love, acceptance and hard work. The movies mix of drama and comedy give it a very realistic feel, while keeping us entertained throughout. Qwarty is an all around complete piece with a wonderful story, beautiful cinematography, compelling acting, and smart direction. Don't go another day without watching this big hearted movie.
Great love story… plus Scrabble (BONUS)!
Absolutely great! Where did this movie come from? I love Scrabble, so I was stoked when I discovered this, but didn't know what to expect. Don't let the hand drawn letters fool you, this movie is so sweet, and so well done. The two leads are convincing and really drew me in. I cried for Zoe in the dinner scene. No stars in it, so get used to some unrecognizable faces. Speaking of faces, was the villain played by the same person as the friend from the Scrabble Club? I swear he was!