The Opposite Sex and How to Live With Them

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Released 1993

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Director:
Matthew Meshekoff
Released:
1993
Rating:
R
The Opposite Sex and How to Live With Them is a 1992 romantic comedy by director Matthew Meshekoff, starring Arye Gross and Courtney Cox. David Crown (Arye Gross) is a Jewish boy-next-door who falls head over heels for intelligent, affluent Anglo-Saxon beauty Carrie Davenport (Courtney Cox) upon first meeting her in a bar. Unfortunately, that first meeting does not go too well, as he ends up offending her and she declares him appalling. When they run into one another later on, he does all he can to make it up to her and soon she is falling in love with him too. Their best friends, a pervy mate for him and a blousy friend for her, watch as the two fall deeply in love in a matter of days. Their love is up against a lot of odds, however, and it seems as though their happily-ever-after is not the end of the story. The Opposite Sex and How to Live With Them is a fun romantic comedy that, frankly, says it all in the title.moreless
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    90s, Romantic Comedy