Jack Ryder plays Danny, an insecure young adult that's more comfortable in the world of films and anime than the "real world". He's in love with Suki (Jodi Albert), a girl that works at a local cinema. He tries everything he can think of to talk to her, but he always chickens out at the end. Until one day, when he decides to get a job at the cinema. Only the day he starts work is Suki's last day. Even worse, [i]nothing[/i] goes Danny's way. He either seems to screw everything up, or circumstances make him look as if he has, even if he was completely innocent. He tries plan after plan to hook up with Suki, and each and every one fails. The plans get more or more desperate (much like an 80s TV sitcom), until the whole thing falls apart at the end (more unrelated reasons).
It's not a bad film, [i]per se[/i]. It's cute to see Danny go after someone so far out of his league, and even cuter to see a young man that will take just about any advice given to him. The film is funny, but not "laugh out loud" funny. You could do worse, although you could also do a lot better.