I wanted to like this movie - I really did. I watched 3/4 of it, but couldn't take any more. The guy is a loser, 'cause he's on the wrong path in life. The gal is a loser because of an abusive childhood in which she was locked up in a house with a crazy mother and was never socialized. They're thrown together at the mental hospital where he is a janitor working off his probation and she is a patient. He takes her to his brother's wedding in a last-minute scheme to con his father out of start-up money for a business idea, and the requisite charming things happen. The father is an ass, of course, just like every jerky father character you've seen in films like this. The wise and warm mother teaches the gal how to dress and gives her some clothes. Someone has to teach her how to wear high heels, 'cause she doesn't like shoes. There is the wedding, and some dancing. Things start to fall apart, and they go careening around the country in a beautiful old RV, falling in love along the way. He has to teach her how to drive. Eventually there is the requisite fight that almost kills them both in an RV accident that occurs when she is terribly upset, poor dear, and is weeping and screaming at him, which, for me, was a metaphor for what this movie nearly did. I couldn't bear to stick around for the denouement, but I can guess. He heals her of her social phobias and teaches her lots of stuff about life, and she heals him of his self-destructive behavior. The mother puts her foot down about the father's jackass behavior. The dad stops being an ass and gives his son the money to start the new business. The guy and the gal get married. Everyone lives happily every after. That's probably what happens, but, even if something else happens, I am not in the slightest bit interested! You see, I am sick of women being portrayed as charming or desirable when they are empty vessels that have so little experience that they have to be taught everything. In the process her innate wisdom about SOME LITTLE THING surprises the heck out of the guy and makes him fall in love with her even MORE because, gosh, isn't it wonderful that the gal has this intuitive, simplistic solution for one of life's mysteries, even though she grew up in an empty box? Quelle Surprise! Movies like this make me sick because they say that the less a woman knows, the less experience she has, the emptier she is, the more attractive she is. I find it revolting.