Walter ends up being driven insane by Nadia's mishaps and David's pursuit; she gets him fired at the dinner; his car is destroyed; after wreaking havoc at a party, Walter gets arrested for menacing David with a mugger's revolver.He even forces David to do a moonwalk before firing at the frightened man's feet.Nadia posts ,000 in bail and agrees to marry David if he will help Walter avoid prison time. The film was originally intended for the recently married Madonna and Sean Penn, but both backed out after the project failed to attract a director.
He agreed to direct contingent he be allowed re-write that draft. At that point, Penn dropped out and Madonna met with Edwards and she dropped out as well. Billy Vera & The Beaters appear in the bar scene, playing several songs.
Blind Date holds a 21% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 24 reviews.
Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film two and a half stars out of four and wrote, "There are individual moments in this movie that are as funny as anything Edwards has ever done, but they're mostly sight gags and don't grow out of the characters. Willis plays a nerd so successfully that he fades into the shrubbery and never really makes us care about his fate.
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Blind Date is a 1987 romantic comedy film, directed by Blake Edwards and starring Bruce Willis, in his first leading film role, and Kim Basinger.Blind Date earned mostly negative reviews from critics, but was a financial success and opened at number one at the box office.Walter Davis (Willis) allows his brother, Ted (Phil Hartman), to set him up on a blind date with his wife's cousin, Nadia (Basinger).Nadia is shy and the two experience some awkwardness.However, as the evening goes on, Nadia begins to drink and behave in a wild manner.(A warning about her behavior under the influence of alcohol had been given by Ted but disregarded by Walter, thinking it was a joke.) To make matters worse, Nadia's jealous ex-boyfriend, David (John Larroquette), shows up and exacerbates the situation by stalking the couple all night, assaulting and attempting to assault Walter several times, even ramming Walter's car with his own.