Recently divorced Danny (Kevin Corrigan) doesn’t know what to do with the sudden wealth he just inherited surprisingly. But he knows that he wants things to change. So he approaches Trevor (Guy Pearce), who runs a fitness studio, looking for a personal trainer. Trevor’s most successful personal trainer is Kat (Cobie Smulders) who likes to disappear in her work. Trevor is initially hesitant to send Kat to Danny because he gets a weird vibe of Danny, but Kat insists anyway. Danny’s egocentric indecisiveness quickly upends both Trevor’s and Kat’s lives.
Results starts off well enough, but loses its momentum in the middle and then veers off into a direction I just couldn’t go along with, ending on a very sour note.
Samantha’s (Molly Ringwald) life is pretty awkward at the moment. Her sister is getting married which has thrown her entire family into confusion. So much so, that it appears that they forgot Samantha’s sixteenth birthday. But that’s only a small part of Sam’s problems. She’s also in love with Jake (Michael Schoeffling) who has a gorgeous girlfriend (with actual boobs) and barely knows Sam exists. Or so she thinks. The only guy who is actually hitting on her is a major geek (Anthony Michael Hall). And there is a school dance that very night.
Sixteen Candles is sweet and fun and despite the fact that it is obviously a product of its time, it’s a somehow refreshing film. But it’s not great.