A funny premise, poorly executed; Extreme Dating aims low and stays in that mode for the entire running length.
The premise mentioned deals with a concept whereby two people surrounded by a tense situation will come together naturally, especially if they are given lots of time to get to know one another in the interim.
An attractive but unremarkable cast headline this straight-to-video release, but none of them are particularly talented enough to make any of the resulting nonsense as funny as the makers of the film seemed to think it would be.
This is Devon Sawa's second film in a row to exploit the "Extreme" name, but thankfully, this one fares better than Extreme Ops, although that doesn't say much at all.
The others quickly conclude that the extreme circumstances of the accident were what caused love to bloom. And besides, no one else would go out with me, so... [ Lindsay (Amanda Detmer) and Daniel (Devon Sawa) work for an advertising agency.