The romantic comedy film “What’s Your Number?” is based on Karyn Bosnak’s book named 20 Times a Lady. The movie directed by Mark Mylod, revolves around film’s heroine, Ally Darling (Anna Faris) who is an atrocious businesswoman.
Ally comes to know through a magazine article that the average number of lovers women have in their lifetime is 10.5. In America 96% of women who’ve been with 20 or more lovers can’t find a husband – the number that seems to be equal with number of men Ally has slept with. So, she quits sex and formulates a plan to see each of her exe lovers to know if any of them could be one she wants to marry. She seeks help of a handsome unemployed musician named Colin Shea played by Chris Evans living in the next-door apartment who is also an obsessive womanizer.
During her wild search of exes, Ally Darling meets all men one by one and lends herself into weird and humiliating situation after one another. Colin Shea keeps helping her but soon she realizes that she and Colin are made for each other. Watching further, more mix of comedic and serious scenarios catch viewers.
Filled with rolling on floor humor “What’s Your Number?” is a juicy subject matter that also contains some erotic language and offensive words so commonly that makes it of “R” rating.