I was looking forward to this weekend's movie because I remembered him so well from that 2011 one; in it, he was an under-employed actor whom the girl found dressed in a hotdog suit (?) dancing on a street corner to advertise a restaurant (that's close, but not exact) and she hired him to impersonate a fiance' at a family weekend. He was in over his head, sort of goofy, and very endearing.
In this one he had the unenviable job of being the up-tight executive type who is loosened up by the more free-spirited girl, and I felt sorry for him going through it. I can think of two other actors whom I've seen be really adorable in one role as a lighter character and then very disappointing as the uptight one who has to be liberated by the girl (that would be Will Kemp as a Prince who was perked up by Bethany Joy Lenz, and then as the Chocolatier in Brussels, with much more personality -- and Andrew Cooper first in 'Royal Hearts', managing the sheep and cattle, and then as the "grinch king" whom the skater girl has to lighten up. In all three cases I felt sorry for them trying to bring some life to the up-tight characters, and not having much to work with.
I thought the blonde designer girl friend was an extreme cartoon of the "wrong girl the male lead is with when the story starts". We've seen a lot of them, but she was written way past the usual standard.
My first discomfort was the first half hour when Sarah Rue (yes? the girl?) was so incredibly perky it was scary.
Finally, who knew the tomato lady and pepper man senior citizens would find love by the final curtain?
Bottom line, not loving this one. Too formulaic and not much fun for such a likable actor. ymmv