With the stink of straight-to-video drifting from each casing, “Lovesick” flabbergasts most by its appearance in a real theater. However, it’s February, and pickings are thin, so this heartless, clean rom-com has snuck by the wire to give groups of onlookers a cerebral pain and Matt LeBlanc’s notoriety a backslide.
What’s more, exactly when Mr. LeBlanc was riding a profession high with his part in the keen, tart Showtime parody “Scenes.” Here, he’s Charlie, a devoted grade school primary whose understudies revere him. In any case, Charlie has one modest issue: Whenever he begins to look all starry eyed, his cerebrum science goes haywire and he changes into an envious, neurotic maniacal. As anyone might expect, this characteristic has occasioned a grieved sentimental history and a vow to date just unlovable ladies. Signal the terrible date cameos.