In fact, we know Lloyd is a nerd because he is the “guy friend” to all these other girls who won’t date him, but instead look out for him like he’s a little brother.
She’s the first (but not the last) perfect fantasy girl on this list—the kind that was common on sitcoms like “The King of Queens” and “According to Jim,” and seen in every Budweiser ad since who knows when.
In this case, the nerdy guy who had a crush on Mary since his pimply brace-faced high school days (Stiller) prevails. Say Anything (1989) Diane Court and Lloyd Dobler Lloyd (John Cusack) may not be super nerdy, but he is an avid kickboxer and he does wear a trenchcoat—yikes.
This is a complicated, honest, and underrated movie not afraid to portray everyone’s vulnerability. The Lady and the Tramp (1955) Lady and Tramp Even though this classic Disney animated film is more about class prejudice than it is about hot girls and nerds, the title itself showcases the big chasm between the main characters.
Lady is a well-groomed cocker spaniel who lives with an upper-class family.
Your wingman is an invaluable assistant for you so don't underestimate the value of finding a Wingman that can work with you.
With the release of the unimaginatively but appropriately titled “She’s Out of My League” last weekend—which despite the participation of “Undeclared” star Jay Baruchel doesn’t seem to have anything to do with Judd Apatow—yet another movie where the schlub gets the hot girl has entered the history books.
• At the end of the night, after you have worked your magic, the Wingman, AND ONLY THE WINGMAN, offers the girls to comeback to his place for a little ‘after party’.
• Once everyone arrives, the Wingman “occupies” the ugly girl IN ANOTHER ROOM, leaving yourself and the sweet sweet little hotty alone so that you can bang her, bang her like a drum....
A ne’r-do-well dirty mutt named Tramp saves Lady from a group of street dogs and the two start an unlikely romance together. Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) Stacy Hamilton and Mark ‘Rat’ Ratner After getting tons of advice from popular hot girl and mentor Linda (played by Phoebe Cates), budding babe-in-training Stacy Hamilton (Jennifer Jason Leigh) goes the opposite way and starts falling for the usher at the mall movie theater, a mousy little nerd nicknamed ‘Rat’ (Brian Backer).