A young woman resorts to any means necessary to get her boyfriend to propose.

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Laura
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Will
David Robinson ...
George
Amy Loubalu ...
Heather
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June (as Boti Ann Bliss)
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Strobe Reilly (as Chris Showerman)
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Will's Mom
David Hayward ...
Will's Pop
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Debbie Wheaton ...
Laura's Mom (as Debbie O'Connor-Wheaton)
Donalee Wood ...
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Dathon Aragon ...
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J. David ...
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Ryan Donahue ...
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This romantic comedy satires the well-known dating manual "The Rules". The story follows Laura and Will, a couple to whom the word "commitment" isn't possible. Laura and her best friend Heather, use what they think to be the blueprint for a happy relationship, but to their dismay all plans backfire confusing the couple even more. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Rated R for language | See all certifications »
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26 December 2000 (USA)  »

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Noivo em Fuga  »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Don't dump this film in the trash...it's fun!
5 March 2004 | by See all my reviews

Laura (Dana Barron) and Will (Seth Peterson) have had a committed relationship for the last four years. Laura wants Will to pop the question but he has cold feet. Heather, Laura's best girlfriend, stumbles upon an advice book that offers surefire instructions on how to make your man propose. Soon, Laura is kicking Will out of their apartment and dating other men to give Will a strong wake-up call. The problem? Will does not succumb to the manipulation. What's a girl to do?

This sweet and funny romance features two young, eye-catching performers who charm and sparkle. The supporting cast, also, does a fine job. While the script may be of the tried and true variety, it still holds the viewer's interest. Fans of humorous heartache will find that this film fits them to a "T". Other movie buffs may find it to be a welcome change of pace.


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