A woman who, by a promise made years earlier, is supposed to marry her best friend in three weeks, even though she doesn't want to. When she finds out that he's marrying someone else, she becomes jealous and tries to break off the wedding. Written by
Robert Krzanowski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
When George drives Julianne to the airport to fly from New York to Chicago, road signs are seen for U.S. 45, Mannheim Rd., which is in Chicago. See more »
I have a confession. Another confession. Besides that I - love you, this is even worse. The e-mail that Walter sent to your boss - I wrote that. I'm the bad guy.
Are you crazy? Jules, are you - are you completely insane? I mean - I mean - Jules, how could you do that?
Michael, it wasn't supposed to get sent. I just - I just wanted you to get mad at Kimmy.
God. I have done nothing but underhanded, despicable, not even terribly imaginative things since I got here.
But I was ju - ...
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I loved this show. The acting was flawless, and the story was funny, believable, and lovable. A woman goes after an old boyfriend who is about to be married. She didn't want him before the engagement, but went to all kinds of troubles to win him back before the marriage could take place. With every shananagan she pulled, she dug herself into a deeper and deeper hole. Finally, her antics were found out causing bitter feelings. The movie remained light hearted all the way through, giving me great bursts of hilarious guffaws. Diaz and Roberts were perfect together, great comedic actresses. See this one.
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