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Young Hearts Unlimited (1998)

Children of broken homes get in over their heads when they set up a dating service for their single parents.

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(original screenplay), (re-written by) (as Roslyn J. Fleischer)
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Barbara
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Zack (as Andy Lawrence)
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Mindy
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Lissa
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Brian
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Molly
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Sardini
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Jensen
Mary Watson ...
Sue
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Larry Larkman
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Tyler (as Jeffery Wood)
Ken Folta ...
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Children of broken homes get in over their heads when they set up a dating service for their single parents.

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Comedy

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Rated PG for mild language and some slapstick action | See all certifications »
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27 December 1998 (USA)  »

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Amour incorporé  »

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Ok Telemovie
12 December 2000 | by See all my reviews

Even though this movie features one of my favorite actresses, Lesley-Anne Down, in a staring role, I found this movie cheesy and hard to follow. It's about two kids who set up a dating service type thing to get their single parents together. In the middle comes in this gangster/bad guy type undercurrent and I got confused.

Though I don't want to, I really can't recommend this movie unless you've got two hours to kill and feel like just turning the T.V. on and snoozing.

4/10


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