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Seven Girlfriends (1999)

Jesse is charming, romantic, and he knows how to pop the question; he just can't face marriage. So, when he and Hannah split up during the same week that a former fiancée dies, he decides ... See full summary »

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Hannah (as Olivia D'Abo)
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Manny
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Roman
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Jesse is charming, romantic, and he knows how to pop the question; he just can't face marriage. So, when he and Hannah split up during the same week that a former fiancée dies, he decides to figure things out. He visits each woman about whom he's been serious to ask what went wrong. His teen flame, an independent woman who sometimes sleeps with him, and a group of lesbians give him advice, as does Anabeth, dead but lively in his dreams. One ex remains furious, but with the help of her inventive colleague, the level-headed insomniac Laura, Jesse even gets to talk to her. It's on to Anabeth's funeral, where he'll see Hannah, and maybe grasp what has been eluding him. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Rated R for sexuality and language | See all certifications »
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At about 1.02 when Hannah claims to be in Macy's, her lips don't move as she heads for the door. See more »

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Don't Dream It's Over
Written by Neil Finn
Performed by Crowded House
Courtesy of Capitol Records under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets
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A Funny, Lighthearted Romantic Comedy That Doesn't Take Itself So Seriously
4 October 2001 | by (Wisconsin, USA) – See all my reviews

This movie was about a man's search to find out what he is doing wrong in his relationships with women. This subject is intriguing because all of us men want to know how to keep that special woman in our lives. Although the answers were not really found and the film was not all that revelatory, I still got a chuckle seeing Tim Daly trying to sort through his mistakes and find out what went wrong. A good supporting cast helped the movie move along smoothly, and I must admit there are some very beautiful women in this film which made me stick around until the end. Overall, a good film, especially for men, who would like to put themselves in another guy's shoes to see how one man tries to improve his relations with the opposite sex.


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