A depressed veterinarian (Gail O'Grady) meets a sentimental sportscaster (Rob Stewart) at the wedding of their former spouses (Corbin Bernsen, Marla Maples).

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Molly Saunders
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Jake Michaelson
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Bruce Saunders
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Sam Michaelson
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Joan Michaelson
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Sarah Saunders
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Hank Powers
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Grandma Sara
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Geraldo Sanchez
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Charley Winners
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A depressed veterinarian (Gail O'Grady) meets a sentimental sportscaster (Rob Stewart) at the wedding of their former spouses (Corbin Bernsen, Marla Maples).

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wedding | divorce | See All (2) »

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14 February 1999 (USA)  »

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Le mariage de mon ex  »

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Fun and Funny
20 April 2003 | by See all my reviews



Another fun to watch "charming man / psycho woman" movie in the tradition of JITTERS, BITTER BLOOD, HIRED HEART, and THE OLDEST LIVING BRIDESMAID.

A divorced professional 30-something woman who sleeps with a teddy bear and keeps her dirty dishes in the fridge, displays a remarkable amount of psychological problems and weird behavior each time she meets the ex-husband of her ex-husband's new wife.

In real life, such a charming, handsome and athletic available man would pass over a woman with so much obvious baggage and he would be chasing after a 21 year old love bunny.

Still, like BRIDESMAID, TWO OF HEARTS is good light-natured fun. At times, TWO OF HEARTS seems to be spoofing the charming man -- psycho woman genre and frequently the comedy hits home runs. Memorable are the $300 tilted cake, radio phone-in and motorcycle riding scenes.

Also noteworthy is the casting. Remarkable is the simular look shared by the actresses who play mother and daughter. Their look and body shape are pretty much identical and they can certainly pull off playing people who share the same genes.

An unexpected, if unintentional, comedy worth the watch.


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