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Our two young lovers meet on a series of snowy days in high school. Years later they reconnect in Manhattan, but life is more complicated. Sarah sleeps with her beeper. James goes to "open-mike therapy". As Sarah plans her wedding to someone else, James prays for snow and a second chance at first love. Written by
I agree with other people, this movie is different from other Romantic Comedies. The story's about two boy-girl friends developing their relationship and eventually fall in love with each other. James wants to be a cook in CIA, and Sarah wants to marry Mr.Right.
The characters are realistic - and James' mother is somewhat funny. I don't know why I like this movie so much, but "Snow Days" was so charming and funny. James's speech at Sarah's engagement party was very sweet. Don't expect another "Pretty Woman" or "The Wedding Planner" for this movie.
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