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Olive Juice (2001)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance | 6 February 2001 (USA)
A young woman is in Orlando visiting her ailing mother. During the course of her stay, she discovers the true nature of her fiancé, which propels her into a state of dismay. Her only refuge... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Leighanne Littrell ...
Michelle Malloy
James Berlau ...
Keeler Davis
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Matt
Ginger King ...
Helen Malloy
Jay Love ...
DJ Dan
Bette Berlau ...
Jodi
Elizabeth Auten ...
Shawna
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Trace
Lisa Sleeper ...
Cat Lover
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Ronnie Dupree
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Abby Boquiren ...
Girl Pushing Wheelchair
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Chef Nico
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Horse-Drawn Carriage Driver
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DJ Naughty
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Club Patron
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A young woman is in Orlando visiting her ailing mother. During the course of her stay, she discovers the true nature of her fiancé, which propels her into a state of dismay. Her only refuge is a local pet shop owner who steals her heart with his natural charm and his lovable inventory. Written by <Producer@olive-juice.com>

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated PG-13 for language and some sexuality
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Helen Malloy: Somewhere along the line marriage has lost its charm. That specialty of such a lifelong commitment has been deluded over the years. Its not taken seriously anymore. Why? I honestly couldn't tell you that... kids rebel and elope, some people wed before they're ready, some women try to find themselves a husband just becasue they're afraid of turning 30 alone, & others do it over & over again because its fun. There's a lot of carelessness out there. The word marriage doesn't have that wholesome, ...
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Makin' Love (Ain't All That Love's About)
Performed by Brett "Dig" Laurence
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Annoying film crew
25 August 2009 | by (Orlando, Florida) – See all my reviews

Part of this turkey of a movie was filmed two houses down from me. I came out to go to work and there were movie people blocking the entire street, not to mention hogging up my lawn. Looks like you all wasted your time and money filming this movie. Boring movie with bad actors. The girl's easy on the eyes, though, but apparently she now relies on her Backstreet Boy husband for life support now. Who can he count on now that he's getting old?

Note: the movie "Sydney White" (and the Seven Dorks) was filmed around the corner from my new house, but at least that was several blocks away so I don't have any gripes on that. Word on the street is that that was much better.


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