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Every Little Girl's Dream (2002)

It's Jenny's wedding day - not a good day to realize you're not in love with the groom! Her maid of honor says she's got to call off the wedding, but that proves much more difficult than ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Molly McColgan ...
Jenny McCormick
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Gwen
Tim Kelly ...
Dad
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Mom
Caroline Coler ...
Chris
Faithe Galloway ...
Keaton
Samuel Scheib ...
Andy
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Officiant
Abigail Carpenter ...
Bridesmaid
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Bridesmaid
Craig W. Thomas II ...
Best Man
Davis Anderson III ...
Groomsman
Sharon Christiansen ...
Andy's Mom
Todd Schulman ...
Flautist
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Laterrica Mccloud ...
Floral arranger's assistant
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It's Jenny's wedding day - not a good day to realize you're not in love with the groom! Her maid of honor says she's got to call off the wedding, but that proves much more difficult than expected. Mom thinks she has cold feet. Dad can't understand what she's trying to say. Jenny even turns to the flower girl - who isn't much help. Swept into the final moments of the ceremony, Jenny must decide; should she hurt all the people who love her by running away, or simply say "I do"? Written by Liz Rizzo <lizriz217@earthlink.net>

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Breaking up is hard to do... especially on your wedding day

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Short | Comedy | Drama

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3 August 2002 (USA)  »

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$27,000 (estimated)
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Molly McColgan is so rad...
14 January 2003 | by (Detroit) – See all my reviews

Molly McColgan's performance in this movie is amazing. Maybe the greatest acheivment of western civilization. She has embodied art and made it more than it was ever supposed to be, in Every Little Girl's Dream Molly McColgan has set a new standard, and the rest of the world should feel shamed by it. No actor or actress today is fit to stand in her shadow. She is the messiah of film. LONG LIVE MOLLY MCCOLGAN!!!


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