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Instead of really living her life, since losing her mother at age seven, Seattle lawyer Amy Myer sticks to a ridiculously detailed time-line mother drew as a guideline in all walks of life, even love in search of marriage with 'number 7'. Despite good advice from father Bernie, aunt Rachel and uncle ray, she refuses to contemplate going steady with any of the six first steady boyfriends, even apparently perfect businessman Daniel McCandles. She initially declines accompanying a good friend, bagel shop manager Connor, to a family wedding as his pretend-fiancée, but changes her mind so Daniel can be lucky seven afterward. However, Peter proves a perfect match, and able to make her reconsider the blind life schedule. Written by
I LOVED THIS MOVIE!!!... It would be wrong to view this film w/ high expectations. I don't think it even presumed to be more than a TV- movie so some omissions in the plot details are minor and rather irrelevant to the overall appeal of the movie. Even the neurotic lifestyle of Amy, while possibly a bit grating to some, is also OK on hindsight since I don't think viewers were supposed to take her too seriously. Personally, I was able to empathize w/ her, since I'm a bit of a control-freak, as well. Also, Patrick Dempsey played his character real well - as expected - & Peter was a very real character w/ whom I believe I could fall in love. He wasn't an over- the-top hero/underdog or anything, just your regular kind of guy. Very believable. Even Brad Rowe was convincing as Daniel. The great thing about his performance is he didn't try to make Daniel a nuisance. It really seemed as if Amy could as easily fall in love w/ him, as w/ Peter...The film seems to be a bit of light-hearted romantic fluff, but I think we could all use a wake-up call, a reminder not to take ourselves too seriously, to take risks, & to give all our relationships a chance!
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