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Jack and Audrey Landry are a middle-aged couple who have barely gotten the hang of being a pair of "empty nesters" when their three grown daughters -- Teri, Nora, and Dahlia -- end up tumbling back home again. That's not so hard to take but just as the parents re-adjust their lifestyle to accommodate their offspring, all three of the Landry daughters fall in love. Happiness abounds until the daughters each announce they're getting married. At the same time. And guess who's footing the bill? Now it's a race to see which runs out first -- Jack and Audrey's bank account or their sanity. Written by
Its a typical American feel-good movie which is supposed to be a romantic comedy. The comedy is hard to spot and an hour and a half of predictable romances is just too much. There are no real turns in the plot and you already know the end of the movie within the first half hour. The only good thing about the movie is the feel-good part of it. It does make you relax and feel all romantic, although this is often spoiled by a moment of simple humor. If you're looking for a movie to watch when you're really feeling like simple humor and not too much thinking to do, this is it, else don't do it because you won't survive for an hour and a half.
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