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David Burton Morris
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
This TV movie was nothing more than a cheap knockoff of "Father of the Bride", right down to the sarcastic but loving gray-haired dad, the tolerant,laid-back mom and the wacky wedding planner with an accent. There was even a similar "locked out of a room/falling off a balcony" scene. The only thing that was different in this movie was, obviously, the three brides. That seems more a result of the writers saying "What can we do to make this seem like less of an exact copy of 'Father of the Bride'?" The plot was fairly predictable and the characters were either stereotypical (the "model", the "rebel") and one-sided or boring.
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