Two sisters, no love lives. Both end up dating the same man, and inviting him to meet the family on December 17th. He doesn't know there are two sisters or that he committed to two different dates on the same day.
A high-powered New York publicist finds herself in Montana promoting a charity calendar after being betrayed by her boss and fiancé. Unfortunately, matters of the heart are just as complicated in the wilds as they are in the big city.
On a flight home to Chicago for a family wedding, childhood friends Josh and Molly innocently agree to fake a wedding engagement to make Josh's dying father happy. Things quickly get out of... See full summary »
Daniel J. Travanti
Dr. Evan Cooper is the ideal match, on paper and according to her grandmother Rose Durham and friends, including an equally pushy wedding planner, for florist Laurel Haverford, who fears to... See full summary »
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,... See full summary »
Laurel is a struggling fashion designer who finds herself with a job as a personal assistant for Danny, a quarterback sidelined with an injury. Laurel knows nothing about football and Danny hasn't ever had a female assistant.
When a doctor doesn't get the position she wanted, she ends up moving to a remote Alaskan town. She unexpectedly ends up finding love, happiness and discovers that the small town is hiding a big holiday secret.
Candace Cameron Bure,
Watched this film with the wife the other night to get an escape from the Xmas fare and all of the embarrassing specials. I was pleasantly surprised. I thought it would be a run of the mill Rom-com chick flick, but found a few twists and turns that at least were intelligent. OK - lets be honest you can nearly predict most of the plot within the first 30 minutes or so and its hardly cutting edge stuff, but if you're after a no-brainer that you can just sit back and enjoy - this is what you're looking for. Denise Richards is enjoyable in the part, as is Dean Cain, and as someone else has already commented its commendable how close he looks to his brothers in the film. Why oh why do these films ALWAYS have to have a dog? Ever since Something about Mary dogs have been making regular appearances in these films, and although our little canine friend in this instance (Snickers to friends) is vaguely humorous, it is actually quite irritating! However - give it a spin, its not a bad film. Don't be expecting the best comedy you ever saw, but its above average and fun.
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