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I was totally prepared to dislike this movie, why? No clue. but Shannon Elizabeth is quite charming and adorable and the guys? Not too shabby either both very cute and both engaging in their prospective roles, one as the lovable yet somewhat clueless fiancé and the other as the hunk who got away. There are performances by some women in the film, you know the usual bitchy and catty lot and the one real cool one. It plays well and quickly and in usual TV movie it has the problem as well as the rush to a resolution as the movie is nearly done. But all in all it is a fun time. I have proof! My boyfriend watched and laughed! He laughed although he pretended not to watch it. I suggest to go out and pick it up as it's on DVD!!!
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