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Jonathan Patrick Moore,
Saidah Arrika Ekulona
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Hunky divorce lawyer Jason Maxwell Davenport is frowned upon by colleagues because he often advices clients to reconsider filing and seek therapy or just patch up their marriage. He's puzzled when becoming the latest victim of Rylee, a bitter bachelor he picked up but was dumped by on their first night after she found a wedding ring in his wallet. She assumes him another adulterer, whom she can blackmail by pretending he sired 'her' child, actual a baby she picks up from her loose ma Doris's daycare center. Jason and his buddy would be-womanizer Brad, who also recruits an actress, find out and try to turn the tables on her. Rylee and her friend, an unemployed actress with no more ethics, keep pushing their bluff. Written by
I thought it was funny, a cute story, and an all-around good flick. I enjoyed watching it...actually laughed out loud several times...and my husband even liked it. (he typically makes fun of my "chick flicks") Loved Rene Ashton in it...she's hysterical. Definitely not too painful to watch (as another review stated)---which puzzles me---because the person who wrote that admittedly never watched but a 1/2 hour of the movie. Perhaps if he/she had actually finished the movie, I might give this review more credibility. I should also mention that my husband and I returned from our evening out and found our babysitter curled up on the couch, laughing out loud, watching this movie. so Kudos to whomever wrote and produced this...we just simply loved it.
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