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Love and Other Dilemmas (2006)

It's Ginger Shapiro's wedding day. It's going to be perfect even though she's eight-months pregnant, been robbed, kidnapped and thinks her fiancé Henry is dead - he's not - and then there's... See full summary »

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Ginger Shapiro
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Henry Diamond
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Emmett Matzdorff
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Rocco
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Lucy Ladro
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Frank Matzdorff
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Mimmo
Daisy Lippa ...
Little Girl
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Izzy
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Big Pigeon
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Lisa Dahling ...
Elena
Charles Siegel ...
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It's Ginger Shapiro's wedding day. It's going to be perfect even though she's eight-months pregnant, been robbed, kidnapped and thinks her fiancé Henry is dead - he's not - and then there's her grandmother's curse! It's a race to the altar in this escalating comedy of errors where Ginger and Henry might just stand a chance of living happily ever after. Written by Clare Hodge

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Happily ever after just got a lot more complicated.

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10 October 2006 (Canada)  »

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1.85 : 1
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Thanks to: THE CRAN-JEROME FAMILY See more »

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I'll Love You Forever, My Sweet Little Girl
Performed by Gabrielle Miller, Leah Graham, Daisy Lippa
Written by Deborah Peraya
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Neat concept, plagued by TV-Movie syndrome.
16 March 2008 | by See all my reviews

Love and Other Dilemma's concerns the characters stuck in a curse. On every wedding day for a female Shapiro (in this incarnation Gabrielle Miller), who has traditionally been knocked up, her husband suffers the fate of death...well first a non-death where they're kind of dead, and then they die. The story follows Miller's character in various quirky events with three possible suitors in the frame of a story to the eventual daughter. I liked the idea behind the film, but it suffers from the same sort of problem that Young Triffie suffered: it looks like a TV movie, or what I like to term the CBC/CTV Movie, where no attention is set to the look of the movie. Its a minor discrepancy, as the story's entertainment value, and a little bit of my own obsession with Corner Gas and Robson Arms, adds to the entertainment that makes this a nice, entertaining watch. A quirky, cute little story involving curses, death, and non-death that's actually quite fun for the whole family.


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