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I Do... I Did! (2009)

Vivian thought she had it all as she married the man of her dreams but on her way to the honeymoon things went south as she was struck by a vehicle and was in a come for 3 years plenty of ... See full summary »

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Vivian
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Marcus
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Jenny
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Tone
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Candy
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Mr. Johnson
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Dr. Wong
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Dr. Jazmine
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Teck
E'Lon Cox ...
Willie
Ross Jordan ...
Ross
Jordan Ross ...
Ross
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Nurse Lynn
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Vivian thought she had it all as she married the man of her dreams but on her way to the honeymoon things went south as she was struck by a vehicle and was in a come for 3 years plenty of time for her husband to move on to Jenny the second woman he is about to marry but as he goes to take poor viv the divorce papers after he took her off his life support a year and a half ago he was very sure of his new life that is till Vivian wakes up now he has to deal with pleasing Jenny and falling in love with Vivian all over again who will he choose Vivian or Jenny or will it be to late as one of them moves on but is it the one he loves or lust. Written by jaeden simpson

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One man+ Two woman=

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Rated R for some sexual content and brief language
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11 August 2009 (USA)  »

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$180,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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At 42:12 Vivian refers to Candy as Shar Jackson which is the actresses real name. See more »

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Still waiting for something good to happen
26 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

This is an embarrassment to African American movies. It was on twice within 24 hours. I thought I fell asleep on something, so I watched it through the second time. It was just as ridiculous the second time as it was the first. Too much happened within a 2 year period. He was so in love, and the grieving period had to be very brief for the pregnancy. This was not real at all. Living under the same roof was plain "nasty" of both women. I loved Cherie in the sitcom "Family Matters," but I've lost all respect for her after seeing this. I can't find enough adjectives to describe how degrading I think this movie was : Ludicrous, ridiculous, ignorant, ghetto, racist etc. I lived during a time when there were no black faces on the TV. This set us back to Pre- Civil Rights period.


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