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The Pre Nup (2007)

A pre-school teacher and a successful Hollywood Producer are forced to negotiate their divorce while planning their wedding.

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Marnie Lapper
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Aaron Silver
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Daniel
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Annie
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Cindy
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Dance Instructor
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A pre-school teacher and a successful Hollywood Producer are forced to negotiate their divorce while planning their wedding.

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How do I love thee ... Let me count the pages.

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25 January 2007 (USA)  »

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$200,000 (estimated)
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Marnie and Aaron are about to get married when the 102-page Pre-Nup arrives at Marnie's doorstep
16 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

Familiar faces in the well-acted comedy short about a couple on the verge of marriage. He's been burned before so insists on a 102-page prenuptial agreement. The lawyers are the comedy relief while the wedding date approaches. With quips and quirks galore, the great supporting cast (Larry Miller is priceless, Allana Ubach as the wedding planner et al) supports writer/star Marcy Kaplan and veteran Bruce Altman in a heartwarming story of the realities of today's world of marriage. I'd love to see this as a feature film since it reminds me of My Big Fat Greek Wedding with the big names surrounding the less well-known actress/author.


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