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Release Date:
29 July 2007 (USA) See more »
Why Wait for Mr. Right?
When Isabel Darden, a successful, attractive 30-year-old woman, grows tired of people asking her "when are you going to get married," she decides to honor the person she loves the most, by tying the knot with herself. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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 (From The Hollywood Interview. 1 March 2011, 12:01 AM, PST)

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  (in credits order)

Erica Durance ... Isabelle Darden

Paul Popowich ... Colin

Cara Pifko ... Amy

Janet-Laine Green ... Lillian Darden

Thom Allison ... Bill

Vlasta Vrana ... Roy

Meaghan Rath ... Tracy

Thelma Farmer ... Nancy Singer

Mark Forward ... Jim

Natalie Brown ... Wedding Shop Salesperson
Catherine Thurlow ... Mrs. Barnes

Sean Tucker ... Smartass in Restaurant
Alix Sideris ... Woman in Restaurant #1
Tina D'Angelo ... Woman in Restaurant #2
Norman Mikeal Berketa ... Supplier
Terrilynn Rader ... Real Estate Agent
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dan Day ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Tonya Dodds ... Hand Model (uncredited)
Paul Finnigan ... Pub Patron (uncredited)
Natasha Jetté ... Bachelorette (uncredited)
Matt Joyce ... Baseball Player (uncredited)

Cathy Symonds ... Bachelorette / Party Guest (uncredited)

Directed by
Craig Pryce 
Writing credits
Julie Sherman Wolfe (written by)

Produced by
Neil Bregman .... producer
Ric Nish .... producer
Jesse Prupas .... producer
Michael Prupas .... executive producer
Robyn Snyder .... executive producer
Original Music by
James Gelfand 
Cinematography by
Stephen Reizes (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Jean Beaudoin 
Casting by
Helene Rousse 
Production Design by
Paul Easton 
Costume Design by
Sue Fijalkowska 
Makeup Department
Samantha Caldwell .... key makeup artist
Pina Cava .... assistant makeup artist
Joseph Saikaley .... key hair stylist
Marie-Eve St-Pierre .... daily makeup artist
Production Management
Steve Boisvert .... unit manager
Nancy Boucher .... production manager
Rachel Fallis .... assistant unit manager
David Richler .... post-production supervisor
Evan Tussman .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matt Delaney .... third assistant director
Reid A. Dunlop .... first assistant director
Sean Parker .... trainee assistant director
Art Department
Jaime Anderson .... art department production assistant
Ashrah Asfour .... swing art
Shane Boucher .... art production assistant
Heather Buist .... art department production assistant
Alex Drapeau .... art department production assistant
Jason Gallinger .... art department production assistant
Anatoliy Ignatyev .... swing art (as Anatoly Ignatiev)
Cody Johnson .... art department production assistant
Kathy Logan .... art department production assistant
Tim Winchester .... property master
Philip Wood .... art department coordinator
Sound Department
Scott Donald .... supervising dialogue editor
Philippe Espantoso .... sound re-recording mixer
Michael Gurman .... sound editor
Steven Gurman .... post sound consultant
Roger Guérin .... dialogue re-recording mixer
Paul Hubert .... foley artist
Eric Med Lagacé .... foley recordist
France Leduc .... dialogue editor
Peter Lopata .... supervising sound editor
Visual Effects by
Serge Verreault .... visual effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Mike Bainbridge .... assistant camera
Martin A. Bonin .... daily electric
David J. Cain .... camera operator (as David Cain)
John Cameron .... fourth electric
Albert Camicioli .... still photographer
Joseph Chan .... first assistant camera
Jason Gallinger .... lighting technician
Bob Harper .... key grip
Jeff Hohener .... camera operator
Denis Lamothe .... best boy electric
Luc Lorrain .... third electrician
Pierre Rancourt .... gaffer
Darren Spriet .... second assistant camera
Mark Zanin .... camera trainee
Casting Department
Don Carroll .... casting: Los Angeles
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Samantha Kane .... wardrobe
Sharon McDonell .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Marie-Christine Potvin Bouchard .... assistant editor
Sarah Vachon .... assistant editor
Music Department
Diandra Yoselevitz .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Mathieu Lanthier .... transportation manager
Other crew
Christiaan Anderson .... production assistant
Tonya Dodds .... production secretary
Jay Fredrick .... studio technical manager
Marjorie Hamel .... script supervisor
Colleen Hanafin .... production coordinator
Mindy May Jenkins .... accountant
Alexander Sandy Jesion .... chief financial officer
Peter Jurt .... stand-in
Penelope Laurence .... formatting
Betty Palik .... unit publicist
Lexi Pathak .... assistant publicist
Matthew Peat .... assistant location manager
Kate Turner .... location manager

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USA:90 min
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6 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
A Very Silly Idea, 29 November 2009
Author: bkoganbing from Buffalo, New York

This Canadian production sadly crosses the line between funny and silly and ends on the wrong side of it. Not even Doris Day in her many years as a professional virgin would have thought of something like this.

Ericka Durance after a good deal of ribbing from her friends about her being one of the remaining few who has not gotten married decides to strike what she thinks will be a blow for feminism. She announces she's going to get married, but to herself since no one satisfies her exacting standards for a mate quite like she does. This is probably a formula that narcissistic people all over the world should follow, but for Ericka this was just a moment of pique.

For a living Ericka restores and flips houses and on the job she meets for the first time her contractor's son, Paul Popowich. Now that's making her rethink the silly idea she's had, but by now it has mushroomed and a major TV program is going to sponsor the whole thing now. And what will Paul think when he finds out.

The players Popowich, Durance and the supporting cast are sincere enough and attractive enough, but life just isn't breathed into this whole silly idea. And I'm not sure why they decided to locate the film in Boston since it was shot in Toronto and Ottawa with an entire Canadian cast. Other than some lines about the Red Sox this could have taken place just about anywhere. Popowich's weekend job as tour guide could have been just as easily identified Canadian with him driving the horse and buggy as Isaac Brock for example. Did he have to be Paul Revere?

As an American, if I were Canadian I might just be a little put out at films that are shot in Canada all the time and then located in America. Even I could recognize parts of Toronto and Ottawa from both being there and newsreel films.

But mainly I Me Wed is just a very silly idea that might go for a half hour television comedy, but not a feature length film.

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