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Something Borrowed, Something Blew... (2007)

Unrated | | Short, Comedy, Romance | 2 June 2007 (USA)
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Minutes before their wedding, Sarah the Bride and Blair her Maid of Honor - and Paul the Groom, and Charlie his Best Man have two very different conversations.







Credited cast:
James FitzGerald ...
Lindsay Paige ...
Valerie Primavera ...


The wedding is about to start in 15 minutes... the only problem? The wedding is about to start in 15 minutes. Get an inside look at tumultuous final minutes of the single life and the inner thoughts of both bride and groom - with help from a jilted maid of honor and a party boy best man moments before their "magical day", in a 'he said' 'she said' format. Written by Martini_Boy

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Short | Comedy | Romance




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[first lines]
Blair: Today's the day. In just about a half an hour you're going to be Mrs. Sarah West. Any last minute jitters?
Sarah: Not at all! I've been waiting for this day my whole life.
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Special thanks to Elliot Bando for putting on that ridiculous costume and fighting crime each and every night. See more »

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Very Funny
23 June 2007 | by See all my reviews

I saw this movie at the Hoboken film festival, and I grabbed a flyer that read "loved it? hated it? review it! at IMDb.com" so that's what I'm doing.

All I can say is that this movie really hit home on all the right levels. A very enthusiastic audience reaction added to the experience, but I must say I would have really liked it had I watched it at home. The script was very funny, and the cast hammered everything home. The chemistry between the characters - a panicking Groom played almost to perfection by Rob Brock and his "Bad-Boy" Best Man played by Loring Murtha was phenomenal. The pushy Bride played by Lindsay Paige and her "always a bridesmaid" Maid of Honor played by Valerie Primavera had just the right amount of sarcasm and jealousy to make the audience pop at all the right places. And for just the right touch of dramedy enter James FitzGerald as Ian, the suave playboy who mixes everything up.

I would also like to add what I enjoyed so much about the movie was the reactions of the cast when they didn't have lines. These great shots really, really added to the movie. Very funny all across the board.

I'm hopeful for the cast that this gets noticed because they really did an outstanding job. I hope to see each and every one of them in future projects.

I gave it a 9 out of 10 because of a funny script and a great acting job all around.

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