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Dale Squire is a hip, quirky, independent single gal living in the glossy city of Los Angeles. After several failed attempts in quasi-relationships, Dale concludes that finding a meaningful relationship in L.A. is impossible. But being anti-social is tough for any young girl in Hollywood. With Jill's frantic wedding right around the corner, Dale finds herself reflecting on the significance of marriage, and the mutual respect needed for a successful relationship. When Zach, a successful heartthrob rock star and old friend of Dale's finds his way back into her life, Dale slowly starts to think that maybe finding love in L.A. is possible - the only problem is that her realization might have come too late, leaving Dale in a silent love triangle, with no way out. Written by
She is never alone, but this is her town now I guess.
She is never alone, but this is her town now I guess. Good enough barely.There are some touching moments tucked away in this bit of fluff, and you will find them worth your time getting to. Very by the book chick flick stuff, but the important thing is it's Lacey Chabert in a not made for cable, Hallmark family thing, or some voice over gig, or the dumb girl in the back. She is finally in the lead roll, just too bad that it had to be in this movie most of you would never watch Thirst so it doesn't count(but it was awsomer than this one). To wrap up it could be a good movie, the characters are real enough, and you do get into the story which is why you are watching so I say Enjoy it.
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