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Michael Patrick Larson,
It begins with Jack (Trent Gill) and Jill (Ellen Muth) driving to Las Vegas. Naturally you assume they're going to get married. But the story takes an unexpected turns when they get there. I have to admit I didn't see the twists coming. However it has two happy endings--how can I hate a short like that? I didn't believe the endings for one second but I was left feeling good.
Good acting helps. Gill and Muth are both good but Kristine Louise as Aubrey is great and Zane Holtz as Dexter is just wonderful in his short role. So this is a cute little short with good acting and some wonderful twists. Recommended. An 8.
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