As a teenager Marni was the kind of girl no guy would go near and would be tormented by the mean girls, and no one was meaner to her than Joana the head cheerleader. Years later, she's a successful woman with a good job. When she goes home for her brother's wedding she discovers that her brother is marrying Joana. And he doesn't know what she did to Marni. When they meet she wants Joana to apologize for the way she treated her but Joana feigns ignorance. When Marni tells her mother, Gail about her and Joana, Gail tells her to try and put it behind her. But when Gail meets Joana's aunt Mona, it turns that she's her old friend Ramona who was her friend in high school whom she had falling out with with years ago, and Gail is unaware what caused it. Gail feels like Mona is trying to thumb her success in her face. When Marni learns that Joana does remember her she sets to expose her to her brother. Written by
What doesn't kill you... is going to marry your brother.
24 September 2010 (USA)
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Opening Weekend: $8,407,513
(24 September 2010)
(10 December 2010)
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?
When Marni Olsen learns that her brother is marrying her type-A cheerleader long dark haired high school tormentor, she is asked to please sit down by a flight attendant played by Jenna Leigh Green
who portrayed the same character type on Sabrina the Teenage Witch
(1996) as Libby Chessler. See more
When Mona and Gail fall into the pool, the underwater shot and the way they are moving once they resurface is 6 feet deep from the sign on the side of the pool. However, the next shot shows the sign on the side of the pool which says 4 1/2 feet, and they are still treading water as if to indicate they're in over their heads. 4 1/2 feet though is shallow enough that the characters could stand on the bottom while having their conversation. See more
Two scoops of crazy with a side of coo-coo-cachoo.
The actors names appear next to pictures and videos of them from the movie. See more
References The Love Boat
By the Time You Forget
Written and Performed by Andy Suzuki
Courtesy of Music Supervisor Inc. See more