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Love, Wedding, Marriage -- Mandy Moore (License to Wed, Because I said So) is a marriage counselor whose life as a newly wed married to Kellan Lutz (Twilight) is turned upside down when she discovers her parents' happy marriage is unexpectedly headed for divorce.
Love, Wedding, Marriage -- A happy newlywed marriage counselor's views on wedded bliss get thrown for a loop when her parents announce their plan to divorce.


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A happy newlywed marriage counselor's views on wedded bliss get thrown for a loop when she finds out her parents are getting divorced. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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IFC Films Acquires Dermot Mulroney's 'Love, Wedding, Marriage'
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IFC Acquires Dermot Mulroney Directing Debut
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Dermot Mulroney Lines Up Next Directing Gig
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  (in credits order)

Mandy Moore ... Ava

Kellan Lutz ... Charlie

James Brolin ... Bradley

Jane Seymour ... Betty

Jessica Szohr ... Shelby

Michael Weston ... Gerber
Marta Zmuda Trzebiatowska ... Kasia

Richard Reid ... Ian

Christopher Lloyd ... Dr. George

Alexis Denisof ... Lloyd

Alyson Hannigan ... Courtney

Colleen Camp ... Ethel

Andrew Keegan ... Jeramiah Stevens
Gabrielle Shuff ... Adrianna
Bob Edes ... Minister (as Bob Edes Jr.)

Joe Chrest ... John
Kim Vu ... Amy
Kenneth Brown Jr. ... Newlywed Husband
Brandi Gerard ... Newlywed Wife (as Brandi Coleman)

Michael Arata ... Cheap Bastard

Marwa Bernstein ... Cheap Bastard's Wife (as Mawra Bernstein)
John McConnell ... Grateful Husband

Autumn Federici ... Jessica

Sarah Lieving ... Rachel

Julia Roberts ... Ava's Therapist (voice)

Carol Sutton ... Matchmaker

Ron Flagge ... Voodoo Man
Victor Tijerino ... Cougar Hunter (as Victor Palacios)
Michael Showers ... Toothless Man

Douglas M. Griffin ... Paramedic

Dean J. West ... Doctor (as Dean West)
Geri Teasley ... Receptionist
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kristal Kincaid ... Aggressive Woman in Bouquet Toss

Billy Slaughter ... Actor (voice)

Monica Acosta ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

D'Arcy Allen ... Wedding Guest / Flower Girls Father (uncredited)

Charlotte Biggs ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Russell M. Haeuser ... Wedding and Anniversary Guest (uncredited)
Jeremy Aaron Johnson ... Voiceover (uncredited)
Cynthia LeBlanc ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Elton LeBlanc ... Happily Married Couple (uncredited)
Mark Rayner ... Wedding guest (uncredited)
Logan Douglas Smith ... Groom's Step Father at Wedding (uncredited)
Lauren Rae Sullivan ... Speed Dater (uncredited)
James Lesley Taylor ... Man in Hospital Waiting Room (uncredited)
Spencer Tracy ... Awkward Bus Boy (uncredited)
Timothy A. Vasquez ... Speed Dater #1 (uncredited)

Directed by
Dermot Mulroney 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Anouska Chydzik  written by (as Anouska Chydzik Bryson)
Caprice Crane  written by

Produced by
Jeff Abberley .... executive producer
Michael Arata .... executive producer
Sergei Bespalov .... associate producer
Julia Blackman .... executive producer
JC Cadena .... associate producer (as Jenny Cadena)
Michelle Chydzik Sowa .... producer
Natalia Chydzik .... executive producer
Jerry Daigle .... executive producer
Peter Graham .... executive producer
Joel Hatch .... line producer
Stephen Hays .... executive producer
Stefan Jacobs .... executive producer
Nathalie Marciano .... executive producer
Vlad A. Osipov .... associate producer
Gary Raskin .... executive producer
Original Music by
Blake Neely 
Cinematography by
Óttar Guðnason (director of photography) (as Ottar Gudnason)
Film Editing by
Heather Persons 
Casting by
Nancy Nayor 
Production Design by
Carlos Menéndez  (as Carlos Menendez)
Art Direction by
Chuck Bludsworth 
Monique Champagne 
Set Decoration by
Gail Briant  (as P. Gail Briant)
Patricia DiGiacomo 
Leonard R. Spears 
Amy Bell (uncredited)
Costume Design by
Antoinette Messam 
Makeup Department
Nicole Artmont .... key makeup artist
Steve Artmont .... makeup department head
Margeaux Fox .... department head hair
Marcos Gonzales .... assistant hair stylist
Sherri Hamilton .... key hair stylist
Krystal Kershaw .... makeup artist
Kent Richard .... additional hair
Remi Savva .... makeup artist
Production Management
Melodi Hallenbeck .... production secretary
Jerry Lambert .... unit production manager (as Jerrold W. Lambert)
Tim Pedegana .... post production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kim Barnard .... second second assistant director
W. Alex Korp .... first assistant director (as Alex Korp)
Tony Niknejadi .... key second assistant director
Art Department
Harry M. Ainsworth .... set dresser
Cecile Aymami .... painter
Keith Aymami .... gang boss
Zackary Aymani .... construction coordinator (as Zachary Aymani)
Paul Blanchard .... on set dresser
Andrew W. Bofinger .... leadman
Mamae Bolton .... art department production assistant
Erin Brennan .... set dresser
Bruce Corkum .... on set dresser
Carl Counts .... set dresser
Caleb Guillotte .... art department coordinator
Sara L. Holman .... art department coordinator
Jami Johnston .... set decoration buyer
Michael F. LeBlanc Jr. .... set dresser (as Michael 'ML' LeBlanc)
Jordan Lightner .... props
Scotty Morris .... construction coordinator
Jeffrey M. O'Brien .... property master
Monica Perez .... assistant property master
Chris Petro II .... art department coordinator (as Christopher Petro II)
John Richoux .... set dresser
David Lee Toth .... set dresser
Markus Wittman .... leadman (as Markus Wittmann)
Niko Zahlten .... art department production assistant (as Nikolas Zahlten)
Sound Department
Larry Blake .... supervising sound editor
Matt Coby .... dialogue editor
Kevin Compayre .... boom operator
Dawn Fintor .... foley artist
Tyler Heath .... post sound intern
Randy Lawson .... sound mixer
Kimaree Long .... dialogue editor
Jason Oliver .... adr mixer
Marcus Ricaud .... boom operator
Billy Theriot .... assistant sound editor
Greg Zimmerman .... adr recordist
Visual Effects by
Daeil Chang .... creative director: Binary Digital
Shane Cook .... digital compositor: Gradient Effects
Kevin Del Colle .... digital film scanner
Jeff Grigsby .... visual effects artist
Gary Laurie .... match mover: Gradient Effects
James Polk .... character technical director: Gradient Effects (as Jim Polk)
Bernardo Rodriguez .... visual effects editor: Gradient Effects
Sean Rowe .... digital film scanner
Timothy A. Ryan .... visual effects artist: Binary Digital (as Timothy Ryan)
Olcun Tan .... executive visual effects producer: Gradient Effects
Thomas Tannenberger .... visual effects supervisor: Gradient Effects
Jared Pecht .... digital film scanner (uncredited)
John Bernecker .... stunt double: Kellan Lutz
Danny Cosmo .... stunt coordinator
Ben Jensen .... key stunt rigger
Holly O'Quin .... stunt double: Mandy Moore
Kevin Scott .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Brooke Arata .... stills intern
Maxwell Beard .... grip
Victor Brunette .... video assist
Mark Colicci .... first assistant camera: steadicam (as Mark D. Colicci)
Manash Das .... loader
Daniel Ferrell .... first assistant camera: "a" camera (as J. Daniel Ferrell)
Samantha Fielding .... still photographer
Mary Funsten .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Francis James .... "b" camera operator
James Marks .... hydroscope operator
Christopher Meydrich .... set lighting technician
Nicolas Restrepo .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Heather Rose .... assistant to still photographer
Bily Salazar .... additional film loader
Brielyn Sexeny .... video assist
Chris Strauser .... second assistant camera
Nathan Tape .... best boy electric
Remi Tournois .... additional camera operator
David A. Wolf .... steadicam operator
Casting Department
Brittany Burke .... casting assistant
Alicia Dean .... casting assistant
Meagan Lewis .... location casting
John Richoux .... casting assistant
Savannah Strachan .... location casting assistant
Wendy Talazac .... local casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Conan Castro Jr. .... costume supervisor
Annette Farnsworth .... set costumer
Whitney Galitz .... key costumer: New Orleans
Paula Truman .... costume supervisor
Shawn Vantree .... costume assistant
Barbara Warren .... key set costumer: Los Angeles (as Barbara Rudy Warren)
Editorial Department
J. Cody Baker .... digital intermediate assistant (as James Cody Baker)
Dane Bergerson .... digital intermediate assistant
Mike Chiado .... digital intermediate technologist
Sean Coleman .... colorist
David Feldman .... account executive: Company 3
Guy Handelman .... editorial assistant
Liza Kerlin .... digital intermediate producer
Rudy Lopez .... on-line editor
Mathieu Reid .... color timer
Mark Scovil .... associate editor
Stefan Sonnenfeld .... digital executive producer: Company 3
Music Department
Zoe Alexandra .... music clearance
Christopher Brooks .... music editor
Daniel James Chan .... orchestrator
Deanna DellaCioppa .... co-songwriter of "Good Time"
Deanna DellaCioppa .... composer: additional music
James T. Hill .... music scoring mixer
Becky Jerams .... composer: additional music (co-songwriter of "La La Love")
Andy Ross .... music supervisor
Matthew Tishler .... composer: additional music
Transportation Department
Don Brazil Breaux .... driver
Leslie Briscoe .... driver
Terrance M. Butler .... driver
Reggie Carroll .... driver
Frank Catalanotto .... driver
Christie Chaplin .... driver
Mack Douglas .... driver
Pauline Sissie Franklin .... driver (as Pauline Franklin)
Peter Gondrella .... driver
Ron Guichard .... driver (as Ronald Guichard)
Joe Locks .... driver
Richard Munoz .... driver (as Ric Munoz)
Deborah Muscarello .... driver
Frank Myers .... driver
Chris Pedersen .... driver
Poland Perkins .... transportation coordinator (as Poland Paul Perkins)
Daniel Pilmaier .... chapman driver
Gwendalane Ramos .... transportation dispatcher
Steve Robinson .... driver (as Steve A. Robinson)
Albert Samson .... transportation captain
Riley Sanders Jr. .... driver
Al Sens .... transportation captain (as Alexander Sens Jr.)
Odell Smith .... driver
Larry C. Sylvester .... driver
Joe Tavares .... transportation co-captain
William C. Varnado .... driver
Jonathan Wensel .... driver
Dennis Williams .... driver
Other crew
Steve Berman .... completion bond
JC Cadena .... associate producer
Andre James Champagne .... producer consultant
Chris Clinton .... key set production assistant
Evan Eastham .... producer asst
Nicholas Fabiano .... assistant: Ms. Szohr
Ashley Foster .... basecamp p.a.
Steve Gehrke .... script supervisor
Melodi Hallenbeck .... production secretary
Sue Jennings .... production coordinator
Jerry Lambert .... production accountant (as Jerrold W. Lambert)
Loui J. LeRoy .... set production assistant
Joshua Lilly .... stand-in
Jessica Luebe .... assistant production office coordinator (as Jessica Dwyer)
Jason Derrick Ousley .... office production assistant
Alan Prohaska .... production financing provided by
Codie Scott .... stand-in
Brielyn Sexeny .... set production assistant
Logan Douglas Smith .... stand-in
Art Stribley .... production financing provided by
Kai Thorup .... key assistant location manager
Jason Waggenspack .... assistant location manager
Olga Wilhelmine .... stand-in
Karen Dean .... accounting clerk (uncredited)
Nikhil Jassawalla .... consultant (uncredited)

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Rated PG-13 for sexual material and language
90 min
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Jessica Alba was rumored to play the lead role.See more »
Ava:Hi... what was all the yelling about?
Bradley:Just your mother's normal kvetching.
Betty:Ohhhh... would you stop talking like that! This isn't a production of Fiddler on the Roof!
Bradley:Would you just relax and stop acting like some kind of meshuggeneh in front of our daughters!
Betty:What does that even mean? Jesus!
Ava:Okay, can we just take this into my office... please? Right into my office... thank you... come on.
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References Gone with the Wind (1939)See more »
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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Irritating characters, sudden resolution, 24 April 2012
Author: t_maly

I like light romance comedies, but what I found most unlikable about this particular movie was Mandy Moore's character's very one-sided personality. She's been in too many movies where her characters have been irritating, one-sided, primadonna types. It's unfortunate given that she is so attractive. It's incredibly irritating to see a protagonist force her vision of what her parent's marriage should be. It was pounded again and again, just irritating, and there was no depth to it such as her showing a painful side as to why she needs to 'fix' things (ie some sense of childhood neglect), nor did it show her maturing into someone who wants their parents to be happy in their own way, without somebody, society, etc telling them what they 'should' be happy with. Who's to say anybody can tell another what makes them happy? Can't a couple go their separate ways for a few days or months, to discover their individual selves? I was more pleased with Jane Seymour's character to experience a life, grow, do new things, travel, etc apart from being some wife-servant. At least with Mandy Moore's character, she could have had some evolution in her efforts (not just that last second fake pill overdose shenanigan to manipulate her parents), to be more altruistic instead of dominating/manipulating.

The conflict with the husband regarding the manipulation was well played. Mandy's character manipulates a fake life-and-death situation to deceive his mother into not wanting to be on her own for 6 months out of her life for once. Mandy's husband called her out on this blatant manipulation and I felt that was the most honest part of the movie, how shallow, selfish the manipulation was, to judge for other people what 'should' make them happy, that it involves some stereotype instead of personal discovery/independence. The resolution of the conflict came out of nowhere. The dialogue started with Mandy's character trying to apologize, but was interrupted, as if an apology or personal change/growth was completely unnecessary. The things the husband wanted from the wife (to accept, in him) was actually nothing to do with why he was angry in the first place. She gets interrupted from her apology, he asks to be accepted, they kiss, end credits. She never got the chance to apologize and so that almost says that it was unnecessary, superficial. Messages like that are dangerous. Even with the movie being a comedy.

I found Mandy's character overall annoying/irritating and given that she felt no remorse for manipulating her parents, that she had no soul. I don't think it was Ms. Moore's fault, as that has more to do with the script and directing, hinting at emotion, providing pause, reflection, etc that the director simply did not provide. These romantic comedies that have such absurd conflict only to end in even more absurd resolution are ultimately dangerous stories of fantasy that even a lighthearted audience should not see. It only can give terrible impressions in a relationship, bad example, and make relationships more painful and illusive. At least a comedy could teach the viewers something. There was no lesson of compromise, of heart-felt communication, of acceptance, of change, of growth, etc - the conflict was sudden and the resolution was even more sudden.

Normally I don't mind watching rom-coms multiple times, but i don't think this is enjoyable to watch again. The characters were too irritating to enjoy. It reminds me of the irritation I felt with another Mandy Moore movie, License to Wed, where the conflict felt so incredibly contrived/out-of-nowhere and the helplessness of the characters (to augment the ridiculous conflict) just made it really annoying. I actually liked her better in Swinging With The Finkels, even though in that movie I found the shallow, apathetic and loyalty-less husband quite irritating.

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