A romantically challenged morning show producer is reluctantly embroiled in a series of outrageous tests by her chauvinistic correspondent to prove his theories on relationships and help ... See full summary »
Anna Brady plans to travel to Dublin, Ireland to propose to her boyfriend Jeremy on February 29, leap day, because, according to Irish tradition, a man who receives a marriage proposal on a leap day must accept it.
Jesse, in a moment of bold self-confidence, introduces herself to Ethan, a struggling writer. And then in walks Troy, and in a moment of bold self-confidence, he introduces himself to Jesse. Jesse falls in love with both men, who happen to have a lot in common but still seem very different. What will happen when Jesse has to tell the truth? Written by
Before directing this movie, Daryn Tufts wrote and acted in a film entitled "Stalking Santa." The theatrical poster for this film is framed and hanging in Ethan's apartment. It can only be seen obscurely, in the living room, hanging next to the entrance to the kitchen. See more »
When Jesse visits Ethan's sister and her family for the first time her son can be clearly seen mouthing his sister's lines at the same time. See more »
My rating is positive, its a nice film, although its a bit confusing, at times
Rebecca (Alyssa Milano) lost her father when she was a youngster. Fortunately, her loving uncle (Beau Bridges) stepped in to help care for her and he's still looking out for her interests. Now a waitress in a cafe, Uncle stops in to encourage his stung-by-divorce niece to take a leap of faith and start dating again. She promises to try. Unbelievably, two men enter the cafe within 30 minutes, with requests for her phone number. One is Ethan (Christopher Gorham), a gifted writer who has just been told by his editor (Carol Kane) that his latest work will NOT be published. He is hurting and is contemplating a career change. Rebecca tries to cheer him up and does her job so well, that digits are exchanged. Not ten minutes later, another gentleman, Troy (Michael Landes), a rising ad writer, drops in for a carry-out order and ends up charmed by Becca, too, especially when she tells him how much she enjoys a certain ad he wrote. Again, Rebecca writes down her number. Over the course of the next few weeks, Becca's schedule is a whirlwind of dates and kisses. Ethan, poor as a church mouse, nevertheless takes her on picnics and hikes, even hustling Becca over to his sister's house. There, they all romp with Ethan's three active young nieces and nephews. Meanwhile, Troy entices Rebecca with fine dining, wine, and concerts. How ever will she choose between them? Also, to be honest, how can she string two men along, when its obvious both of them are getting very serious? This is a sweet film and an unusual story. Viewer, be prepared for a twisted ending that is satisfying but unexpected. Milano, very beautiful, is touching in the lead role while Landes, Gorham and the others do fine work, too. Romantic drama fans will also like the costumes, sets, script, photography and direction. Yes, the cover looks more like a romcom but, while there are funny moments, the story has a serious undertone. However, fans of romance should seek this one out before a new moon appears.
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