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You're So Cupid! (2010)

Fraternal twin sisters Emma and Lilly are as different as night and day. Emma, the beautiful blonde tomboy, would rather be riding a horse than anything else in the world. While Lilly, her ... See full summary »

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Emma Valentine (as Danielle Chuchran)
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Fraternal twin sisters Emma and Lilly are as different as night and day. Emma, the beautiful blonde tomboy, would rather be riding a horse than anything else in the world. While Lilly, her shy redheaded twin, loves to be left alone to curl up with a good book. Inseparable since the day they were born, Emma and Lilly have an insatiable desire to play matchmaker, even though they've never fallen in love themselves. Emma and Lilly find out their matchmaking skills are not just a gift from heaven, but rather because their father is actually Cupid (yes the guy who shoots bows and arrows). As they enter their senior year in high school, Emma and Lilly finally fall in love. Life gets complicated when they discover they're in love with the same guy and they become bitter rivals as they try to win his affection. Sisterhood and matchmaking are tossed out the window like last year's shoes, as Emma and Lilly plot to sabotage each other, so they can win the heart of their dream guy. The sisters ... Written by Anonymous

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An Inconvenient Love
Written by Chad Doucette, Matthew Tishler, and Susan Markle
Performed by Chad Doucette
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Cute, but dated and very white
2 September 2012 | by See all my reviews

This was a cute movie, and I agree with most of the other reviewers that it is nice to have a non-animated movie to watch with 'tweens.

But I really didn't like how completely white and very,very rich everyone was. I got the feeling that this is the world of the film makers and that they didn't even notice how out of touch they were with the real world. I don't think every movie has to have token minority actors, but for some reason this movie really felt unnaturally white to me. A perfect time to have had a little color might have been when the twins did their first matching in college. That last couple could have been more interesting; either one of them a person of color, or one of them in a wheel chair - something.


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