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After several nasty dating surprises, instantaneous HR executive Sarah compiles a 'complete' list of potential partner requirements. After handsome pediatrician and perfect gentleman Erik meets all criteria and charms her family, wedding plans are soon in the making. Yet one impish voice nags at her, that of LA "barista" Fred, who swears by surprising his customers and usually succeeds. Fred's reproach her drawings show talent but no ambition inspires her to try a fresh style, and she enters him for a national competition, while Erik smoothly keeps doing everything 'too' right. Written by
This movie was enjoyable and entertaining. The whole time I was watching it, I was rooting for Sarah (with an H) make the right choice. What's nice about this light comedy is that what you see is what you get. I wasn't looking for how well the actors acted (which I thought they were really great)or how well it was written; I was looking for an escape and this movie delivers that in a fun and delightful manner. It helps to have attractive people and watch them act silly as they interact with each other at the local coffee house. My list with this movie isn't a long one because I thought it was simple and sweet. (especially at the end) so that's why I loved it and if I'm a goofball for it..good. The message from this movie is live, take risks, and step outside the box. :)
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