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Danny LaBelle is to wed Monica Johnson on the island, but flirts with host and maid of honor Claire La Foret, while embarrassing his nerdy brother Sam, who has an eye on Claire. After a cocky confrontation in the forest with Claire's dominant ex Jeff Doyle, who just returned to the island and soon seduces her again, Danny disappears. Claire keeps that quiet as the guests arrives and keeps searching for the groom, who has been kidnapped by a masked, abusive man. Written by
I watched this because it was billed as a follow-up to Harper's Island(which I loved, BTW). This however, was horrible. The story was so poorly written that you knew the entire time who the "bad guy" was. Acting was so bad that I was kind of hoping everyone would get killed, to be perfectly honest! The main character was not even remotely likable, neither was the bride. Both actresses seemed to be too old to be playing their respective characters. There was absolutely no character development or background, so it was really difficult to care about any of them. The only thing that made this bearable were a few scenes that were unintentionally funny.
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