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Having recently break up with Adam, Rae (Lucy Liu) was expecting a proposal from him while he's actually leaving for a work grant.
Luke came into Rae's life as introduced by Church preacher, as well as Luke's best friend, Harry. Later on, Adam came back and in this 3 hours movie, nothing is boring, it's all about life, love and choices.
Rae is the romantic kind, but also kinda career type of girl, as social work previously an artist, she's looking for romantic true love and she do not want to settle for less. What does she do when she thought she's out of the game but now she has all three choices?
"Marry Me" is a sweet, funny, romantic movie, I recommend this "movie" to any girl that having problem seeing what next to do when you are lost in love, or recently ended a relationship and wondering if you are doing it right. It is more than just an entertainment, there are messages in it. See it.
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