The mother of a young divorcee places an ad on her daughter's behalf on a lonely hearts internet website but the person who responds fits her own ideal of a suitable partner. The daughter is still hung up on her musician ex-husband.
Henry Ian Cusick
Annie and Jake finally get engaged after six years, but her larger-than-life personality and his laid-back approach to life will severely test the theory of "opposites attract". They quickly realize getting engaged was the easy part.
Instead of really living her life, since losing her mother at age seven, Seattle lawyer Amy Myer sticks to a ridiculously detailed time-line mother drew as a guideline in all walks of life,... See full summary »
This is a great movie, and any girl that is not married can relate to it. Even if you are married you will probably still enjoy it. The guys are adorable and of course frustrating (typical). The quotes are great--good writing. Marry Me is not predictable like a lot of Lifetime movies can be. After watching Part 1 I could not wait to watch Part 2 to find out what happens. The four hours go by really fast. You will enjoy this movie.
As for her family not being oriental she explains she was adopted more than once. No where in this movie did she come off as selfish. She knows what she wants, and refuses to settle. Last I checked that was a good thing.
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