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Three newly married women discover they are not actually married in this 2013 Hallmark Channel movie.
The same gimmick was used in a minor comedy in 1952, WE'RE NOT MARRIED and its appearance here is also a gimmick, permitting the makers to hold the sanctity of marriage at risk without using the ugly word "Divorce". The point here is laid out in the prologue: do you want a marriage or just a wedding? Although the focus is on the women, the serious point underlying this movie is that couples must talk and reach agreement.
Although the situations are sitcom material -- one has an evil mother in law, another has her old high school tormentor and ex-girlfriend of her husband working for him and the third has gotten a dog and he wants a baby -- all the actors are good looking and very competent. I wouldn't go looking for this one, but if you find yourself looking at it, you should stick until the end.
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