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Two best friends in college Mitch and Elizabeth make a pact that if in ten years after graduation they are both not married they will marry each other. Ten years later Mitch (still single) finds out Elizabeth never got married so he decides to travel across the country, find her and follow through on their pact. What he soon realizes is it wont be as simple as he thought. Written by
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Jesus On The Mainline
Arranged and Produced by Jay Weigel
Performed by The Lost Home Choir
Published by Music of Melpomene (BMI) See more »
What a refreshing change for my husband and me to sit down with our teenage daughter and what a romantic comedy that is free of gratuitous sex, nudity and foul language.
The story is simple, the characters genuine and it had a lot of appeal to the romantic mind of my 16 year old who completely believes in true love and happily ever after. Yes, the story is cliché but it recognizes it in a humorous way. Although my husband found it to be a bit juvenile, definitely more "made for TV", he agreed that is was a cute movie and applauded Chris Soldevilla's performance saying he was likable and could picture him on a sitcom. However, if not for the beautiful Angie Everhart he probably would not have watched it at all.
I felt the pairing of Haylie Duff and Chris Soldevilla as the main characters to be believable and everyone for the most part was well cast. Scott Michael Campbell as the fiancé did a great job at making you dislike him. In every movie there should be one person you love to hate and for me it was him. Great acting on his part.
I especially liked that this writer/director took a higher road and wrote from the heart instead of his privates. Of course there is enough sexual innuendo to keep things interesting but you can still watch it with kids and keep your morals in tact.
In my opinion, its a good movie for a girl's night and is completely appropriate for mother/daughter night, a sleepover party, a casual date or a group of ladies looking to chill with a glass of wine and a nice film. It offers a funny perspective of love from the man's point of view while appealing to a woman's romantic side.
Overall, I say grab some popcorn and a spot of the sofa and rent this movie
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