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Screwball comedy with a modern twist; instead of Kate Hepburn and Cary Grant, it's Cary Grant and Jimmy Stewart. Two college roommates (victims of a mutually unrequited love) meet up again five years after school at their housemate's wedding. With the introduction of a Bellamy-esque soap star, the sparks, sexual and verbal, start to fly, as the ex-roommates try to navigate their new romance.Written by
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The annual gay romantic comedy for 1997, "I Think I Do" has some very clever moments. The characters are a bit broadly drawn but are still believable, and the plot stretches credibility a bit but still manages to work.
The best moment, however, happened offscreen. At one point, one character consoles another by saying, "You're trying to hard. If you just stop looking, the right guy will come along."
To which someone in the audience yelled, "IT'S NOT TRUE!!!!!!!!!"
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