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Cherry (1999)

At age 19, a young woman is jilted at the altar. This leads to a declaration that she will swear off men forever. Now 10 years later, she suddenly decides she would like to have a child. ... See full summary »

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At age 19, a young woman is jilted at the altar. This leads to a declaration that she will swear off men forever. Now 10 years later, she suddenly decides she would like to have a child. She advertises in the newspaper for potential mates, whether by traditional methods or by sperm donors, but gets nothing but losers. However, two neighborhood men vie for her attention - her gynecologist and a professional clown. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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She's given up on love...but love hasn't given up on her.

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Darcy: [opening narration] / Leila once said that somebody once said that all stories end in death or marriage... That's 'cause somebody was a complete idiot.
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Slight and charming
8 December 2001 | by See all my reviews

This movie was much more enjoyable than I expected it to be.

Despite the limited acting talent of Shalom Harlow, the terrible

lighting, and the overly whimsical plot, the movie exudes a likeable

charm. The supporting cast was excellent, and the story moved

along quickly with some very funny interludes.


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