Jonathan Trager and Sara Thomas met while shopping for gloves in New York. Though buying for their respective lovers, the magic was right and a night of Christmas shopping turned into romance. Jon wanted to explore things further but Sara wasn't sure their love was meant to be. They decided to test fate by splitting up and seeing if destiny brought them back together... Many years later, having lost each other that night, both are engaged to be married. Still, neither can shake the need to give fate one last chance to reunite them. Jon enlists the help of his best man to track down the girl he can't forget starting at the store where they met. Sara asks her new age musician fiance for a break before the wedding and, with her best friend in tow, flies from California to New York hoping destiny will bring her soulmate back. Near-misses and classic Shakespearean confusion bring the two close to meeting a number of times but fate will have the final word on whether it was meant to be.Written by
When Jonathan finds the receipt for the gloves the date on the receipt is in 1990, when he was supposed to have met her in 1994. See more »
It's like Halley is "The Godfather Part 2".
"The Godfather Part 2"! That was an incredible movie. Might be better than the original, alright? But don't matter how much you love "The Godfather Part 2", you still have to see the original to understand and appreciate the sequel.
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On the DVD, there are a few deleted scenes:
An alternate opening of how Jon and Sara meet.
A scene where Sara asks Jon questions called she calls 'cubing'.
Their first kiss.
Jon and Dean talking about fate in the car while Eugene Levy's character is driving.
Eve explaining how to use the Casanova candle.
Sara going to see a psychic after she sees the "Cool Hand Luke" poster.
Sara getting a phone call asking if her building sells cashmere gloves.
Sara explaining to Eve how she feels about her fiance and a painting she once saw.
Jon going home and looking out the window after he loses Sara.
Since I have always wondered about fate/destiny and the alike, it was not for one moment, hard for me to embrace this movie. To me, this movie signifies the importance of saying what you feel and feeling what you say. All to often in life people pass each other by and subsequently up all because of being afraid to feel, say, think, and of what others will think. I have tried to become more honest in my life as a result of seeing this movie.
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