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Picking Up & Dropping Off (2003)

A divorced father and a divorced mother start to meet at Denver airport when picking up and sending off their children.

Director:

Steven Robman
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Scott Wolf ... Will
Amanda Detmer ... Jane
Eddie McClintock ... Charlie (as Eddie Mcclintock)
Rachelle Lefevre ... Georgia
Roger Haskett
Liam Ranger Liam Ranger
Maggie Hill Maggie Hill
Aleks Paunovic ... Joey
Stephen Strachan ... Ted
Benita Ha ... Rosalind
Greg Lawson ... Howard
Anne Hawthorne ... Maddie
Catherine Gell ... Flight Attendant
Roxanne Wong Roxanne Wong ... Stewardess
Bob Nicholson Bob Nicholson ... Anchor
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TV presenter Will Chaney is as cute as they get and a dear devoted daddy to his pre-teen son Benjamin 'Ben'. Alas the somewhat shy, confused boy is the only good thing that came out of Will's marriage. Under divorce custody rules Will picks up Ben at Denver airport at the start - and near tears drops him off again at the end of every major school holiday. There Will meets divorcée Jane, who similarly picks up and drops off her daughter. Both good, involuntarily part-time parents hold back dating to spare their kids another traumatic break-up. Luckily their best friends, Will's cameraman Charlie and Jane's sister Georgia, encourage them to go out together. Once Ben gets used to the situation, at last saying 'dad' instead of Will, he gives his crucial blessing, even picks Jane over the only other date dad presented to him, so exit Maddie. Finally Will considers a bold move, which however is probably detrimental to his first shot at promotion from weatherman to news-desk presenter, as ... Written by KGF Vissers

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divorce | airport | date | boy | weatherman | See All (42) »

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Love doesn't always arrive on time.

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Comedy | Romance | Drama

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 December 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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1.78 : 1
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Soundtracks

So Close to Getting Close
(uncredited)
Written by Joe Lervold & Sandy Sherman
Performed by Patrick Maier & The Joel Evans Quartet
Courtesy of Position Music & Cinemasters
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Pretty standard issue, I'm afraid.
8 December 2003 | by CarycomicSee all my reviews

*Potential spoilage.* Don't get me wrong! It was suitably light-hearted. But, equally predictable, and less-than-riveting. I mean; when is the last time you heard of a romantic comedy where the guy DIDN'T get the girl? Two-point-five stars, from me.


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