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Love Rules! (2004)

When Kelly and Michael decide to get married, they want to have an off-beat wedding without all the traditional glitz. But when their friends and Kelly's mother introduce them to the rules ... See full summary »

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... Michael Warner (as Joseph Lawrence)
... Kelly
... Brian
... Anne
Kathleen Laskey ... Michael's Mother
Christopher Bondy ... Robert
... Grandma Betty
... Michael's Father
... Carol
... Kevin
Mike Forler ... Tim
... Marissa
... Christopher Jarrett
Kartrina Matthews ... Tiffany
... Lynn Hopp
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When Kelly and Michael decide to get married, they want to have an off-beat wedding without all the traditional glitz. But when their friends and Kelly's mother introduce them to the rules of engagement, a simple, intimate wedding becomes a huge production and kelly becomes very upset

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Beware the rules of engagement . . .

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Bad, bad unromantic movie.
6 June 2004 | by See all my reviews

Watching this movie was "work" with no "love"("work of love" reference). Avoid watching this movie. It is neither romantic, nor funny, nor real. Lawrence was his natural obnoxious himself. Lawson was plane Jane as usual. And with chemistry nonexistent, writing out of dump, story hitting every bad cliché in the book and bad supporting cast this movie is a painful experience for most of viewers. I am sure. Somebody mentioned "Brave new Girl" before. Lets just say "Brave new Girl" and "Celeste in the City"(two previous ABC Family films) are thousand times better than "Love Rules". So if you had some bad experience with previous ABC Family movies, avoid this one at all cost.


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