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You Did What? (2006)

When his brother proposes to a girl after knowing her less than 24 hours, marriage phobic Charlie Porter finds himself stuck between a two-carat rock and a hard place with his long-term girlfriend.

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... Charlie Porter
... Ashley McConnell
... Greg Porter
... Day
... Ben
... Dr. Bob
... Mom
... Dick McConnell
... Kitty McConnell
... Andy Pztarski
... Stacy
... Pastor
Dona Hardy ... Neighbor
... Manager
... Waitress
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When his brother proposes to a girl after knowing her less than 24 hours, marriage phobic Charlie Porter finds himself stuck between a two-carat rock and a hard place with his long-term girlfriend.

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Stuck between a 2 carat rock and a hard place

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11 March 2006 (USA)  »

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Fugindo do Casamento  »

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Jeff Morris got the inspiration for this script when his long-term relationship was effected by his twin brother's engagement. See more »

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That was bad
3 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

You Did What? is supposedly a romantic comedy which has non existent laughs and little by way of romance.

This insipid film feels overlong even with its short running time of 90 minutes because the story is not good enough and stretched too thinly.

Charlie Porter (Edward Kerr) faces non stop pressure from his girlfriend, Ashley (Kathy Wagner) to get married. Charlie is reluctant to commit but things change and the pressure on him becomes too great when his brother proposes to a girl after knowing her very briefly.

Then only interesting character was the military type father of Ashley who kind of riffs Robert De Niro in Meet the Parents.

The film is just not good enough.


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