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Busy Philipps had to leave immediately after finishing the wedding scenes in Scotland to get home in time for her own wedding. See more »
As the Range Rovers pull up to the summer castle when the bridesmaids first arrive in Scotland, they are not on the driveway. They drive off the lawn, possibly to help get a better angle on the shot. See more »
[after Colin dunks the ball]
I'm sorry, that's probably not allowed... to just stuff it in there like that.
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This movie wasn't great but it was enjoyable. I'm not a big fan of Patrick Dempsey either (he'll always be just a TV actor to me). That being said, the movie was legitimately funny but could have been much funnier had they had someone like Owen Wilson or Vince Vaughn as the lead role, both of whom are much more adept to the style of comedy they were going for. I did like how there wasn't very much "cheese" considering it's a romantic comedy but some of the storyline is very unrealistic in terms of real life. Women will thoroughly enjoy it while guys will be indifferent. For all the guys who will take their girl to see it, Michelle Monaghan is great eye candy.
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