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I Me Wed (2007)

TV-PG | | Comedy, Romance | TV Movie 29 July 2007
When Isabel Darden, a successful, attractive 30-year-old woman, grows tired of people asking her "when are you going to get married," she decides to honor the person she loves the most, by tying the knot with herself.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Isabelle
... Colin
... Amy
... Lillian
... Bill
... Roy
... Tracy
... Nancy Singer
... Jim
... Marla
Catherine Thurlow ... Mrs. Barnes
... Smartass in Restaurant
... Woman in Restaurant #1
Tina D'Angelo ... Woman in Restaurant #2
Anne Lishman ... Catering Manager
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Isabel Davies is an attractive, successful, 30-year-old woman with a great career, lots of friends and an eye and flair for restoring houses. Life could be no better for Isabel - but as far as her mother and friends are concerned, she will be a spinster is she doesn't find a husband soon. They constantly nag her about dating and finding the right man. When yet another blind date turns into a nightmare, Isabel resolves to do something that will forever keep her friends and mother out of her hair. She will take their advice and marry the one person who knows her better than anyone else: herself. Much to her mother Lillian's chagrin and her best friend Amy's disgust, Isabel begins planning her wedding with the help of her very enthusiastic gay friend, Bill. As Isabel and Bill amuse themselves with the details of organizing her nuptials, Isabel is confident that she will finally get some peace from the wedding-obsessed crowd - and she will also be making a statement for single women all ... Written by Anonymous

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Why Wait for Mr. Right?

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CAD 2,000,000 (estimated)
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Erica Durance and Meghan Rath both worked with Sam Witwer. Durance in Smallville (2001) and Rath in Being Human (2011) See more »

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I loved it! Cute, funny, not as silly as it sounds
19 November 2009 | by See all my reviews

Isabelle flips houses in Boston. This means she buys fixer-uppers, has them renovated, and sells them for a profit. She seems happy, and yet her friends and her mother Lillian think she needs to get married. Never mind that Isabelle doesn't want a relationship with a man, and Jim is just the latest loser she has dated.

One day Isabelle says to her best friend Amy that she loves herself, honors herself and cherishes herself. So Amy says she ought to marry herself. Isabelle thinks that's a good idea, and she begins planning a ceremony. Her obviously gay decorator friend Bill is SOOO excited and gets an online certification to perform a ceremony. Amy and Lillian, and most people, think she's being crazy. But feminists think Isabelle's action is "empowering". National talk show host Nancy Singer hears about the plan, and Isabelle goes from being one of those people who makes fun of the wackos on the show to ... one of the wackos on the show.

But will Isabelle go through with it? Her contractor Roy has a son Colin, who works for his father and conducts horse and buggy tours of Boston in 18th century costume. Colin calls Isabelle "Izzy" despite her protests, but they soon find out how much they really like each other. So will there be a groom at the wedding?

Erica Durance is fantastic--cute, funny, intelligent, tough but feminine. If you've seen her in light-hearted "Smallville" episodes, you know pretty much what to expect. Her chemistry with Paul Popowich is enjoyable but a little different from the sarcastic, superior attitude of Lois Lane around Clark Kent.

Everyone else in a leading role does such a good job, there's no point in singling anyone else out. Maybe the flamboyant Tom Allison. He is SOOO gay, in both senses of the word.

This is fluff, of course, but really well-done fluff. Don't expect Golden Globe caliber, but this is good romantic comedy.


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