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David Julian Hirsh,
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The Ryan sisters - Beth, Julia and Audrey - are best friends, strong willed and controlling women who want things their own way, and business partners of their own event planning company called Celebrations which specializes in weddings. Oldest sister Beth wants to be a role model to her four year old daughter Sara as a woman who can have it all. Babies number 2 and 3 are on their way, while Beth's husband Sam, a custom furniture builder, is the stay-at-home dad to Sara. While Beth and Sam love each other, Beth doesn't like Sam's bribing of Sara to get her to do what they want. Beth also wants Sam to look for more steady work on top of what he may build for himself. Audrey, the youngest, is the commitment phobic sister. That's why she doesn't want to tell her sisters that she is seeing Zach, the young guy they've just hired as their assistant. In the middle is Julia, who is marrying web designer Jim, who she has long considered her touchstone as she's gone through the ups and downs in...Written by
I sometimes get asked why do I watch these Lifetime romantic comedy/dramas. The truth is my wife likes watching these films, bland, inoffensive and they past the time as its something we can watch together. Its also my penance for making her watch the latest Steven Seagal straight to DVD, Zombie Flesh Eaters and The Imitation Game!
I Think I Do is a romantic film about three sisters and commitment as one of them is jilted at the altar as her husband to be has second thoughts.
The groom tries to explain himself why he got cold feet but its too late as the bride's family give him a hard time. Obviously the film shows that life does not go according to plan but it does go for a kind of saccharine ending.
Mia Kirshner is appealing enough, its silly with a few laughs but also bland and forgettable.
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