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Preppy and wealthy Whitt Sheffield is in his last semester of law school when a professor assigns him to act as an advocate for a young, single mother who needs help finding - and keeping -... See full summary »

Director:

David S. Cass Sr.

Writer:

Pamela Wallace
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe ... Kylie Burch
Justin Bruening ... Whitt Sheffield
Constance Marie ... Victoria Corrales
Eric Roberts ... Benjamin Sheffield
Ryan Carnes ... Alex Bianco
Catherine Mary Stewart ... Julia Sheffield
Maxwell Perry Cotton ... Shane Burch
Lauren Glazier ... Jennifer Burch
Jennifer Rhodes ... Judge
Margaret Easley ... Ellen Garrison
Darlene Kardon Darlene Kardon ... Mrs. Madison
Denise Dowse ... Patty Allen
Lorena Mena ... Nurse Tanaka
Eli Goodman ... Dr. Franklin
Rachel Avery ... Meg
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Preppy and wealthy Whitt Sheffield is in his last semester of law school when a professor assigns him to act as an advocate for a young, single mother who needs help finding - and keeping - a job. Whitt (Justin Bruening), whose snooty father wants Whitt to follow him into corporate law, is insulted by the low-class assignment, especially after he meets Kylie Burch (Jodi Lyn O'Keefe), the woman he has to help. Kylie and Whitt clash at first, and it looks like Whitt will never be able to help her if he doesn't understand her situation. But when Kylie and her son's future as a family is suddenly threatened, Whitt discovers he and Kylie may not be so different, after all. Written by Black Identity owner jodilynokeefe.info

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Drama | Romance

Certificate:

G
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Stereotyped, predictable, clichéd ... no reason to like it. But I did.
15 August 2010 | by marzolianSee all my reviews

Very contrived plot. Almost the entire plot can be sketched after watching the first few minutes. Every character is a stereotype, even their names, and their actions and attitudes are entirely predictable from the first minute you meet them. I remember just one single surprise, and it wasn't much.

And everybody is just too gorgeous. The story might have have been halfway believable if two or three of the female characters had even average looks.

BUT ... for some reason I enjoyed it, despite all of the above. Maybe because it was late at night and my brain didn't want to work too hard. But the main characters are likable, and the right things happen, as Hollywood likes to do.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 August 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Le droit à l'amour See more »

Filming Locations:

La Mirada, California, USA

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