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Accidentally in Love (2011)

Eddie Avedon's shot at a prestigious movie part, his ticket out of playing Mulligan the bunny in a children's TV show, is ruined after a car accident with single mother Annie Benchley, ... See full summary »

Writers:

Charles T. Daniels (screenplay), Peter Facinelli (screenplay)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jennie Garth ... Annie Benchley
Ethan Erickson ... Eddie Avedon
Fred Willard ... Dick Brocton
Marilu Henner ... Carol
Dannika Liddell ... Taylor Benchley (as Dannika Northcott)
Adam Karelin Adam Karelin ... Kenny
Zack Ward ... Scott Dunbar
Michael Patrick McGill ... Sergeant Costrow
Patrice Jennings ... Wendy
Todd Babcock ... Dr. Jeffrey Bramowitz
Tom Everett ... Graham Bennett
Milt Kogan ... Mickey
Matthew Moy ... Adam
Louanne ... Mama Crowne (as Louanne Sirota)
Dayna Devon ... Entertainment TV Anchor
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Storyline

Eddie Avedon's shot at a prestigious movie part, his ticket out of playing Mulligan the bunny in a children's TV show, is ruined after a car accident with single mother Annie Benchley, which keeps haunting them. The part is promised to Avedon's lousy house-mate Scott Dunbar. Yet Eddie becomes friends with Annie and her young daughter, avid Mulliga-fan Taylor, and even sticks his neck out to arrange surgery for her blinding condition. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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The Police Officer who arrested Eddie Avedon identifies himself on the telephone as an officer of the Beverly Hills Police Department yet he is wearing a uniform clearly marked as Los Angeles Police Department. See more »

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Super obnoxious is funny?
17 October 2020 | by Jackbv123See all my reviews

Another reviewer says that the leads start out as annoying, but stick with it. Oh boy, the annoying part is very true. It's not just the leads. Almost everyone is obnoxious and it's obviously intended to be funny. Not just obnoxious, but mean obnoxious. I didn't find any of that funny. Not to say that there weren't a few funny moments. Unfortunately the obnoxious lasts for nearly half the movie.

Then suddenly, the leads, at least, get nice. Then it turns into a love story which quickly develops a conflict.

There's also a family crisis angle which revolves around cute little Taylor and a predictable climax. I'd say it's a toss up whether it was worth sticking.

This is mostly a family movie with appeal to children. There are some interesting camera angles though.

Great line: "It's like a Superman, Clark Kent thing.... Except you're a bunny."


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 February 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Mulligan See more »

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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