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On a flight home to Chicago for a family wedding, childhood friends Josh and Molly innocently agree to fake a wedding engagement to make Josh's dying father happy. Things quickly get out of hand with their two boisterous families, and a series of events causes them to pretend to be a couple and start planning a phony wedding.Written by
The producers licensed 16 seconds of "Sixteen Candles" for when Molly Mahoney is watching TV as an homage to John Hughes. See more »
When Molly's boyfriend is honking his horn and waiting for her early in the movie there is a reflection in his car window of someone walking by on the sidewalk, but when the camera angle shifts there is no one there. See more »
I am not wearing your dead grandmother's engagement ring.
Molly, if we're trying to convince...
You are out of your mind.
Molly. If we're trying to convince your mom and everybody else that we're engaged, an engagement ring is a good place to start.
Fine. But that did not come from Walmart. I do not really think that your grandmother would appreciate me wearing her stunning VVS1 1.75 carat princess cut diamond engagement ring.
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I really liked this movie--I had to watch it twice. I originally intended to only watch the first 20 minutes and then save the rest for later, but it got started right away with lots of silly moments, had to go ahead at watch the whole thing. The story was super cute and funny, and poked a lot of fun at real relationships--both with lovers, as well as with friends and parents. Obviously with a rom-com you're expecting to go in a certain direction, but that is part of the deal!! I thought the cast was fantastic, and I'd love to see Aubrey Dollar in more movies. The only drawbacks had to do with suspending your disbelief about time and commitments... and would grown up people really do that?? I feel like in real life the risk would just be too obvious, but that's why we like stories--we can 'experience' things that are a little unrealistic in the name of imagination and fun.
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