Do I Say I Do? (2017)

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Author Jessica Bender is forced to work with her former boyfriend and editor Mike Pryce. During this association, the two ex begin to realize that the spark of their love is not yet completely extinguished.


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1 March 2019 | linda-plant2
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| AWFUL
20 minutes in, and I'm fast forwarding. The lead characters have zero chemistry, the male lead is so wooden in his acting that its hard to believe this is not his first movie role.

The story has no depth, and there's another romance plot within the story. Do I care about any of the characters in the film, er, no.

All these movies have very young people in charge of corporations, advertising agencies, publishers etc etc. It would be nice to see some mature bodies in charge, like in real life, AND it would give some much needed work for older actors too !

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Romance

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Release Date:

4 November 2017

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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Budget:

$1,600,000 (estimated)

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