Rainfall, the perfect setting for romance, begins to fall heavily, and not gently upon two lovers. “She must lead a really romantic life.” A young woman assumed single sighs and croons over a wedding kiss at the altar above the outside guests. The two simply stare at each other. Pamela Falk & Michael Ellis wrote the parts of two people who love each other and accidentally made previous connections which as her mother’s matched marriage, based on a functional but romantically & otherwise therefore dysfunctional as opposed to possible functional way of future life. Years earlier, an eight-year-old girl breathed another kind of sigh of relief and holding up the bridle-engaged Barbie Doll who about ready to flee from a chapel runway Ken in hand, advises her during the vows that Barbie now betrothed to a lifetime of sock-darning & sandwich fixing may now kiss her groom. Today Mary Fiore, all grown up waves her magic wand across upcoming brides & grooms and convinces of them of sure true love & romance wet, ripped & brimming of enough passion to commit, bethrothe & keep that firery marriage burning for a lifetime of eternity. But at first, spontaneous living a mere Greek letter on the interface of star crossed other duty, love for Jennifer Lopez as Wedding Planner, Mary means nothing until her run in with Matthew McConaughey, the engaged groom of another woman. A film method for revealing the activities of Mary who spurned for another woman by her childhood sweetheart during the fest eve of her very own first out of high school wedding & reception practice dinner,
The sky the limit now, she ever the avid single person, leaves the old folks home and aspirations of a more mellow and real romance, the kind that just happens never even enters her sweet little mind. But suddenly although the aspirations of her own father and long hours daydreaming of his own future grand children, that and sinking his teeth into the springed dough folds of red French wedding cake mold his mind and heart to seek out a child hood boy who met Mary during one European family vacation. To marry her off and do it as well as quickly, papa Alex Rocco experiences a strange in-utero time clock tick as if he were Mary himself. That her life may now begin now that papa Alex has dredged up the old child hood friend for a sweetheart of a husband for Mary, thrills her not. The surprise guest hid out behind the wings of the old folks home seems a little undeveloped. He acts 12, and acts twelve too. Mary who loves childhood and the games offered therein though just as good as the next person, does not dream of the man she once cooked beach side mud pies though. Really, Mary does not dream much of men at all these days. Therefore between a distant Italian beach and smothering disillusionment, Mary simply craves for a partner for a date to further the Wedding Planner business and her position within. The ability to continual treat each male encounter as a best girl friend, Mary has not met or dated many men. And to the date of the film review, only two and the dates exclusively out-of-doors and yet the pediatrician about to walk into her life and the life of her children absolutely fascinates. Like going from crayons to perfume, thoughts of the typical young child date like roller-skating or bowling quickly turns to the more fantasial glue like romance. Going to the wedding function as a bride begins to lure her more and more. And yet no longer a professional simply in love with the idea of a wedding or a wedding day, Mary evolves to a place of accepting the idea of a partner. And well events wield her to pummel more than par, one moment brings her enlightenment through the perusal of the Murdoch files. Her heart no bleeding re-open of missed and kind good intent, still her interest somewhat piqued, she charges on. A languish wisp of unscripted fun and a dumpster void the dive, heads her way only moments after one of her also miscalculated visits at the mind of daddy, who constantly looking for way to get his girl engaged, does not stop to consider destiny and not for one raw moment her heart. Later he does, and the story behind why grips Mary with nothing but compassion for the man. But by this time, the top-down situation has by far surpassed a double drop of cone ice-cream, the Napa Valley nearby where she sometimes serves as a wedding planner for the man she just fell in love with, and male rescue chivalry to save her. Made by Columbia Pictures, made $35 million dollars, and other stars included Bridgette Wilson-Sampras, Justin Chambers, Judy Greer, Alex Rocco, Joanna Gleason, Charles Kimbrough, Fred Willard, Lou Myers, Frances Bay.