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I Do (But I Don't) (2004)

Denise Richards plays Lauren, a divorced wedding-planner who falls for the groom-to-be (Dean Cain).

Director:

Kelly Makin

Writers:

Cara Lockwood (novel), Eric C. Charmelo (teleplay) (as Eric Charmelo) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Denise Richards ... Lauren Crandell
Dean Cain ... Nick Corina
Karen Cliche ... Darla Tedanski
Olivia Jones ... Bonnie (as Olivia Palenstein)
Mimi Kuzyk ... Cookie
Yannick Bisson ... James (Jay) Corina
Barry Julien Barry Julien ... Mark
David Lipper ... Brad
Jessica Walter ... Gennifer
Catherine Colvey ... Lynda Tedanski
Amy Sobol Amy Sobol ... Lily Crandell
Paul Stewart Paul Stewart ... Hank Crandell
Bruce Dinsmore ... Robert (Bonnie's Husband)
Lois Dellar ... Fire Chief's Wife
Tim Rozon ... Rick Corina
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Denise Richards plays Lauren, a divorced wedding-planner who falls for the groom-to-be (Dean Cain).

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama | Romance

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Soundtracks

The Way You Look Tonight
Lyrics by Dorothy Fields and music by Jerome Kern
Performed by Michael Bublé
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This film is a poor cliché which tries to relaunch Dean Cain's career and start Richards.
26 May 2006 | by black_cherry_girlSee all my reviews

This film is a cheap copy of the same old cliché 30's plus woman who falls in love with the typically perfect guy. Denise Richards is awful in this film, although, her acting improves somewhat towards the end when her character is called upon to be more assertive. I must say however, that NOT using Denise's well-known "assets" as a puller in this film is remarkable on behalf of the director. Surprisingly, Dean Cain carries this film quite well. There are some points of amusement overall, some quirky, black humour thrown in and the climax definitely is a refreshing twist. The narrative of Richard's character throughout the film is very annoying although it does serve a purpose - to remind the viewer that her character does think occasionally. Obviously Richard's is trying to be a credible actress. A good career move with this film, not for the viewer though. Don't waste your money on the video. Wait until it's on TV.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 September 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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Color
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