The film starts with a goofus dash for a wedding in which she is once again a bridesmaid on the run.After the ceremony she jokes with her best friend Lulu (Sandra Oh) who is equally against long term relationships beyond a quick shag, and she also meets one Ian (David Sutcliffe - Under the Tuscan Sun, Testosterone, Happy Endings etc), a handsome if shy young man who though attracted to Pippa, sees her as dangerous territory.Is fun but there are questionable characters and hackers that run rampant on there.They steal diamonds from girls then send them Out to control them.
Besides, I’d already featured Schwartzies Hash Browns on the blog and if anyone knows cheesy potato goodness, it’s cakers. This is simply the best potato casserole I’ve ever tasted. When I was away from it, I couldn't wait to get back to it. I even considered dating it, but that’s a whole other blog post.
As guests arrive on a beach paradise, Ellie runs into her ex-boyfriend, Greg, who also ...
See full summary » After eight years globetrotting as a travel writer, a family emergency puts Pippa Mc Gee in the editor's chair at Wedding Bells, the magazine she'd be least-likely to read.
Director Nisha Ganatra and writer Tassie Cameron seem to have most of their experience in TV movies so this little slice of the industry is a change for them.
Would that it were wholly successful because it seems as though both had a fine idea for something to say but just didn't know how to make it work.
Her neighbor, the local preacher, helps her with the book and maybe more through the both of them helping out a parishioner in need.