I Do, I Do, I Do (2015) is a English,Italian movie. Ron Oliver has directed this movie. Autumn Reeser,Ali Liebert,Shawn Roberts,Christine Willes are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. I Do, I Do, I Do (2015) is considered one of the best Comedy,Fantasy,Romance movie in India and around the world.
A young lady gets engaged to the "perfect man". The groom's mother plans everything for the wedding (in a week). The wedding is over the top when it was supposed to be small and elegant. It turns out to be a miserable day for the bride and she wishes for a do-over. She gets her wish over and over until she finally realizes exactly what she wants.
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I like Hallmark Movies & enjoy watching them. Some are a little too corny for me or just OK. Which I was expecting for this one. I only watched it because I had DVR'd it. It was actually after I had watched the other 5 movies I DVR'd. But, color me SURPRISED! I just loved the movie! I literally could watch it over & over again. I already watched in 2x's in a week! GREAT MOVIE! An architect heads to the altar with her fiancé, unsure of her marriage and their future. She relives her disastrous wedding day, put together by her fiancé's overbearing mother, over and over until, with the help of her fiancé's brother, she begins to face her biggest fears and discover what she really wants in herself and in her life.
Groundhog day revisited. Neurotic Ali Liebert is an architect who marries author Antonio Cupo. The wedding is planned by the mother in law to be and it looks like Cupo has only got married for career advancement. Liebert bumps into her brother in law to be, Shawn Roberts who is a doctor in Africa and who is a sort of a free spirit. As the wedding does not go according to plan she has to relive her wedding day every day and decides to make small changes such as learning Italian, learning to dance, finding out what she wants in her life. This is a cheap looking film, with cookie cutter production values. I swear the music in the film has been used in other Hallmark films. You can tell straight off that Cupo is unsuitable for her and the rugged Roberts will be her suitor. The film is annoying, poorly acted and has absolutely no flair or fire in its script or direction.
I must admit that I like Hallmark movies. This is a charming movie and it reminds me of the Bill Murray movie, "Groundhog Day" in which he relived that day over and over to get it right. As the trailer and title (I do, I do, I do) from this movie implies, the leading lady gets to relive her wedding day over and over until she gets it right. At first she is bewildered as to what is happening, as well as those who are around her, which leads to her and those around her questioning her mental state. But when she finally realizes she is stuck in her wedding day she takes advantage of it. Without going into specific details it will suffice it enough to say this leads to some very funny and touching moments. Familiar Hallmark movie actors / actresses Autumn Reeser (main character), Shawn Roberts, Antonio Cupo and Ali Liebert lead the cast and they are a talented bunch, too. Shawn Roberts is familiar from some major Sci Fi movies and Ali Liebert is in her normal supporting role as Autumn Reeser's sister but she is talented enough to carry a movie on her own. This movie is well worth watching.
What a great romantic comedy! I didn't see the time pass by. Usually, I am not a huge fan of the Groundhog Day-type movies. But in this case, it worked perfectly. And much of the credit goes to Autumn Reeser. She is hardly off camera during the whole movie, and she's absolutely brilliant from start to finish! Fabulous actress! It's the story of an architect who heads to the altar with her fiancé, unsure of her marriage and their future. She relives her disastrous wedding day, put together by her fiancé's overbearing mother, over and over until, with the help of his brother, she begins to face her biggest fears and discover what she really wants in herself and in her life.
I'm not sure you could classify this as a comedy. Were there jokes? Was there an attempt at humorous situations? I don't seem to recall either, unless the entire thing was an ironic attempt at anti-humor. I had the misfortune of being trapped in a waiting room while this movie loudly played. Its heritage was clear from the start; it felt like a Hallmark card. Cheesy, impersonal, mass produced, and not courageous enough to attempt anything actually funny. Shrill caricature of a main character with no idea what she wants gets stuck in a time loop until she...wow, even writing that out is boring. Its hard to include spoilers in a review when you know how it ends after the first 15 minutes. If you hate surprises, well written characters and dialogue, and unique situations, this is the movie for you. If purgatory played rom-coms this would definitely be part of the playlist. Its about as exciting and nourishing as a meal consisting entirely of white rice. It may pass the time, but why bother? If its all you eat indefinitely, you(r brain) will die. I was trying to think of a worse movie I've seen to justify not rating this 1 star. I really can't come up with anything. I'd rather watch an ice-pick lobotomy. At least that has educational value.