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A successful wedding planner is trying to make dreams come true for brides by organizing fairy tale weddings. But when she is paired with a financial advisor at a wedding expo, she soon realizes that he is giving the exact opposite advice to their audience by telling them to save their money. When they are forced to spend a lot of time together, they find out that they have more in common than they think.

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Quality: HD []

Release: Jun 04, 2016

IMDb: 6.5

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Ms. Matched full movie review - Really, really, really good!

While cynics will say Alexa PenaVega will do anything to make people forget her Spy Kids days, she has nothing to be ashamed of playing vivacious wedding planner Libby Boland in Ms.

Matched. It's easy to see the whole cast had a great time making this movie, and it's a lot of fun for the viewer as well. The characters are likable, the dialogue is witty, the details are (mostly) paid attention to, and the plot is not so far-fetched that one is left rolling their eyes.

Interestingly, the writers of Ms. Matched go out of their way to address "serious" wedding issues. The viewer is continuously asked to grapple with the pros and cons of Libby's "spare-no-expense-storybook-dreams-come true" wedding style vs. Ben's "don't-end-up-in-debt-when-starting-your-marriage" values. This story's "secondary" couple, Alex and Annie, end up eloping when the groom gets cold feet about being in the wedding "spotlight". The only thing I would have changed was Ben's motivation for writing his book. We're told he survived a bad marriage that began with a huge financial debt, and this introduces some sadness into an otherwise upbeat movie. Yes, I know "it happens", yet I would have preferred him not to be a victim but rather a "concerned bystander" who wants to prevent people from making a serious financial mistake.

The "surprise" ending is really cute, but one wonders when did they have time to visit their local recorder/registrar/county clerk office to obtain a license. And where did the bridesmaids, groom's men, and their wedding guests come from? Oh, that's right, it's just a movie, and Hallmark can be forgiven for skipping over the mundane details. Also, how long does the Bridal Expo where most of this movie takes place last? Taking into account all the wardrobe changes and necessary plot details, it seems like they are there for weeks! But this is all just silly nit-picking - I really enjoyed this movie and want to say "thank you" to everyone involved! I would even put this among my favorite Hallmark Channel movies ever! P.S.: Best line: Michelle's "Girl, you've got it bad!" P.P.S.: The song that opens and closes the movie is Five for Fighting's "This Dance".

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