College sweethearts Olivia and Mick unexpectedly reunite after 25 years, becoming partners in running a wedding resort. As they work side by side they learn their business relationship may not be working but romance may be in their future.
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Sarah Jane Morris,
Andrew W. Walker,
Mick Turner and Olivia Parsons were college sweethearts until he left the relationship to go on tour with his band. Now, years later, Mick needs a silent partner to help him revive his failing Willow Lake Inn and, unbeknownst to him, Olivia is moving to New England for that purpose. But when Mick learns that Olivia is coming, he misinterprets her intentions. He thinks she wants to rekindle their romance, and she''s planning on not-so-silently revamping his simple Inn into a premiere wedding resort. Will a bridezilla and her reluctant beau, who book the Willow Lake Inn for their perfect wedding, drive Mick and Olivia apart or finally bring them to the altar?Written by
FINALLY THEY DECIDED TO TAKE JOSIE BISSET WIG OFF!!!
That's the best part of the movie.
I´ve found this one much more entertaining than the other one.
Grown ups behaving like teenagers is weird; in spite of that, the movie is funny and enjoyable.
The place is beautiful, those mountains!!!
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