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Wedding Every Weekend


Comedy / Romance



During wedding season, strangers Brooke Etheridge, a physical therapist, and Nate Thomas, physical therapist and high-end classic-car restorer, are each attending four weddings on four consecutive weeks; each solely knows either the bride or the groom (or the bride or the bride, in one case). Neither has a plus-one either; Brooke has just broken up with Colin, which makes work life awkward because they're still business partners, and Nate is still recovering from his last long-term relationship, which ended just short of the altar. In an environment where there is pressure for singles to find romance at such events, both Brooke and Nate wish to avoid these romantic possibilities, and Brooke has also decided to stop dating for the summer to focus on herself. But in the fourth wedding, both are in the wedding party for their good friends Ginny and Greg--who both believe that Brooke and Nate would be a good match. Brooke and Nate recognize each other from a few somewhat-awkward previous encounters, and by the second wedding they have agreed to be wedding buddies to keep each other from those potential romantic-wannabe situations initiated by fellow wedding guests. As they see each other at subsequent weddings and start to spend other (non-wedding) time together, they start to fall for each other, but neither realizes how the other feels. —Huggo

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Jackbv123 6 /10

Campbell and Susted

Paul Campbell is always a good leading man. He brings a likeable irreverence to a story. Kimberley Sustad has been the metaphorical bridesmaid in so many Hallmark movies, but recently she's had her shot at the lead a few times and she deserves it. Their combined approach to the traditional early antagonism between leads is less fireworks than often is the case, which is nice. After that they were great together.

The story lacks any great highs or lows. The obstacles are relatively minor. The conflict is one of the more common tropes with the partially overheard misunderstanding.

I found the movie pleasant, but not sparkling. From start to finish something just didn't flow right for me and I can't put my finger on it.

There are several reviewers who point out the obvious efforts to be PC with diversity. As far as I'm concerned, that's fine and has no bearing on my rating or review. The efforts are no more forced than on many shows today, and probably less so than some. It reflects the world we live in. I like that Hallmark provides good clean entertainment and I hope that continues and this story is not really an exception.

Reviewed by rebekahrox 9 /10

Way to go, Hallmark!

I agree with all of the positive reviews regarding this movie. Kimberly Sustad is a very likable and talented actress and does comedy very well. I liked the plot and the slow building realistic growth of her feelings for Paul Campbell and his for her. It's been a long time since I have looked forward to the inevitable happy ending with such anticipation in a Hallmance. Too often it's just a big yawn. They did avoid most of the Hallmark tent poles in the plot although the "big misunderstanding" was front and center.

Yes, the diversity was laid on with a trowel. Jewish, Black, multi-ethnic and gay weddings. But sometimes politically correct thing is also the right and good thing. In fact the only "normal" (Ha Ha) couple was the lead couple, now that I think about it. Hopefully the religious right can take some comfort in that. As for me, I hope Hallmark doesn't think they've done their duty for the time being as far as diversity is concerned and non-WASP non-straight people go back to being relegated to tokens. I choose to give them the benefit of the doubt.

Reviewed by aab874 10 /10

Brooke (Kimberley Sustad) and Ginny (Brandi Alexander)

Favorite scene with

Brooke (Kimberley Sustad) - Saying Goodbye to Nate after overhearing his misinterpreted conversation with Greg.

Ginny (Brandi Alexander) - Very upset with Greg that he didn't do any of the Wedding work, and joked about it during his speech, and didn't take anything seriously.

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