By Julie D. Griffin
So what if she had to pay someone to go to the wedding with her. The man who fled and left her suddenly all alone, and the sister whose wedding he will soon stand beside a groom for presented several impasse concerns to our wedding guest heretofore known as a sister of the bride. Where did you find him does her father ever inquire. Joking and with no pun whatsoever aside, she advises him through the yellow pages. Most people nowadays though do not always want to believe the truth, and anyway her sister who with the love of her life now pegged as a public relational girl-next-door, dumped without cause, her hired wedding date who the dumpee now pegs as a therapist and her best friend hangs her hat on that, amidst the plunk of red pimento surrounded by green meat plunked down the throats of the rejected and others like them who have not yet realized the same at the nice dinner just before the wedding day.
Claire Kilner directs the romantic comedy about a woman who does not want her parents to know that her life has continued to be her and the things she does with her life without a man. Luckily, the date who brings her to the overseas wedding of her sister said that he has a certain respect for women due to the fact that his mother a stripper washed her clothes in the bathtub with him in it. Perhaps this led to his decision to take on a career of therapy. But more than that, that the man who dumped her sounds tormented according to her hired date, she must also confess that, this has not really turned out the way that she thought that it would. However, admittedly the hired date seems more mature than the ex, and of all things it looks as if the date hired to make the ex jealous starts to fall in love with the girl who becomes herself by trying to make the ex love her. If that makes sense, then you too understood every thing that ever went on at your high school, and were perhaps as a result happier on graduation day than a bride on her wedding day.
Two English men talk about the therapist who the one tells the other has shags with his girlfriend, Kat. Unbeknownst to everybody, Kat not doing no such thing just wants everyone to think that for one reason and one only original reason. Debra Messing who plays Kat Ellis a girl who begins to fall in love with her hired therapist comes to the place where it is him who she wants to kiss her and not the ex anymore, ever again. Not surprisingly, who ends up together at the end of the 2005 film, the plot original unfolded among the pages of a love story novel by the name of Asking For Trouble, by Elizabeth Young.