Dorothy M. from FEDERAL WAY, WA Reviewed on 2/11/2014...
The men In this movie are not as stereotypical and as one dimensional as they are in most chick flicks, which is a plus. The acting is above average and the story has an interesting twist. If you liked Pretty Woman, you will like this one.
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Wonderful, through and through!!!
chriscaglegirl83 | Texas | 07/15/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is an incredible story about a woman who learns to follow her heart. The story starts out with Amy Meyer, (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) at age seven with her dying mother making a timeline for Amy's life. Amy takes the timeline and follows through with everything on it, right down to her mother's prediction that she will have six boyfriends and that number seven will be "the one." The trouble is, Amy finds who she thinks is Mr. Right is Daniel (Brad Rowe) who is only number six! So Amy must find a substitute boyfriend to stand in as number six so Daniel will be her seventh boyfriend. Talk about confusing!!! Amy gets Peter, (Patrick Dempsey) her "bagel man", to play the part of boyfriend number six, only to find herself falling for Peter. Now, with her heart being pulled in both directions, she must make a decision that will change the course of her life forever. Peter tries to convince Amy to let go of the timeline and just do what her heart truly desires. Daniel just wants her to focus on her career as a lawyer. The movie leaves to wandering until the very end, which one she will choose. This movie is also the ultimate Romantic Comedy! I loved it and would highly recommend it to anyone who loves to see, love-always-wins-out-in-the-end, and having-the-girl-wind-up-with-the-perfect-guy! I hope you enjoy this movie as much as I did!"
An adorable romantic film!
Movie Nut | New York USA | 04/30/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I happened upon this film on TV one night, and only caught the last hour but it got my attention- When I saw that is was available on DVD I had to order it because if the first half was a good as the second half that I had seen, then this was a keeper! Well, sure enough the entire movie is delightful! The characters are true to life and any movie with Patrick Dempsey is worth my time- If you enjoy those old romantic comedies of the 40's, this has some of those qualities- I have now watched this movie about 10 times, and never tire of it. When I need a lift, this movie always does the job! A really sweet film...give it a try, you might like it..."
A delightful and romantic love story
Sidpayton | Woodbridge, Virginia United States | 12/09/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is an original ABC Family Movie which first aired on network TV in July 2003 and, thanks to an enormous following and fan request, this wonderful movie will soon be available for purchase on DVD. Amy (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) was seven years old when her mother died. Before her Mom died, she left Amy a timeline to remember her by and to help her cope with her passing. The timeline included pivotal times of a young girl growing up, college, career, etc., leading up to finding her soulmate. Her Mom told her that lucky number 7 would be her true love. Enter number 6, Daniel, played by Brad Rowe, a meticulous, organized, career oriented handsome young man with whom Amy falls in love. Daniel seems to be the perfect match--Amy is also meticulous, organized, and career oriented and hopes to make partner in her law firm. However, Daniel is number 6. Before Amy gets in too deep, she concocts a plan to make Daniel number 7 by inserting another guy, Peter, played by the luscious Patrick Dempsey, into the number 6 slot. Peter is a sweet, very cute and good natured guy who manages a bagel store (but there is much more to Peter than meets the eye). He asks Amy to go to a friend's wedding for the weekend and she agrees to do so, with the intention of making him number 6, so that when she gets back home, she will pick up with Daniel where they left off. Peter asks her to pretend that she is his girlfriend because his ex-fiancee will be at the wedding and he does not want his friends to think he is still suffering. Neither one of them anticipate the feelings that they will have for each other. The next 45 minutes of the movie are my favorite due to the onscreen chemistry between Kimberly and Patrick. I must say that Patrick Dempsey has grown from a young skinny kid into a most handsome and charismatic man at age 37. I am truly smitten, and would love to see more of him on the big screen. Although the premise of the movie is farfetched, the story works because of the excellent performances of the cast and the chemistry between Kimberly and Patrick. Another plus is an incredible soundtrack. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys romance, great acting and good music. You will not be disappointed."
Re: Soundtrack info
Jessica | New Bern, NC | 04/08/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I believe the song sung at the wedding is by eastmountainsouth - "So Are You To Me"....spelled like that. The ferry ride song is by Chantal Kreviazuk...."Time" Those two were the ones played the most.....throughout the film...saw the movie the first time it was shown...catch it every time since and took three months to find the music and artists....hope this helps.....Wish ABC family would put all of their movies like this one on DVD to sell. Thrilled this one finally made it!!PSIn reference to ABC's Movie "This Time Around"....Song played while they are at the flower market is by Fisher- "Don't Wanna Love You.""