Wedding planning is fodder for more than one romantic-comedy. This PixL title got a re-air on UPtv a while back, and so I decided to watch its version of silly hijinks.
The Wedding Do-Over (2018) PixL TV Film Review
A consummate professional, Abby Anderson (Nicole Gale Anderson) wants each of her bride’s to have the best possible day. This is why, as a wedding planner, she does everything she can to ensure their day is perfect. Her latest client is looking for a re-do of her wedding after multiple disasters plagued her day. Abby makes some early plans, but then, needing to return home for her sister’s wedding, she leaves the work to her capable assistant Taylor (Alisha Wainwright).
Back home, Abby sets out to help her sister (Karissa Lee Staples) plan her ceremony, only trouble is, she has to work with Peter (Parker Young), her ex and her brother-in-law’s brother.
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Watched this one a while back, and honestly, forgot about it. But as I looked for some new content to add to the site, one thing I’m reminded of is that this one is cute. I don’t love everything about it, including the almost outlandish wedding disaster sequence, but it’s fun. There’s lots of cute and comforting romantic comedy moments (almost like a kind of revisiting of high school; throwing pebbles) and I really like the leading man, whom I don’t think I’ve seen before. The entire cast is cute together, and I also like the subplot about the wedding couple. There’s some realism in their relationship, and of course I’m a softie for a military character.
One of the funny things to see is Jen Lilley in a supporting role over the main leading heroine. There’s lots of weddings if that’s your thing and different looks and colors to go with each one. Lots of shenanigans and as with anything like this, strong family ties form to make The Wedding Do-Over work. It’s a sweet romance that is sure to charm anyone who likes stories about coming home.
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Content: This is another of the clean romantic-comedy movies with a TV-G rating.