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Cake 2005 R CC

A very independent, die-hard party girl gets stuck as the editor of a bridal magazine while being pursued by two eligible bachelors.

Starring:
Heather Graham, David Sutcliffe
Runtime:
1 hour, 35 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Romance, Comedy
Director Nisha Ganatra
Starring Heather Graham, David Sutcliffe
Supporting actors Taye Diggs, Sandra Oh, Keram Malicki-Sánchez, Cheryl Hines, Bruce Gray, Sarah Chalke, Sabrina Grdevich, Michael McMurtry, Amy Price-Francis, Reagan Pasternak, Jefferson Brown, Suzanne Cyr, Frank Chiesurin, Dominic Cuzzocrea, Billy Khoury, Carlo Rota, Kasia Vassos, Martin Roach
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Phillippa "Pippa" McGee (Heather Graham) returns home to attend yet another wedding, and begins to wonder if all of her once boldly independent girlfriends will succumb to the comforts of coupledom. She's satisfied to know that her best friend Lulu (played deliciously by Sandra Oh) is still a cohort in their Sex-in-the-City type antics. Then Pippa's father has a heart attack, and Pippa helps by taking over as editor for one of his magazines: Wedding Bells.

Pippa brings her personality to the job, and asks her confused new employees to push the status quo. Cheryl Hines and Bruce Gray play two of these characters -- and they are soooo funny. Also tied to this temporary new job is Ian Gray (played by David Sutcliffe), her father's uptight (and charming and handsome) VP. Ian doesn't want Pippa to destroy her ailing father's magazine, so he tries to rein in some of her crazier ideas. Of course the two butt heads.

And the two share an amazing chemistry.

I smile all the way through this movie, every time. If you like light-hearted romantic comedy, this DVD is well worth the cost.
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This is one of my favorite movies! Heather Graham is fantastic as Pippa, a free spirited travel writer who has a hard time committing to anything- especially men.

When she takes over her father's magazine, she meets Ian, played by the very talented and sexy David Sutcliffe. The two have great on-screen chemistry, and it's clear they will end up together in the end, but the unpredictable way in which they do is perfect.

But unlike many other romantic comedies, the movie has more going on than just the connection between the two main characters. The movie deals with Pippa's struggle to create a successful magazine, her feelings about remaining single while her friends around her are tying the knot, and the unresolved issues with her dad.

This is a great movie for anyone who enjoys a light, sweet, entertaining romantic comedy!
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Director Nisha Ganatra and writer Tassie Cameron seem to have most of their experience in TV movies so this little slice of the industry is a change for them. Would that it were wholly successful because it seems as though both had a fine idea for something to say but just didn't know how to make it work. And again, blame the PR folks for making a cover for the DVD that not only seems silly, it has little to do with the story inside.

Pippa McGee (Heather Graham) is a travel writer, a hedonist, and an independent woman who avoids relationships like the plague. The film starts with a goofus dash for a wedding in which she is once again a bridesmaid on the run. After the ceremony she jokes with her best friend Lulu (Sandra Oh) who is equally against long term relationships beyond a quick shag, and she also meets one Ian (David Sutcliffe - Under the Tuscan Sun, Testosterone, Happy Endings etc), a handsome if shy young man who though attracted to Pippa, sees her as dangerous territory.

Pippa soon discovers that her father Malcolm McGee (Bruce Gray), a wealthy successful owner of a magazine conglomerate, is ill, has a heart attack, and though the father and daughter have had a negligible relationship, Pippa offers her help. Of course, her assignment is to be editor of 'Wedding Bells' magazine her departed mother started, and Pippa takes on the epitome of everything she loathes about relationships and marriage and tries to make a go of it. She discovers that Ian is her father's vice president and thus in charge of her new and loathed assignment. Pippa partners with the handsome magazine photographer Hemingway Jones (Taye Diggs), has a fling, and becomes close friends and partners in an attempt to change the look of the wedding magazine.
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Why didn't this movie open at a theater near me? It's so much better than the other romantic comedies out there. Heather Graham looks beautiful (as usual) and actually acts (shocking, I know), which is a true testament to the great skill of director Nisha Ganatra. The supporting cast is FLAWLESS and even though the script is just sort of okay, the movie is WONDERFUL! A great date movie, girls' night in movie, or anytime movie! Buy it, rent it, do what you've got to do, but make sure you see it!
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If you are a fan of Heather Graham fan it is on of her typical movies cute and funny but not very original. If you are a fan like me you will love it.
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Funny, light-hearted romantic comedy...perfect viewing when you just want to be entertained. Sandra Oh was 'Oh' so good as Lulu.
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I am a Sandra Oh fan so I bought this movie because of her and Taye Diggs.

It was fun to watch and I enjoyed it.
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By SobG on March 11, 2014
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Just plain awful even when it tries.There is just no form or structure to give the film any way to survive.
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