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Eva Longoria Parker (TV's Desperate Housewives) stars in this devilishly funny romantic comedy about holding onto the ones you love...even after you're gone. When Kate (Longoria Parker) is killed by an ice sculpture on her wedding day, her fiancé Henry (Paul Rudd, Knocked Up) gives up on romance until he falls for the beautiful psychic (Lake Bell, TV's Boston Legal) who's supposed to be helping him move on. But Kate's not having it, and she's going to do whatever it takes to send their budding relationship six-feet-under.]]>
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I am thinking maybe she was on hiatus from the "Desperate Housewives" TV show and used the threat of making a movie as a salary bargaining chip w/ the TV show producers. Unfortunately I've seen some of Ms Longoria's other film attempts and they are equally awful.
What's that saying? "Bad career choices bad marriage choices", ouch, cheap shot but true.
The rest of the plot should be pretty obvious, and, indeed, there is nothing surprising here. But if the plot is a strictly by-the-numbers affair, the performances are not so much, especially Longoria's, which suggests strongly that she had a great deal of fun with the role. That fun translates onto the screen, and the result is an amusing movie. This might not be great filmmaking, but it is an enjoyable way to pass 90 minutes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Kate gets iced at her wedding. This does not stop her from coming back as a ghost to squelch any new romantic interests in her almost husband. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Bernie
When is Eva Longoria NOT drop-dead gorgeous beautiful?!
Fun, silly romance story.
Surprisingly enjoyable despite being 100% formulaic cliché throughout.
This surprise - coupled with the fact that its not overbearingly long - was adequate enough... Read more