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Made of Honor

Made of Honor 2008 (PG-13)

Single man-about-town Tom (Dempsey) can always depend on his platonic best friend Hannah (Monaghan). Then she goes to Scotland on an extended business trip and Tom finally realizes that she's “the one” when he misses her so much he can barely function. Too bad Hannah comes home engaged to Colin (McKidd) and wants Tom to be her maid of honor. Tom agrees, but just so he can go to Scotland and stop the wedding. Why does this sound like a distaff version of “My Best Friend's Wedding” with some “Four Weddings and a Funeral” tossed in? Not yet reviewed. 101m/C Patrick Dempsey, Michelle Monaghan, Kevin McKidd, Kathleen Quinlan, Sydney Pollack, Kadeem Hardison, Chris Messina, Busy Philipps, Kelly Carlson, James B. Sikking, Richmond Arquette, Beau Garrett, Whitney Cummings, Emily Nelson; D: Paul Weiland; W: Deborah Kaplan, Adam Sztykiel, Harry Elfont; C: Tony Pierce-Roberts; M: Rupert Gregson-Williams.

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