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Made of Honor (30-Apr-2008)

Director: Paul Weiland

Writers: Harry Elfont; Deborah Kaplan; Adam Sztykiel

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Wedding

A man in love with an engaged woman is asked to be the maid of honor at her wedding.

ABSTRACT
Tom is a handsome man with a long, storied history of flings and short relationships; Hannah is his close friend and a more traditional person, searching for the right man to marry. Tom's plans to pursue Hannah in an attempt to settle down into a long-term relationship are interrupted when Hannah evidently finds her Mr. Right and gets engaged to be married. Hannah asks Tom to be her "maid" of honor, unintentionally setting into motion a scheme that sees him plotting to stop the wedding to reveal his love for her.

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Whitney Cummings
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