The Wedding Planner
Comedy • PG-13 • 2001 • 1 hr 43 min
Your typical romantic comedy. It's pretty formulaic, but hey, it works. It's a fun one and you'll get a good laugh. I recommend.
very cute and a nice light watch with friends
I like that movie was really good I love Jennifer Lopez
This was good not my favorite romcom but it is cute
Rom com staple right here. Give it a watch please
I have a huge nostalgia factor with this movie which is why I love it. But its classic early 2000s Rom com with okay acting.
Matthew and Jennifer had such great chemistry in this film. Enjoyable and endearing
Another rom com, with a predictable ending.
The story wasn't that good but it's very light-hearted and I enjoyed it also Jlo is literally the best I love her.
A cute little rom com, nothing super special about it. Actually kind of messed up to fall for the guy I. The wedding your planning haha
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