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  • Sadie loves Ben and she always wanted to get married in her family church

    • by kcr_8511

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      License to Wed is a not so good romantic comedy movie. The movie has Robbie Williams, Mandy Moore, and John Krasinski playing the pivotal roles.

      The movie has a very artificial plot and it is not convincing at any point.

      Though the main point of the plot is silly and unconvincing, the movie would have been good if it

      was said in a convincing way or believable way but the director failed in this matter.

      Sadie loves Ben and she always wanted to get married in her family church.

      She takes Ben to the church to look for the available date to get married.

      There we see Reverend Frank with a silly little boy(who behaves very much older ...

      • for his age and he proved very big for his shoes).

        Upon inquiry they come to know that there is a date available in three weeks and if that is not booked, they have to wait for two years.

        So, Sadie tells Reverend Frank to book the date.

        But Frank has his own conditions to let the couple get


        He tells them that he would give them a course and if they pass it and prove fit for the marriage, he would allow them to get married.

        Though Ben is apprehensive, Sadie accepts that instantly.

        From then onward, Reverend Frank puts the couple in all sorts of tests and troubles.

        Can they prove that they are ready to get married?

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