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  • He also makes a realization that takes him a while to act on, but once he does, the happy resolution begins to unfold

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      Tom Selleck, Ted Danson, and Steve Guttenberg return in a sequel to the highly successful Three Men and a Baby in this movie called Three Men and a Little Lady. The angst comes when baby’s mom decides to get married and move to Europe with her new husband. The three men can’t stand

      the idea of not being around the little girl.

      Nancy Travis returns as the mother and one time liaison of Ted Danson’s somewhat promiscuous character. She’s very good here as she finds herself torn over what to do about the developing situation.

      Selleck has the best role here. His Peter Mitchell character is really the ...


      • most down to earth of the three bachelors and was in the first movie as well. He’s successful, rational, and kind hearted. He also makes a realization that takes him a while to act on, but once he does, the happy resolution begins to unfold.

        Like most sequels, Three Men and a Little Lady

        isn’t as good as the original, but it’s entertaining enough. The three men are put into a realistic situation, so while the sequel isn’t as good, it holds its own. This is a story the takes all of the principles to the next level, and it’s believable. There’s some fun along the way, too.




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