Marry Me

 (739)6.72 h 49 min201113+
Rae Ann Carter (Lucy Liu, Charlie's only one thing missing from her life - the perfect man to sweep her off her feet and marry her. When that perfect man becomes three men - all wanting her hand in marriage - she has a tough decision to make in this delightfully romantic comedy!
James Hayman
Lucy LiuSteven PasqualeBobby Cannavale
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Enrique MurcianoDanielle NicoletVanessa MaranoDavid AndrewsElizabeth BogushBurgess JenkinsAnnie Potts
Robert Wilson
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LightHearted1Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
What's the real dream?
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It was fun, two movies to tell the story. It's a fun romantic comedy, all the leads and supporting cast were great, well cast, and convincing. It's Lucy Liu's movie, and she carries it well. It's an interesting thing to realize how girls are raised with fairy tale romance, and especially when there's something difficult like adoption, fostering, social issues with children, and as Grimm as fairy tales can be, like life, there's still that longing. One of the characters says something like, "If there weren't people who live the dream, what would people long for, work for?" There were some real moments tucked in with the more rom com movement toward the realization of what the real dream is.
AngelcakesReviewed in the United States on December 26, 2012
5.0 out of 5 stars
If you're a sap for chick flicks, you'll love this!
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I watched this when it premiered, and I think I must have watched it several times before deleting it from my DVR. I didn't even think about it being released on DVD, so when I stumbled upon it here on Amazon, I jumped on it and bought two copies! One was for me and the other copy I gave to one of my older sisters for Christmas. She's 34 and loves a good fun, romantic, fairytale chick flick as much as I do, and I am such a sap for anything even remotely romantic.

Lucy Liu is a great leading lady. She plays Rae - a smart, funny, quirky, beautiful and hopeless romantic. I think that is one of the main reasons I like this movie so much, because I'm a hopeless romantic as well, and I can totally relate to Rae. I want everything she wants, and I don't think it's fair for people to tell you that you can't or won't have the fairytale romance of your dreams. Not only is she a dreamer, though, she is a do-gooder, and she plays the role of a charming social worker with ease. It's hard not to like a caring, giving person.

The chemistry between the lead characters is undeniable, they seem to fit so naturally together. I kind of thought there might be something going on off screen, that's how good they are at making me believe they are really in love. The character of Imogene is very likable, and she keeps the movie grounded in reality. I liked her jokes and her meddling. Her story is the source for some tears as well, though. Lifetime movies gotta make you cry, right?

This movie is filled with good jokes, good romance, adventure, little bit of mystery, those what-will-happen-next moments, attractive characters, tearful moments, a cute little dog and much more. It's great! Highly recommended.
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heatherReviewed in the United States on February 4, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Surprisingly good!
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This was totally a great chick flick. Funny, not too cheesy, totally satisfies that desire for a fun movie with plot twists and a happy ending! I love the fact that it's 3 hours long so it's not a quick romantic movie that doesn't fully satisfy, lol. :) I highly recomend it!
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Mike EllisReviewed in the United States on April 4, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
Cute movie, Lucy Liu fan
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Good movie, but long, two parter. Hallmark channel movie. Good cast, interesting group. Lucy is great as always.

Basically a two hour movie stretched into 4 hours.
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A. BeckerReviewed in the United States on July 11, 2020
2.0 out of 5 stars
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She sure spends lots of time kissing and having sex in hopes that she can figure out what she really wants. It takes her a very long time...she doesn't figure it out with kissing or sex, but thinking and shock!!! There were a number of good parts, but had to fast -forward just to finish it instead of falling asleep.
Happy HolidaysReviewed in the United States on April 23, 2014
5.0 out of 5 stars
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Lucy Liu's character has to pick from three men that are after her heart and hand. This is a great movie. It has all the elements that defines a romantic chick flick, but still not too girly that your guy can't watch with you. It is a long movie but not too long. The length is needed to fully bring out the story. There are side plots in the story that have to do with Lucy Liu's family members and her job, but they enhance the movie and don't take away from the main romance. This story grabs you with its reality of life and takes us along until all the situations for all the characters are worked out, including Lucy Liu's character choosing the man to marry. There is beautiful scenery in the movie and even a castle. What more could a chick flick have to peak our interest?
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karokequeenReviewed in the United States on October 29, 2017
4.0 out of 5 stars
As the title goes marry me lol
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Who would not want three guys wanting to want to marry you you know the fairytale not the yard sale senrario. All three so different one earthy, one rich one perfect but too true to believe that she doubts herself. But tis most important is to go after her if you don't get the girl you don't deserve her. The old reacue senrario.
Joan's opinionReviewed in the United States on November 21, 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
If you're in the mood...
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for mindless entertainment, this is actually not a bad way to pass some time. I found it amusing.
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