Divorce Invitation (2013)

Divorce Invitation (2013)





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Mike (Jonathan Bennett) is happily married to Dylan (Jamie-Lynn Sigler), or so it seems when he runs into his high school sweetheart Alex (Nadia Bjorlin)... the girl that got away. Their chance meeting rekindles the old feelings he had all those years ago and now Mike's convinced that Alex is his soul mate. There is only one problem: when he married Dylan, Mike signed an iron-clad pre-nup which states that in order to get out of his marriage, he must throw a Divorce Party and invite all of the guests who came to their wedding. How far will Mike go in his quest for true love?(c) Level 33 Entertainment
Comedy , Romance
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Richard Kind
as George Mason
Nadia Bjorlin
as Alex Roverson
Elliott Gould
as Paul Lipnicks
Andrea Bowen
as Melanie
Ian Alda
as Jeremy
Paul Sorvino
as Daniel Miller
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Critic Reviews for Divorce Invitation

All Critics (1)

A sitcom elongated to excruciating feature length...a misfire on almost all counts.

Full Review… | August 1, 2013
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Audience Reviews for Divorce Invitation


This was a pretty good story with a fun cast of characters. The ending was a bit strange, but probably more realistic than most rom-coms.

Heather Metzger
Heather Metzger

needs a negative stars option for rating!! WORST MOVIE EVER!!! horrible plot, disjointed, can't believe Jamie Lynn Seigler was in this career ender! Don't even waste your time like I won't waste mine explaining my negative review. I shouldn't have wasted the time finishing the movie.

Kat white
Kat white

A surprisingly decent film that accurately depicts the ease with which people abandon eir declarations of " love" and "forever" once they've seemingly found the proverbial greener grass. While not well done enough to seriously address the propensity of the populace to easily search for new relationships before ending existing ones or the backlashes that accompany such actions, the attempt at depicting the shallowness so prevalent in relationships today coud have made for a much more realistic film/story if it had just abandoned the unrealistic outcomes that were easier to depict. It really is too bad as this film could have been a statement about the state of love, and more importantly the attitudes of the masses today, instead of the unrealistic, cheesy, and mixed bag of bs that made it onto our screens. It's stuck in limbo as its not particularly funny nor dramatic enough to be enjoyed given the subject matter. Really is too bad...

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