Family Plan (2005)

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The made-for-cable The Family Plan will probably seem a breath of fresh air to anyone who hasn't seen such movies as Picture Perfect and Good Neighbor Sam, or who can't remember the mid-1960s TV sitcom Occasional Wife. A longtime employee at Sugar Dot Bakeries, Ms. Charlie McKenzie (Tori Spelling) faces dismissal when the company is taken over by a conglomerate. It seems that new CEO Walcott (Greg Germann) is a staunch advocate of Family Values, and prefers to employ people who are married and with children. Since Charlie cannot meet either one of these requirements, she hastily concocts a job-saving hoax, "borrowing" her best friend's daughter (Kali Rocha) to pose as her own child, then hiring unemployed actor Buck Maddox (Jordan Bridges) to impersonate Charlie's nonexistent dental-hygienist husband. The you-know-what threatens to hit the fan when Germann moves next door to Charlie and her "family". The Family Plan originally aired over the Hallmark channel on February 17, 2005.
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PG
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Comedy
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Cast

Tori Spelling
as Charlie MacKenzie
Greg Germann
as Mr. Walcott
Kate Vernon
as Mrs. Walcott
Kali Rocha
as Stacey
Ryan Tasz
as Peter
Chloë Grace Moretz
as Young Charlie
Jon Polito
as Gold
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3.5/10. Dreadfully mundane romantic comedy, obviously made for television. Very forced, not at all natural. The performances are poor, but Greg Germann isn't too bad. The score is particularly bad. Stupid and a waste.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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