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Basically a reboot of 'Yours, Mine and Ours', this movie offers nothing original in its storyline nor any new perspective. The acting is nothing to write home about and it is about as corny and cheesy as they come. I think its worth mentioning that Rob Estes' performance was pretty great, and this is a good movie to watch with the kids, but again, it offers nothing new and exciting and could easily be replaced by a hundred better films for the family.
Its even more clice than normal romantic movies with no kids. Very similiar to other movies, people getting married in Vegas... C'mon, i am sick of this;<br>
Marry without planing, isnt really a good a idea, dont work. Stop making movies about Vegas marriage. u.u