Matchmaker Mary (2008)

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A six year old matchmaker who uses puppies to form love connections between lonely adults faces her biggest challenge to date when her parents begin drifting apart. After getting an "A" on her sixth grade final exam, proud student Mary (Katherine McNamara) holds her parents to the promise of getting her a puppy for all of her hard work. Overjoyed by her new four-legged companion, Mary sees that the adults in her life could use a dose of the same happiness she feels. But Mary can't do it all by herself, and in order to ensure success she enlists the aid of her loving Aunt Karen (Dee Wallace) and their friend Cameron Banks (Jeff Fahey). Before long, Mary, Karen, and Cameron are bona fide matchmakers, and Karen and Cameron have formed a love connection of their own. But all is not well in Mary's household; her parents are constantly at odds, and the family is falling apart. Determined to keep her family together with the help of three adorable puppies, young Mary hatches her most ambitious romantic scheme to date.
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Kids & Family
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Cast

Jeff Fahey
as Cameron Banks
Kevin Brief
as Bill Carver
Katherine McNamara
as Mary Carver
Jilanne Klaus
as Cynthia Parker
Jon Daugharthy
as Eric Andrews
Cynthia Hyer
as Ellen Carver
Jacob Hays
as Jason
Delno Ebie
as Mr. Velasquez
Dee Wallace
as Aunt Karen
Dean Vivien
as Stephen
Allison Ciafullo
as Ms. Casey
Susan Garrett
as Mrs. Velasquez
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Bland yet wholesome film about helping others find love.

Full Review… | May 23, 2012
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