Confessions of an American Bride

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"He was the perfect guy. Until she met another perfect guy."
  • TV-PG
  • 2005
  • 1 min
  • 4.9  (1,165)

Confessions of an American Bride is a romantic comedy released in 2005, directed by Douglas Barr and starring Shannon Elizabeth, Eddie McClintock, Alan Van Sprang, and Brook Kerr. The film is about a young couple from different backgrounds, who decide to get married despite their families' objections. The movie follows the story of Sam (Shannon Elizabeth), a young wedding planner in Los Angeles who is trying to organize her own wedding with her fiancé, Jim (Eddie McClintock), a firefighter from a small town in New Mexico. Sam is a free-spirited woman who wants her wedding to be perfect, while Jim is more laid-back and not as interested in the details of the wedding planning. Together, they are a cute couple who are very much in love, but they soon find out that planning a wedding can be stressful and overwhelming.

The couple's parents are also an important part of the movie, as they are not exactly thrilled about their children's upcoming wedding. Sam's mother is played by Brooke Adams, who is an overbearing and controlling woman who wants to be involved in every aspect of the wedding. Jim's father is Alan Van Sprang, a traditional man who thinks that his son is making a mistake by marrying a city girl.

As the wedding planning progresses, Sam and Jim face many challenges, such as dealing with difficult family members, disagreements over the wedding details, and unexpected expenses. The couple also has to deal with other brides who are trying to sabotage their wedding, which adds an extra layer of drama to the movie.

Apart from the wedding planning, the movie also explores the personal lives of the main characters. Sam is struggling with the idea of leaving her successful career behind to move to a small town, while Jim is unsure if he is ready to settle down and start a family. Both of them are scared of the commitment that comes with marriage, but they are determined to make it work.

Throughout the movie, Sam and Jim learn more about themselves and each other, and they come to realize that the most important thing about their wedding is not the perfect decorations or the most expensive dress, but their love for each other.

Confessions of an American Bride is a funny and heartwarming movie that explores the ups and downs of planning a wedding. The movie will make the viewers laugh, cry, and reflect on their own relationships. The chemistry between Shannon Elizabeth and Eddie McClintock is excellent, and the supporting cast is also great. The movie has a happy ending that will leave the viewers satisfied and uplifted.

In conclusion, Confessions of an American Bride is a great romantic comedy that is perfect for anyone who is about to get married or anyone who loves a good love story. The movie is well-written, well-acted, and has a great soundtrack. It is a must-watch for anyone who wants to see a heartwarming story about love, family, and the challenges of planning a wedding.

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    4.9  (1,165)