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One Small Hitch

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Molly is flying home to Chicago for her mom's wedding. Suddenly, she meets again a childhood friend- Josh and agrees a plan with him to fulfill his father's hope before the mortality of his father. A phony wedding happens with surprise events and results.
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Cinemalogue.com
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February 06, 2015

The approach is broad and the story is predictable as the contrivances far outnumber the laughs.
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Film Journal International
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February 06, 2015

This mildly if not wildly amusing rom-com brings up one big question: If you pretend to be someone, will that identity wrap around you and claim you?
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Los Angeles Times
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February 05, 2015

Frantic and flagrantly formulaic, this forced farce about a sham engagement sacrifices plot credibility and character motivation for stale humor and cheap setups.
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Paste Magazine
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February 05, 2015

One Small Hitch should have settled on being a cute but insipid romantic comedy. By emphasizing a lead character who does nothing more than play into a wedding fantasy in hopes that a frog will turn into her prince is ultimately more tragic than comic.
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Common Sense Media
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May 19, 2015

Funny romcom has lots of sex, profanity, some drinking.
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