I Do, I Do, I Do (2015) Antonio Cupo, Ali Liebert, Autumn Reeser, Shawn Roberts, Nelson Wong Movie Review

I Do, I Do, I Do (2015)   3/53/53/53/53/5

Autumn Reeser, Antonio Cupo, Shawn Roberts and Ali Liebert in I Do, I Do, I Do (2015)

Groundhog Wedding Day

Jaclyn Palmer (Autumn Reeser - A Bramble House Christmas) is about ot marry Dr. Peter Lorenzo (Antonio Cupo - Hats Off to Christmas!), but she is having doubts and is unaware that Peter is only marrying her because having a wife will aid his promotion chances at the hospital, as his career is the most important thing to him. To make matters even worse, Peter's mum has taken over the wedding and it is certainly not the wedding Jaclyn wanted. Then there is the stranger she ended up kissing when she got lost in the woods, except the stranger just happened to be Peter's handsome brother, Max (Shawn Roberts - Recipe for Love). But having gone through with things Jaclyn wakes up on what she thinks is the day after wedding only to find out it is her wedding day again and it keeps on happening as Jaclyn gets several wedding day do overs as she works out what she really wants from her life.

Yes "I Do, I Do, I Do" is basically "Groundhog Day" but with it being a Wedding as the day which gets the multiple do overs. But for those who know their movies there is also a touch of another movie thrown in there with the brother angle which could have reminded me of a few movies but "While You Were Sleeping" came to mind. Now for those not use to Hallmark romantic comedies this may sound like "I Do, I Do, I Do" is just another poor rip-off, and truth be told it isn't great, but it is exactly what you expect from a Hallmark movie, that ironic sense of "Groundhog Day" as if you have seen it all before.

With that in mind "I Do, I Do, I Do" is predictably predictable as Jaclyn slowly comes to terms with why she is having mutiple wedding day do overs and begins to see the clues as to why it is happening, whilst also understanding what she really wants from life. But whilst predictably predictable "I Do, I Do, I Do" is cute with Autumn Reeser making for an appealing lead actress whilst Shawn Roberts turns on the charms as Max, the nice guy brother.

What this all boils down to is that "I Do, I Do, I Do" is Hallmark fluff, it takes some recognizable movie cliches and puts them together in an obvious way. But whilst some might find the lack of originality off putting this will be another fun distraction for Hallmark movie fans.