DVD I Think I Do

DVD I Think I Do
DVD I Think I Do

Rating: 5.3
Genres: Comedy
Director: Dylan Pearce
Writers: Jenny Cooper
Stars: Mia Kirshner, Sara Canning, James Thomas
The relationship between three sisters, as one is left at the altar on her wedding day.
Plot Keywords: irony, friend, rejected, gay, marriage
Country: Canada
Release Date: 13 February 2013 (USA)
Box Office
Budget: CAD 1,210,000 (estimated)


  1. This movie is hilarious fun. Considering the talent involved, I expected something more than meets the eye after seeing the trailer. However, I was not expecting such a hysterical experience. I also loved the cast. She was perfect in this role and I hope she does more work like this. I also loved the pacing of most of the film. Several scenes had just the right amount of awkwardness or pause or "beat" that really added an extra element of hilarity. The movie goes through typical issues from the average chick flick like jealousy, insecurities, narcissism, self-doubt, self-pity, self-destruction you name it but it deals with those is a more honest, realistic non sugar-coated way that was refreshing and smart from the norm and raises the bar so high for chick flicks and comedies in general that I personally can't see any comedy this year or in the future surpassing its comedy greatness.

  2. The trailer for the film admittedly didn't do much for me, but I was intrigued by the concept of a female-driven film. Ultimately, I was hoping to get a few good laughs out of it. After seeing the movie, I couldn't stop talking about the film for the next couple hours. I loved it. I think it easily ranks with the other films like The Proposal and Bridesmaids, and it might even be my personal favorite. The film also has a surprising amount of depth that completely caught me off guard. It's actually a leisurely paced, character-driven comedy that takes time to develop its characters and establish the various relationships and resultant conflicts between them. Ultimately, the film ends up being quite heartfelt, despite the over-the-top antics.

  3. I Think I Do is like a really funny, adult targeted comedy. I saw the previews for this movie and thought to myself, wow this seems like a really the female geared film. By the end of watching this, I was pleasantly surprised that there was a lot good humor involved. Some of it would be considered guy humor, but actually it would probably make women laugh a lot! There is a bit chick flick element to it between the characters, but it is such a small part of the movie that I would say it's for the most part a comedy and a little bit of a romance and chick flick thrown in. I can honestly say I enjoyed the movie. I think this was a great movie for female humor, because I have long thought that comedy was dominated by male actors and I am just waiting for some women to jump in there and start paving the way. Good job on this movie!

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