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In a singular moment of sudden awakening on the altar, everything changes for Rachel in a lively departure as a quintessentially modern British woman – when she is suddenly forced to reconsider the meaning of happily ever after on entirely new terms moments before her honeymoon has even started.
Romantic Comedy - This is a romantic comedy centering around a lesbian relationship for
adult viewers. The film plays exactly like most light formula
romantic comedies, save for the fact that two women are the lovers.
PROFANITY: 3 F-words, 4 S-words, a few others. SEX/NUDITY: Passionate kissing between women; heard but unseen sex. VIOLENCE: None. DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Tobacco and frequent alcohol. ACTION: None. COMEDY: Verbal humor, much of which is suggestive; cute kid humor.
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Berardinelli, Internet CriticFull Review Above Average The problem with Imagine Me & You is that the romance lacks the intensity that adherents of the genre appreciate.
Roger EbertFull Review Average There have been a few homosexual romances in which the sexuality of the characters goes without saying, but 'Imagine Me & You' is not one of them. Here's a movie that begins with a tired romantic formula, and tries to redeem it with lesbianism.
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When Rachel (Piper Perabo) shows up at the church on what promises to be a fairy-tale wedding day, she is thrilled to be devoting herself for life to her long-time sweetheart and best friend, Heck (Matthew Goode). That's when the unthinkable happens. In a moment that overturns everything in which she thought she believed, Rachel catches the eye of a complete stranger, the wedding's florist (Lena Headey), and like a bolt from the blue, recognizes her soul mate. Though she moves ahead with the marriage, something has profoundly changed. Everything about life is suddenly in question; and Rachel and her brand new husband are thrust into a journey that is at once disarmingly funny, decidedly bittersweet and definitely familiar to anyone who has ever fallen -- for better or for worse -- under love's intoxicating spell.