Wedding March 2: Resorting to Love

Wedding March 2: Resorting to Love

Wedding March 2: Resorting to Love is a TV movie starring Jack Wagner, Tara Wilson, and Josie Bissett. College sweethearts Olivia and Mick unexpectedly reunite after 25 years and become partners in running a wedding resort. As they...

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Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
Comedy, Romance
Tara Wilson, Aren Buchholz, Josie Bissett, Jack Wagner
David Weaver
Tippi Dobrofsky, Neal H. Dobrofsky
Canada, USA
Other Titles
La marcia nuziale 2 - Il resort dell'amore, Dia De Casamento 2, Marcha Nupcial 2: O Amor é a Solução, Dügün Marsi 2: Ask Tesisi, En route vers le mariage: rendez-vous avec l'amour
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about comedy «Wedding March 2: Resorting to Love» (303)

Theresa Duncan avatar
Theresa Duncan

Reconnecting after thirty years following their tumultuous break-up when they were in college and finding that there are still strong feelings for each other, Mick Turner and Olivia Pershing have decided to live together at Mick's Vermont inn, the Willow Lake Inn. In the process, Olivia has handed over her Long Island staging business to daughter Grace and is selling her house. Beyond the issue of a new resort down the road sucking up their wedding business - the inn's bread and butter - and Mick needing to look for a "silent" investor to stay afloat which he has yet to tell Olivia, Mick gets hit with two subsequent surprises akin to punches in the gut as he prepares to open for the season. First, daughter Julie, back from college for the summer, has brought home her new boyfriend, Wyatt, a hospitality major, Mick who doesn't see any young man good enough for his daughter. And second, Olivia has decided unilaterally that what casual Mick assumed would be their quiet, blissful romance will change in Olivia, needing something to do, becoming his business partner instead, she using her staging skills to remake the inn, effectively she being his new less than silent investor. She sees the partnership as a trial for their personal relationship. On some initiative on Olivia's part, they are able to snag one wedding party from the neighboring resort on a technicality, Corinne and Chris' wedding which will take place in two weeks. Corinne and Chris' wedding may demonstrate to Mick and Olivia in two different ways if they do have a future together. First, they will have to survive the wedding planning, Olivia who is more A-type, and Mick who is more B-type in approach. And second, Corinne and Chris' own relationship may be parallel to Olivia and Mick's, and thus whether Corinne and Chris make it to the altar may be a harbinger for Mick and Olivia. Corinne wants to have the perfect wedding, she getting sucked into whatever last minute ideas to make the day more memorable at whatever the cost, while Chris is more focused what it means to have a happy marriage in its entirety, he who would be content and more at ease to stand in front of a justice of the peace at city hall than have a lavish wedding.

Jeffrey Peterson avatar
Jeffrey Peterson

Watched it several times and enjoyed it every time.

Jean avatar

I'm surprised I've not watched it sooner but hugely enjoyed every moment of this film. This film is up there in my top 10 films!

Eugene Banks avatar
Eugene Banks

I may have a new favorite movie.

Anna Martin avatar
Anna Martin

Must see if you like Romance

Thomas avatar

loved most of it predicable but loved it

Benjamin Franklin avatar
Benjamin Franklin

I just watched this movie and really liked it.

Helen Davis avatar
Helen Davis

Yup, it's a great movie. Best movie I've seen for a very long time because most movies today are copies, boring and pathetic.

Cynthia L. avatar
Cynthia L.

Nice Romance theme. Bit of corny dialogue though.