Wedding Daze (2004 film)

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Wedding Daze
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DVD cover
Written by Marc Hershon
Directed by Georg Stanford Brown
Starring John Larroquette
Karen Valentine
French Stewart
Marina Black
Kelly Overton
Theme music composer Roger Bellon
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Producer(s) Brian Gordon
Erik Olson
Cinematography Dane Peterson
Editor(s) Thomas A. Krueger
Running time 88 minutes
Distributor Hallmark Channel
Release
Original release
  • September 4, 2004 (2004-09-04)

Wedding Daze is a 2004 comedy television film starring John Larroquette, Karen Valentine, Marina Black, Kelly Overton, Jaime Ray Newman, Sebastian Tillinger, James Waterson, Justin Baldoni and French Stewart

Plot[edit]

Jack and Audrey Landry are a middle-aged couple with three daughters: Nora, Teri, and Dahlia (or Dolly). The eldest, Nora, is a supermodel based in Italy, who rarely comes home. Teri is an independent businesswoman who lives with her boyfriend Bryan. Dahlia, the youngest, lives at home with her parents, and changes her "look" often. Nora's ex-boyfriend Sam works for Jack and is very close to the family.

Their peaceful lives are disrupted when Nora breaks her leg in a car accident in Italy, and has to return home to recover. Teri discovers that Bryan has been cheating on her and promptly moves back in with her parents. For the first time in several years, all three girls are back under the Landrys' roof. Shortly after, Guillermo arrives and introduces himself as Nora's boyfriend. Guillermo explains that he has come to ask Jack and Audrey for Nora's hand in marriage. They agree and Nora accepts Guillermo's proposal. Audrey, Nora, Teri and Dolly quickly consume themselves in wedding plans while an unenthusiastic Jack watches the rising expenses.

Teri finds out that she has lost her job, but a handsome co-worker, Lyle, who has also been laid off, invites her to join a start-up marketing a technology he has developed. They begin to like each other. When Teri receives a bouquet from Bryan begging her to come back, Lyle realizes how he truly feels about Teri and spontaneously asks her to marry him. Teri accepts, and suddenly the Landrys become "a two wedding family." Lyle suggests that both weddings happening on the same day. To Jack's surprise, Nora and Teri agree. The plans, which had already been laid out, are now in upheaval.

If this was not enough, Dolly and Sam realize that they had been falling in love with each other for years and soon decide to get married as well. And so Jack and Audrey get ready to give away all their daughters on the same day. Finally the wedding day arrives and numerous things start to go wrong, starting with the priest going missing, the cakes destroyed and, Jack getting locked on the balcony. Eventually all three get married.

Cast[edit]

  • John Larroquette: Jack Landry, husband of Audrey Landry with three daughters. Owns a company that works out names for companies.
  • Karen Valentine: Audrey Landry, wife of Jack Landry with three daughters.
  • Marina Black: Nora Landry, a model, eldest daughter, set to marry Guillermo Valerio.
  • Jaime Ray Newman: Teri Landry, middle child of Jack and Audrey Landry, set to marry Lyle Mills.
  • Kelly Overton: Dahlia Landry, youngest child, set to marry Sam Reilly
  • Sebastian Tillinger: Sam Reilly, works with Jack at his company. Set to marry Dahila Landry.
  • James Waterson: Lyle Mills, a technological engineer, set to marry Teri Landry.
  • Justin Baldoni: Guillermo Valerio, an Italian photographer, set to marry Nora Landry.

French Stewart, Marc Hershon, Robert Trebor, Bryan Chesters, Jill Jaress and Larry Anderson also appear in the film with minor roles.

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