Friday, December 10, 2010

Lucy Liu Stars in the Lifetime Miniseries, Marry Me, Starting This Sunday!

I’m excited to tell you about a two-part Lifetime movie airing this Sunday, December 12th, and Monday, December 13th. It’s called Marry Me, and it stars Lucy Liu and Annie Potts. First, here’s a sneak peek at what you can expect:



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Lucy Liu stars as Rae Carter, a social worker and budding artist, who gets dumped by her boyfriend after two years because he’s not ready to settle down. Just when she begins to think she’ll never find the man of her dreams, she meets Luke, the nephew of her family’s pastor! He’s nothing like she expects, but when he proposes marriage to her after only a few days, Rae begins to think she’d better be careful about what she wishes for. In the meantime, Boyfriend #1 comes crawling back to her, now ready to propose, too! And to complicate matters further, Luke’s old college roommate suddenly takes an interest in Rae. It’s a complex love triangle that’s even more distressing because Rae, in her job as a social worker, is dealing with a teenager who can’t seem to settle down with a family in foster care.

My favorite character in this movie (yes, I got to screen it this week!) was Rae’s mother, played by Annie Potts. She is such a gifted actress and a real “hoot” in this movie. Rae’s father, pregnant sister and brother-in-law round out her family members. Naturally, they give Rae plenty of advice, as do her nosy co-workers at the government agency where she works. So, which man will Rae choose? (You’re certain to be rooting for one of them!) This two-part miniseries kept me interested from start to finish. In fact, I watched the whole thing in one sitting! I really think you’re going to love it. So, check out Marry Me this Sunday at 9 PM ET/PT.



DISCLOSURE: I received a screening copy of this movie to facilitate this review. No financial compensation was provided.

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