Runaway Bride

Theatrical Release: July 30, 1999
DVD Release: July 30, 1999
Runaway Bride
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Synopsis

Unable to commit, an oft-engaged woman just can’t make it all the way down the aisle. Will the big-town reporter who’s investigating her, be the next matrimonial casualty?

Dove Review

This family-friendly romantic comedy starring and directed by the same people responsible for “Pretty Woman” is fairly lame stuff, with nary a real emotion in sight. The stars however, have tons of charisma and it’s a clean film with some very funny lines, including one of the best coming from Hector Elizondo (also in “Pretty Woman”). I won’t give it away, but be listening when Mr. Elizondo comments on Julia’s getaway in full wedding regalia, fleeing aboard a Fed Ex truck.

Content Description

for a few mild objectionable words, but I caught no profanity; some bawdy humor and brief sexual innuendo; drinking.

Info

Company: Paramount
Director: Garry Marshall
Producer: Ted Field
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 116 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Reviewer: Phil Boatwright