Miami Rhapsody

Synopsis: Gwyn Marcus has always wanted a marriage like her parents. She has just accepted the proposal of her boyfriend Matt, but she has misgivings about their future together. Her fear of commitment grows as she learns of the various affairs that her family is having. With her sister getting married and her brother already married, her mother is growing concerned about Gwyn's being the last single person in the family. But the more she thinks about marriage, the more she must search for the balance between career, marriage and family.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): David Frankel
Production: Hollywood Pictures
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
95 min

Honestly, I was

Never comfortable with men.

-Did you have problems with Dr. Rosenthal?

-No, no. It was just that he died.

He took his son over,

who was dating my sister to school.

My rule of thumb is not

to be older than her gynecologist.

-Do you have any medical problems?

No, not really.

I eat well, drink and smoke

not, but I abusing hair products.

-Is your period regularly?

-As a watch.

-Are you sexually active?

-Not now. Yes, I am.

But not right now. I go

through a drying period of time.

-So you are married.

No, I'm not. Not yet.

-I got engaged last year.

-How exciting!

We sat in the harbor and

so the sunset ...

... And suddenly he popped the question.

You, Gwyn ...

I thought you might

would marry me.


I will marry you.

I think it's time.

We have been together for two years now.

Yes, but ...

You surprised me.

It's tradition to do it that way.

-Yes, I know, but ...

Was it therefore took me out here ...

How long have you planned this?

I do not know. Since we met.

No, you dated Cathy when we met.

But I was so attracted to you.

I remember thinking:

"I want to marry her

she stayed with my oldest friend. "

Derek, yes. It did not last long.

That's my fault.

I have never been able to tie me.

Perhaps I

who are afraid to commit myself.

-I have Peter Pan syndrome.

-Only men can have it.

The best Peter Pan

historically were actually women.

What do you mean?

Have you met someone else too?

Why I attracted such men?

Childhood was well not tragic enough.

So we went and match ball.

You needed to meet a nice boy.

Is this really legal?

Mosquito hunting without a license.

-Just relax and enjoy the moment.

I can not. I am the child.

I believe that all good things

's someone else.

It's a beautiful evening in the Everglades.

My dad would have loved it here.

You and your father,

you are very close to each other?

Yes, we were there when my mother died.

-Why did not his again?

He never got over it.

He believes that only

a lifelong love of your life.

And you then?

Do you think the same?

I got it!

Thank you.

I think

You fell in love with me that night.

You are so quiet sometimes.

It is in the family. My grandmother

is like that. But she had a stroke ...

Hey, Grandma! Shall we go?

-I have to take her to the toilet.

-I can do that.


You get to choose nurse.

-Gwyn or i.

-Grandma ...


You are so immature.

You're always so cheap trick.

I'll take her.

I'll be right back.

When I saw you with her, I realized

I wanted to share my life with you.

So serious you are.

You know I will be

when I'm nervous.

Why are you so nervous?

My answer is yes.

I will marry you.

I love you.

I know it.

-Is that a ring?

-No ... Yes, in a way.

I know you do not

wanted a diamond ring.

It's so traditional.

That's why you get a napkin ring.

-A napkin ring?

-It was my mother's.

It is carved in Africa.

What do you think?

Only one and not the entire set?

Marriage is a symbol of

that two lives come together.

It is a very deep

and personal ceremony.

Therefore marriage vows reflect

bridal couple's colorful personalities.

Leslie and Jeff have chosen

to write their own vows-

-That they will now share with you.

Do you, Jeff,

Leslie to your spouse-

And promise to love

her forever and ever?

Will you love her grief

And in a square?

Will you love her

in togkupeen and lane-

And love her here and there ...

- ... And always keep her everywhere?


Do you, Leslie,

Jeff your husband-

And promise to love him forever?

Will you love him in a boat

even if he is wet?

You're so cool, sir.

Thank you, milady. Where have you been?

I tried to cheer up Aunt

Rose. She would rather go to a funeral.

Is not it more depressing?

-In a funeral is suffering over.

Here we see happy couples and know

that the problems have hardly begun.

It's wine in it.

I need to relax a bit.

She is the little sister.

Yeah, and she's married already.

They have been together for three months. So

quickly I can not even buy shoes.

Thank you for the best voice.

-I want you to be happy.

-I feel absolutely yr.

-It must be all the dancing.

-I am quite tall. Jeff also.

Who dances with him?

-His sister.

Player-she for Dolphins?

No, she's firefighter.

How long will it keep?

Thought you wedding ceremony was immature?

I thought it had a mind children,

but it was not childish.

-You hated it!

-Have rapture passed over?

Come on, Leslie,

you will have a small injection.

-That's you who's next?

-This wedding is not over yet.

-Do you have family?

Can not you stop pushing us?

Man can not have children forever.

That's not true.

I read that a woman

gave birth to their own grandchildren.

It's crazy!

You see them two weeks in the year

and give them a check for Christmas.

-Gwyn, dance with me.

-When people think I've got croup.

That's right ...

-Dance with your brother!

Grandma Lil dancer with the Antonio.

Try to say no after

that you have been kind. Excuse ...

Thank you so kindly said.

-You should dance with your wife.

No, I can not.

Terri stopped dancing

after the second abortion.

Did he not just food?

He cries so fast

He hears the word "abortion".

Because he has a bad conscience

because he survived.

-I go home with him.

Can you check your answering machine?

Who to call you?

-I am waiting on a big shipment.


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David Frankel

David Frankel (born April 2, 1959) is an American film director, screenwriter and producer. more…

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