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Seven Girlfriends

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Published on Aug 18, 2016

Seven Girlfriends is the ultimate road trip down memory lane. A raucous romp full of wild humor and vivid color, as well as deep insight and personal truth, Seven Girlfriends leaves the viewer as it does its hero: joyful, energized, and wiser for the journey. Jesse Campbell (Tim Daly) realizes he's never had a successful relationship Despite his charm, good looks, and talent as a chef, Jesse just can't find the perfect woman. Five years ago, Jesse came close to marrying his true love, the stunning Anabeth (Laura Leighton), but managed to screw it up just moments from the altar. Now, panicked and desperate to learn what he's doing wrong, Jesse decides to take a hard look at his life by visiting each of his former girlfriends. Breaking up has never been so funny! This journey begins with Marie (Mimi Rogers), Jesse's high school girlfriend. Remembering the awkward boy he was eighteen years ago, she thinks Jesse's plan is more than a bit crazy. Undaunted, Jesse continues on, in search of the brutal truth. As he travels, we meet Jesse's other ex-girlfriends, like Hannah, the ditzy blond who's lost her psychic powers. There's also Peri, a lusty actress whose sexual advances he can't resist, and Lisa, the woman he left without a word. College bedmate Martha is now a lesbian, and Jesse becomes the clown act at her all-woman baby shower. Anabeth, the WASP princess with a fetish for sexy Polaroids, remains the "one who got away", and the excuse that keeps him from committing to any other women. Jesse's journey takes him across six states, from a hot air balloon to an early-morning flower market, from the Golden Gate Bridge to a rooftop overlooking a mad-cap funeral. Jesse is searching for Mrs. Right, and finds himself along the way. The quest for amour twists and turns until there's only one thing to do: start anew.

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