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Rated PG-13 · 104 minutes · 1999

Romantic comedy
All Ben Holmes (Ben Affleck) wants to do is make it from New York to Savannah, Ga., in time for his wedding. When a seagull and a hurricane ruin any chance he has of flying there, Holmes reluctantly joins the quirky Sarah Lewis (Sandra Bullock) in a rental car for a road trip back to his waiting bride-to-be, Bridget Cahill (Maura Tierney). But nature seems to conspire against his every attempt at a timely return -- and in the meantime, he finds himself growing closer to Sarah.
Director: Bronwen Hughes
Writer: Marc Lawrence
Producer: Susan Arnold, Ian Bryce, Donna Roth, Steven Saeta and Ricki Spector
Cast: Sandra Bullock, Ben Affleck, Maura Tierney, Steve Zahn, Blythe Danner, Ronny Cox, Michael Fairman, Janet Carroll, Richard Schiff, David Strickland, Meredith Lynn, George Wallace, Steve Hytner and John Doe

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