Beth is a type A older sister with a distaste for love. When her younger sister has a shotgun wedding in Rome, Beth heads there reluctantly. She is more concerned with her upcoming art show than her sister’s sudden nuptials. During the wedding, sparks fly between Beth and Nick, the best man. Just when Beth is about to take a chance on the attraction, she spies Nick with a saucy Italian woman in a red dress and she gives up on the notion completely and finishes out the night alone, in a city fountain, downing a bottle of wine. In her despair, she plucks several coins from the fountain and unknowingly curses herself with a love spell that binds the casters of the coins to her. Back in NYC she is bombarded by a magician, a model, a meats-man and an artist. And Nick. They hunt her down, infiltrating her day-to-day life bombarding her with art, magic tricks, baskets of meats and promises of love. Her honeymooning sister is able to inform her about the magic of the fountain and how to reverse the curse. She must return each coin to the person who threw it in. All the coins returned, she reluctantly gives Nick back his poker chip that she believes he threw into the fountain that night in Rome. When his adoration of her seems legit, they get married in Rome. There’s a whole mix-up with the priest and another poker chip but it doesn’t matter because they still get married.
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The Filmography Disquisition Series
Kristen Bell: An Exhaustive Examination
Join co-hosts Vanessa and Toben as they journey through an actor’s filmography in an effort to definitively determine that actor’s best movie, using a very real and refined review process.
In Volume 3 of the series, Vanessa and Toben are seeking out the best Kristen Bell movie.
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Music: Mozart’s Bassoon Concerto in B Flat Major, K. 191 – I. Allegro
performed by the Skidmore College Orchestra
Intro voice performance: @iamastove
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