Unhitched

Unhitched

Director: Stefan Schwartz Cast: Amy Smart, Stuart Townsend, Seth Green

DVD (Wide Screen / Subtitled)

Product Details

Release Date: 01/30/2007
UPC: 0012236206996
Original Release: 2006
Rating: NR
Source: Lions Gate
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:36:00

Special Features

16x9 widescreen; 2.0 Dolby Digital audio; English closed captioned; English and Spanish subtitles; Trailers

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Unhitched
1. Main Title [7:09]
2. The Best Man [11:28]
3. You Met Someone [9:08]
4. Can't Let Her Down [7:32]
5. Love and Respect [6:29]
6. Selling the Flat [6:03]
7. What's Going On? [7:04]
8. Surprise! [8:12]
9. Writing the Letter [10:12]
10. Rehearsal [7:09]
11. I Love You [9:26]
12. End Credits [5:32]

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Unhitched 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
UNHITCHED is a fairly well made, generic Hollywood love story that provides a reasonably entertaining evening because of the actors cast in the roles. The story by director Stefan Schwartz and Ed Roe is recycled fluff with nothing new added, yet despite that fact the pacing and acting bring off a fun little film. As marriage enters the agenda of old friends, promiscuous James (Steve John Shepherd) is scheduled to marry Sarah (Amy Smart, always a pleasure to watch) and asks his best friend Olly (the talented and hunky Irishman Stuart Townsend in a very nice comedic turn) to be his Best Man. Olly, a writer whose first chapters have been lauded by his publisher (Simon Callow) and that early praise has thrown him into writer's block forcing him to take a menial job as a PA under grumpy feminist Tania (Johdi May), fears accepting the role of Best Man out of the challenge tied to writing the wedding reception speech. He is encouraged not to accept the role by his roommate friend Murray (5'4" Seth Green, who has many comedy roles to his credit - this one being the first with a fine British accent). Murray knows of James' peppered past and sets out to stop the wedding - especially when he discovers that Olly has fallen for Sarah, mistaking her for Sarah's Maid of Honor Becka (Kate Ashfield). Olly is a true friend and will sacrifice his longing for Sarah out of his loyalty to James - until Murray proves that James indeed is a promiscuous lothario. And the chase, with many a pratfall, begins as Olly ultimately sides with Murray to prevent his losing Sarah. Townsend makes a fine turn out of his obvious role, proving that he not only can master dramatic and intrigue roles, but light comedy ones as well. Seth Green may be small but he is a powerhouse of physical comedic talent. Amy Smart doesn't have much to do, but when she is on screen she glows with intelligence as well as beauty. It is the cast that makes this film work and they are enough of a pleasure to watch to merit sitting through another re-telling of a tired story. Grady Harp