I've been trying to track down a cinema showing of this film without success. I'm a fan of Sally Phillips and was interested in seeing her first feature film. Additionally, I really rate Kelly Macdonald and was intrigued to see her in a British film, given her main work has been US based most recently. The premise of the film is slightly flimsy - world famous actress (Alice Eve) wants to marry cynical writer (David Tennant) without paparazzi intrusion. Their first wedding is scrapped when a photographer is found in the church, so they decide to reschedule and hold the wedding on a remote island. The Kelly Macdonald character returns to the island after a period away on the mainland; sworn off men, she agrees to help out with the wedding by acting as a decoy bride to fool the paparazzi. Lot's of silliness ensues, however there are some fun set pieces, and Tennant and Macdonald do their best with a script which needed some tightening. The scene with the deaf couple worked really well, and Phillips shows promise as a screen writer. Critics have really panned the film, however I watched the film with my husband who thought it was "entertaining" (which for him is high praise indeed). Buy it if you like light romance and need to check your brain out for an evening.