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  • Actors: Matthew Perry, Salma Hayek, Jon Tenney, Carlos Gómez, Tomas Milian
  • Directors: Andy Tennant
  • Writers: Joan Taylor, Katherine Reback
  • Producers: Anna Maria Davis, Doug Draizin, Michael McDonnell, Steven P. Saeta
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Full Screen, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, French, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Parental Guidance (PG)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Feb. 24 1998
  • Run Time: 109 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 66 customer reviews
  • ASIN: 076780421X
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,131 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Matthew Perry (Chandler from TV's "Friends") stars as Alex Whitman, a New Yorker sent to Las Vegas to oversee a construction project. There he meets Isabel Fuentes (Salma Hayek, Desperado), and some serious chemistry brings them together for one night. But Alex doesn't see Isabel again until three months later, when he learns that she is pregnant. On a whim and a prayer, he proposes. However, there's more to marriage than a Vegas chapel and an Elvis impersonator, as Alex and Isabel soon learn in this perfect date movie.

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Opposites attract in this conventional but refreshingly unpredictable romantic comedy. New York nightclub designer (Matthew Perry, from television's Friends) is in Las Vegas to supervise the construction of a new project when he meets a fiery Mexican beauty (Salma Hayek). It's lust at first sight, and their one-night stand takes an unexpected turn when she shows up three months later to announce that she's pregnant. They're determined to do right for each other, so they get married in a Vegas chapel with an Elvis impersonator as their witness. Then comes the hard part--trying to figure out if they're actually compatible. The plot complications are mostly familiar, but Perry and Hayek throw some bright sparks as their initial bliss turns to more realistic concerns for family and future. Along the way there's some sharp dialogue and a few good laughs to give this all-too-human comedy an enjoyable spin. --Jeff Shannon

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While Matthew Perry and all of his supporting cast certainly make this comedy fun and entertaining, it is also surprising how well written it is.
Generally, there seem to be 2 basic formulas for romance stories in movies. The first formula is for a couple to start off disliking each other and end up loving each other. The second is for the couple to meet, be tested by an adversity, overcome it and live happily ever after. And one thing these two formulas share in common too often is the rush to have sex. That's where this movie comes in. It turns these formulas on their ear.
In a way, this movie makes fun of the cliche' formulas of romantic movies.
While trying not to give anything away, "Fools Rush In" reverse engineers the process of building a lasting relationship. In so doing, I couldn't help be think about my own relationships and wonder if I've taken all the steps and covered all the bases myself.
The movie addresses in a delightfully funny and entertaining way some of the many of the major decisions couples need to work out, such as: how they will mitigate cultural differences, how they will work out career conflicts, where they should live, when to have children, what to do with well-meaning but medling friends and family...
This really is a surprisingly insightful romantic comedy; I have no regrets for purchasing it and I doubt you will either.
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This is one of the most charming "chick-flicks" because of the sweetness of Salma Hayek's character. Matthew Perry brings the humor. The music is very uplifting. Many of the songs can also be found on a CD called "Ultra-Lounge Volume 5". The two characters start their relationship physically first, then try to fall in love later. Along the way, they question what is meant to be. They encounter each other's families and friends and explore their likes and dislikes and the result is comical and endearing. What I am wondering is for those who are not happily married, does this movie encourage a physical relationship outside of marriage? I have seen the movie but still am not sure. On the surface, it seems like it doesn't. But what would be the end result of watching this - would a person be more or less likely to start a relationship physically? With the ending the way it was, it might make some younger viewers think true love might happen that way and end up leaving them with heartache. I'd like to hear more reviews on this aspect.
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I thought this was such a cute movie! It shows that sometimes opposites do attract! During one seen, Salma talks to Matthew about their differences and the prejudices that both families have with each other while telling a story. This is something that every body will love, including guys!!
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By A Customer on Jan. 4 2003
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Just another awful romantic comedy, that's all. This one's about a New York architect (Matthew Perry) who is temporarily stationed in Las Vegas in order to oversee the building of a nightclub. One night, he meets Salma Hayek on line for the restroom in a casino. They enjoy an assignation. She disappears, suddenly uncomfortable for no clear reason. But she suddenly turns up 3 months later, pregnant and pouting about it. They get married. Then they start fighting. . . . Does that about cover it? Perry and Hayek were both inexperienced as lead actors in major motion pictures at the time of this movie's release (1997). Unsurprisingly, it's Hayek -- you know, the one with more talent and ambition -- who comes off much better. Her natural charisma and ravishing beauty eclipses her co-star's entire presence. Oh, I sat through the whole film . . . but then, I'd sit through a 2-hour infomercial if Salma Hayek was in it. That's not a recommendation for a general audience, though.
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Delightful! Is the best way to describe this film. Matthew Perry plays New Yorker Alex Whitman, who is a project manager for a construction company that specializes in nightclubs. Salma Hayek portrays Mexican (raised in Las Vegas) Isabel Fuente, who is working at the casinos and chasing her dream of being a Photographer. The chemistry between the two is great. They first meet in a restaurant where Isabel is on her way back to Vegas from visiting her grandmother, and Alex is working on themes for the project. The initial encounter of the two binds them for the rest of the film, they have a one-nightstand and she leaves before he wakes up the next morning. She goes back to see him three months later to tell him she is pregnant with his child. He freaks out, in the middle of a business deal. She splits, because he is in the middle of a business deal, he chases, they reconcile, and before the night is thru he meets her family and they get married. The rest of the movie is the two developing and trying to keep the relationship. This set of events is the real treat. You see elements of how guys and gals think in relationships as well as their own very different cultures and personalities conflicts. All in all this is without a doubt one of my personal favorites. I thoroughly enjoy this film every time I see it. If you are thinking about buying this movie, I highly recommend it.
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This is not a movie that I would watch multiple times but for one scene: the final wedding ceremony in the desert at the rhythm of "Can't Help Loving You" by Elvis. It is only one minute, but it is incredibly sweet and romantic.
Another positive aspect of the movie is Salma Hayek's physical presence. I agree one hundred percent with that movie critic who wrote that she has the face of an angel and a body to kill for. She is at the same time sensual and sweet, a really devastating combination...
As for the rest of the movie, it was enjoynable, but not exceptional. Yes, the actors had grat chemistry and were both really good, but it's their characters tht I could not like that much, especially Alex. He is too modernly confused a man for me to like him. He still acts and behaves like a boy. He is galaxies away from the William Wallace of "Braveheart," or even the cocky Doug Dorsey of "The Cutting Edge." As for Isabel, she was more mature and also really sweet, but her stress on her catholic heritage turned me off... (come on, signs everywhere?)
Anyways, a positive message from the movie is that a marriage is a serious commitment based on love, care and understanding, and not something to be taken lightly a là Las Vegas wedding chapels.
But let us not forget that a marriage is also about romance, and that final kiss at the wedding with the song of Elvis in the background really made me smile for a day.
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