May 13, 2008

Over Her Dead Body

Kate and Henry (Paul Rudd) are about to be married, but on the day of their wedding, Kate is accidentally killed by an ice sculpture of an angel, after an argument with the sculptor about the lack of wings. After a year Henry reluctantly agrees to consult a psychic named Ashley at the urging of his sister Chloe, arguing that Kate may tell him to get on with his life. Chloe gives Ashley Kate's diary, so that Ashley learns information about Kate which seemingly demonstrates psychic abilities. Despite his initial skepticism over these abilities, Henry is impressed. Moreover, Henry and Ashley fall in love. However, Ashley is being haunted by Kate's ghost, who only she can see. Kate considers it her heavenly duty to break up Henry and Ashley's fledgling romance, as the last thing to do on earth. Constant torment from Kate eventually drives Ashley and Henry apart, but the ghost of the sculptor who created the angel that killed her helps Kate realize that she only wants Henry to be happy. The movie ends with Henry and Ashley getting married and Kate going back to heaven.

An extra storyline is about Ashley's assistant Dan (Jason Biggs) who has claimed for years to be gay, allowing him to be Ashley's best friend without sexual connotations. She is upset when Dan confesses to be heterosexual, and to have lied to her because he liked the intimacy, even though it was non-sexual.

kekeke, *copy n paste*

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