Julia has never been more appealing. Great supporting cast. Ruppert Evert steals all of his scenes. Very funny and touching. Great final scene. You are never sure how it is going to end.
Leonard Maltin/Plot synopsis:
Roberts and Mulroney are old friends, and former lovers, who have pacted to wed at age 28 if they're both still single. When Mulroney springs fiancée Diaz on Julia, she starts to freak out and tries to sabotage the nuptials. Smart and funny romantic comedy (written by Ronald Bass) with Roberts scoring in a tailor-made role, and Everett stealing every scene he's in as her gay pal. Panavision.