I Think I Do

I Think I Do

Alexis Arquette
Director: Brian Sloan Cast: Alexis Arquette
Alexis Arquette
, Christian Maelen
Christian Maelen
, Maddie Corman
Maddie Corman
Brian Sloan


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The romantic comedy I Think I Do comes to DVD from Strand Releasing. Presented with a standard full frame transfer and Dolby Digital Stereo Sound. Bonus material includes the original theatrical trailer, audio commentary track with the filmmakers, and extra trailers for Seventeen, Burnt Money, Psycho Beach Party, Iron Ladies, and Beefcake.

Product Details

Release Date: 12/04/2001
UPC: 0712267980222
Original Release: 1997
Rating: NR
Source: Strand Home Video
Time: 1:30:00
Sales rank: 50,532

Special Features

Filmmakers' commentary; Original theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Alexis Arquette Bob
Christian Maelen Brendan
Maddie Corman Beth
Guillermo Diaz Eric
Lauren Vélez Carol
Jamie Harrold Matt
Marianne Hagan Sarah
Tuc Watkins Sterling

Technical Credits
Brian Sloan Director,Screenwriter
Stephanie Corsalini Casting
Debbie De Villa Production Designer
Kevin Donaldson Costumes/Costume Designer
Victoria Farell Costumes/Costume Designer
Jon Gerrans Executive Producer
Gerry Gershman Musical Direction/Supervision
Marcus Hu Executive Producer
Lane Janger Producer
Milton Kam Cinematographer
Francois Keraudren Editor
Robert Larrea Sound/Sound Designer
Robert A. Miller Executive Producer
Julius Robinson Score Composer
Daryl Roth Executive Producer
Michele Vice Songwriter
Brahm Wenger Score Composer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. College Memories [13:28]
2. A Few Years Later [10:52]
3. The Rehearsal [11:56]
4. The Wedding Party [16:17]
5. Confessions [5:12]
6. Stealing Scott [6:02]
7. Couplings [5:07]
8. Friends [14:00]
9. I Think I Love You [10:27]

Customer Reviews

4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of those films that you'll want to watch over and over again, while wishing that you could see the next day in the life of all of 'your new friends.' Although some of the directorial flaws JUMP out at you, e.g., the crowd scenes in TRAXX Bar and at the wedding reception, the relational scenes between Bob and Brendan by far make up for any bugetary deficienies. The lead characters are rich, the supporting cast is solid and the subtle humor keeps you smiling silently at your desk, long after the film is over. I know that I want to own this one, and you will, too!