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The Lindsay Lohan Rom-Com Flop Blowing Up The Netflix Charts Right Now

“Irish Wish” casts Lindsay Lohan as book editor Maddie Kelly, who you immediately know is a busy, frazzled career woman because she gets her scarf stuck in a car door. Unfortunately for her, she’s in love with one of her authors, Paul Kennedy (Alexander Vlahos). Not only is he oblivious to that fact, but he barely writes his books, leaving the heavy lifting to Maddie (only for him to take all the credit in the end). 

Before Maddie can tell Paul how she feels, he hits it off with Maddie’s best friend, Emma Taylor (Elizabeth Taylor), and eventually, Maddie heads to Ireland for the couple’s wedding. After meeting handsome nature photographer James Thomas (Ed Speelers), she makes a wish — one made to some sort of Irish spirit (played by Dawn Bradfield), specifically — that she could be the one marrying Paul Kennedy. The next morning, Maddie wakes up as his fiancée.

Anyone who’s ever seen a romantic comedy knows where this is going. Maddie has next to nothing in common with Paul, but bonds with James over loving James Joyce and the Cliffs of Moher. Emma and Paul, even in this timeline, start falling for each other, while Maddie struggles with her feelings for James. A whole lot of nonsense ensues, but ultimately, Maddie reverses the wish and meets James all over again.

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