The Big Wedding Movie Review
If you ever thought that your family was a mess then if you head to the theaters to see The Big Wedding you will walk out feeling like your family is normal. In this hilarious comedy we meet some of the funniest characters I have seen in a movie in a while. With tons of family twists there is a lot that will have you thinking “oh my gosh” (in a good way).
THe Big Wedding will have you laughing the whole time and with a storyline like that it is the perfect date night movie. – But please note a mature sense of humor is needed for this movie and sexual comments and actions are constant through the movie, however I do not feel they are taken to far at all and are just enough to make it hilarious 😉
When divorced couple Don and Ellie are forced to pretend they are married for the sake of their son’s wedding things get interesting. Their son, Alejandro is marrying a long time family friend, Missy whose mother’s name is Muffin. Alejandro is adopted and his biological mother is making the trip from halfway around the country to come to the wedding. Believing that his biological mother is super conservative and would not be happy that his adoptive parents had gotten divorced they come up with the plan for Don and Ellie to pretend to be happily married.Don’s live in girlfriend Bebe is not happy with this idea for obvious reasons, but she must push that aside so her old ex best friend’s son can have the wedding of his dreams. -Yes you read that right – Bebe is Ellies old best friend who is now living with Don Ellie’s ex-husband! The twists, turns and surprises keep on coming the whole movie and you really will be laughing the whole way through.
Of course you know it is going be a movie filled with laughs when the Catholic Preist that the soon to be newly weds go to see is played by Robin Williams – As soon as I saw him as the priest the newly weds were talking to I knew the fun was just getting started.
Check out this clip – It is from one of my favorite parts of the movie
The Big Wedding comes to theaters today April 26, 2013.
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