The Big Wedding
Don (Robert De Niro) and Ellie Griffin (Diane Keaton) are long-divorced, but when their adopted son's ultraconservative biological mother unexpectedly decides to fly in for the young man's nuptials, they are forced to play the happy couple to avoid an awkward situation. With their heartily amused friends and adult children looking on, Don and Ellie must confront their past, present and future -- and hopefully avoid killing each other in the process.
Release Date: April 26, 2013
Director: Justin Zackham
Producer: Richard Salvatore, Justin Zackham, Avi Lerner, Danny Dimbort, Trevor Short, Harry Ufland, Clay Pecorin
Cast: Diane Keaton, Susan Sarandon, Robert De Niro, Robin Williams, Katherine Heigl, Topher Grace, Amanda Seyfried, Ben Barnes
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This was a funny movie with some crude humor but mostly I enjoy Robert De Niro and his role. Definitely worth the watch to form your own opinionSeptember 9th, 2013 · Details
This is a comedy which is supposed to add a spoonful of sugar to help the medicine go down. This "medicine" however is debauchery, nudity, fetishes, fornication, unfaithfulness, misogyny, and profanity. No amount of sugar helps this medicine go down smoothly. The lesson learned from this movie was best expressed by an entertainment reporter on television when he said, "I can't believe how naughty this film is."... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full review
...the faux Catholicism that pervades the vulgar romantic comedy "The Big Wedding" (Lionsgate), the flagrant erroneousness of which is only the most annoying of this picture's many defects... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full review
The movie, in its basic concept, is corny and contrived, but as written and directed by Justin Zackham, it's executed in a pleasantly wry and understated fashion... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full review
A few laughs and an all-star cast aren't enough reason to say "I do" to this formulaic, unrealistic film... See Full ReviewClick here to read the full reviewApril 25th, 2013 · Details