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Wedding Crashers (Uncorked)


Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn star as John Beck and Jeremy Klein, two partying divorce attorneys and committed womanizers, who have figured out a surefire way to meet women: crash weddings.

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- Luke Buckmaster, In Film Australia, Thursday, June 24, 2010

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4 stars


- bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1, Monday, October 18, 2010

5 stars

Two guys who crash weddings to hook up with women are about to discover that there comes a point in time when you want something real like falling in love.

- movieguru12, Sunday, August 15, 2010

4 stars

Despite being a little overlong, predictable, and having a ridiculous third act that's all over the place, I found this rude, and crude film to be highly entertaining and hilarious. Awkward moments abound, as they tens to do in modern comediues, but the film rises above them and manages to not suffer from them (unlike say, Meet The Fockers). The casting is good, and so are the performances. You daren't supposed to like Vaughn and Wilson's characters at first, but it's hard not to loath them. Walken is, of course, the epitome of creepy underlying menace, and is thus a joy to watch. Rachel McAdams was probably the person I liked the most here, although Isla Fisher definitely stole the scene. Sadly, as much as I liked the vulgar granny, she seemed underused. Cooper is satisfactory at this type of role, despite how cliche the archetype is. Overall, it's a pretty satisfying film with an interesting premise, despite the lack of originality

- cosmo313, Sunday, May 23, 2010