Posted by sean on August 16, 2005 at 8:33 am in Movies with No Comments

Watched Wedding Crashers last night and was left slightly disappointed to be perfectly honest. The reviews and TV ads promise a hilarious, laugh a minute comedy. Sure the film had its amusing moments but some of the jokes were feeble and the storyline a little too “luvy duvy”

The film stars Owen Wilson (Meet the Parents/Fockers, Life Aquatic) and Vince Vaghn (Dodgeball, Anchorman) as a pair of wedding crashers who crash celebrations in search of women, free drink and a good time.

In typical Romcom fashion things go wrong when one of the girls Vince Vaghn meets falls for him while Owen Wilson finds a girl he loves but cannot have. The duo must then go on a trip with the girls and their bizarre family leading to comical results including being shot in the arse, insulted by a uncouth granny and almost raped by the disturbed gay brother of the girls.

It is a good film and I was glad I watched it but it certainly doesn’t live up to all the hype it has been receiving.

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