My Best Friend's Wedding

My Best Friend's Wedding

When she receives word that her longtime platonic pal Michael O'Neal is getting married to debutante Kimberly Wallace, food critic Julianne Potter realizes her true feelings for Michael -- and sets out to sabotage the wedding.

A woman who, by a promise made years earlier, is supposed to marry her best friend in three weeks, even though she doesn't want to. When she finds out that he's marrying someone else, she becomes jealous and tries to break off the wedding. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Ken S (gb) wrote: A fine coming of age film about 3 teens who decide to run away and build their own house in the woods. The film happened to be shot around where I live, which was nice to see. The young cast is entertaining to watch, as is the supporting cast of parents and siblings that include Nick Offerman, Allison Brie, and Megan Mullally. The movie was quirky and fun, a solid film about that awkward time in life that felt rather timeless.

Tom L (es) wrote: This was a nice little change of pace within the DC Animated slate. For one, the animation style is significantly different than the rest of the movie, taking the look from Darwyn Cooke's graphic novel this is based on. Another, being set in the 50s gives the movie a fresh look at everything. There's a sort of innocence to everything that has a creeping rot seeping in. Some bad shit is on the edges, everything on the cusp of change. But the heroes (aside from Batman of course) are all nice guys just trying to do the right thing. And unlike the last one I watched (Crisis On Two Earths), the voice casting is really on point here. The standouts for me of this great cast is Ferrer of the Martian Manhunter, my most underrated super hero. But the surprise is Sisto, giving the best Batman performance outside of Kevin Conroy. Now the plot is typical end of the world alien shit. It's a bit convoluted and big. But the movie works on the micro level, the little moments between characters and what they're going through. It's a much smaller scale movie for the most part compared to other Justice League movies, taking its time to get to the big finale. It's a gorgeous movie with a great style and a great tone, giving us a unique take on the world. Gotta give it to them for shaking it up a bit. It's still an adult take, with some really hardcore violence showing up. But for the most part, this is not like the newer crop of stuff. Great stuff.

luile e (ca) wrote: somebody ave me this dvd for christmas. and what do you know I enjoyed it so much.

E L (ag) wrote: John Waters definitely shocks with this tale full of sex and graphic nudity, filled with misfits of all kinds. But it remains curiously naive and old-fashioned in its plot. Yay for the weirdos.

Peter C (ag) wrote: Would love it if Godzilla was the real Godzilla and they didn't die so easily. They just roped off Jurassic park

Jon P (kr) wrote: Robert Rodriguez follows up the quietly charming El Mariachi with this better-known Mexican-Action-Western.Right down to the bone, Desperado is everything an explosive actioner should be: all-out style and burly badassery with seldom a dull moment and many a silly one. Inventive camera-positioning and sub-zero slo-mo give us suspense scenes that'd give Alfred Hitchcock a run for his money, and Desperado gives us so much bang for our buck, we don't even care that its characterisation is taco-thin, if not even a little embarassing.Desperado dabbles with the ultra-fun formula which would eventually evolve into the likes of Grindhouse and Machete. The movie proves that even before From Dusk till Dawn, Rodriguez was fast emerging as the new king of action cool.

Samantha M (kr) wrote: Watch more for the action and not the plot line.

Jonathan S (ru) wrote: The bicycle chase alone makes this silly Jackie Chan/Sammo Hung action flick worth it.

K S (ru) wrote: The budget was definately economy. Sinatra was the producer, director and had a starring role in the film as well. He wasnt John Ford as a director but the performances of the film keep the low budget quality in check. The message of the film in my opinion was ahead of its time in the sense that it was released during the Vietnam era of US military activity. Certainly not the first anti war film but not the worst either.

Patryk C (gb) wrote: Though the story presented in Sugata Sanshiro might not be the most appealing one, it's still a considerably enjoyable tale about the beginnings of Judo and its most prominent representative, the titular Sugata (played by Susumu Fujita, in a role that earned him a notable spot in the Japanese cinematic history). It's a simple and modest, but a truly elaborate and serious tale of one man's difficult journey to martial arts stardom. In order to find peace in life and achieve perfection in the craft that he's been practicing for some time, Sanshiro needs to come to terms with his own emotions and find a right path, which might eventually lead him to the desired golden mean. Based on a best-selling novel, Sugata Sanshiro established the reputation of Kurosawa, and made him a prominent figure in the filmmaking business. Though it's far from being a genuine masterpiece, the film still shows the director's steady hand and is the admirable proof of his awe-inspiring versatility.To become the master of martial arts is an uneasy task, and Sanshiro learns the lesson in the first minutes of the picture. Trying to join a clan of Jujitsu fanatics, he quickly realizes that they're just a bunch of up to no good coxcombs. Seeing how easily Yano (Denjir "kchi), the originator and master of Judo, defeated the group, Sanshiro decides to become his student. To become a proficient Judo technician the young, strong-willed, yet somehow reckless Sugata must overcome many of his weaknesses and find out the meaning of a warrior's way, thus learning the true meaning of life. The student, struggling to accustom himself to the situation, is constantly tested by his master, in many more or less laborious ways. And when the time comes, Sanshiro is finally able to take part in tournaments, in order to prove his indisputable technique and unrestrained power. On his way Sanshiro meets a mysterious, elegant, devilish man by the name of Hagaki (Rynosuke Tsukigata), who's like a shadow that's been following Sugata everywhere that he goes. Ironically so, the man - with his familiar look and specifically evil attitude - comes as a typical dark character, taken straight out of a superhero movie. In the film's most climatic and disquieting sequence, the two rivals participate in a duel that will determine who's the strongest living martial artist.For all the lovers of Japanese culture, and for all the adepts of Asian martial arts, Sugata Sanshiro will definitely be a worthy film experience. For the rest it might be an insightful, valuable, and well-crafted period drama that's not only full of perfectly choreographed action scenes, but also full of humane qualities that prove to have an authentic meaning even in the modern times.

Sunshine S (us) wrote: Eddie Ellison is an ex-con who spent time in Sing-Sing prison. Kay marries him as soon as he serves his time. Five years later, Eddie and his ex-convict buddy Larry, have both gone straight, and Eddie and Kay have a beautiful little girl named Shi...

David L (it) wrote: Cabiria is a flawed movie. It has interesting stories, but those stories are weakly connected and that episodic nature just feels wrong. Also the characters are weak and it is not emotional at all, but it is a breathtaking film visually with terrific costumes, excellent set design, great direction and fantastic cinematography. It is a movie undone by its ambition and flat characters, but it is still a powerful and very artistic movie and especially for its extraordinarily old age.

Jack A (gb) wrote: Long Way Down is aimless, unrealistic, and uplifting.

Robert S (nl) wrote: Really thrilling from start all the way to finish. Some of the CGI doesn't hold up very well, but the whole thing is wonderfully designed. I really love this one.

Alexandra R (es) wrote: Are you guys serious? This is a mormon propaganda movie. There's a lot that does not stack up here and the movie clearly was not shot in Russia. There was a witness to their first encounter with Nikolaj; a priest was watching them as they walked towards the apartment 105; they got directions from another guy. Russian police are not dumb. They can follow leads. Furthermore, if you add up all the probabilities, they were unlikely to be shot, even when the kidnappers realized that they were not going to get paid. 4 years for kidnapping is a lot better than life for murder. Could have been a good movie but they had to make out this was "God's plan". The only convincing aspect of the movie was the anguish of the parents and the communal prayer that crossed denominations. Finally, when is Hollywood going to stop using the "backwards R" in the Russian alphabet which actually makes the sound "ya"?

Lynne O (fr) wrote: My grandkids loved it they are 8 & 4. It's ok the critics are saying its soulless but that means nothing to kids and lets face it that's who the film is intended for!