Wedding Daze

Wedding Daze

After losing the woman of his dreams, Anderson is convinced he'll never fall in love again. But at the urging of his best friend, he spontaneously proposes to a dissatisfied waitress named Katie and an innocent dare evolves into the kind of love that both have been looking for all along.

After losing his dream woman, Anderson believes he'll never fall in love again. But at the urging of his best friend, he spontaneously proposes to a dissatisfied waitress named Katie and an innocent dare evolves into the kind of love that they both have been looking for all along. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Wedding Daze torrent reviews

Diego B (au) wrote: JAJAJA..Una pelicula tipica de cine en su casa, pero en las tardes ..jaja..igual es pa cagarse de la risa Pesci y gran aparicion del maestro Ruben Blades...

Fred V (us) wrote: Een film zonder 1 goede grap. Ongelofelijk mislukt, deze film. Letterlijk alle pogingen tot humor zie je minstens een minuut van tevoren aankomen, er zit een overduidelijk multicultureel Vara-sausje overheen en letterlijk alle karakters zijn hopeloos vernederd door een in-en-in slecht script. Geen enkel goed idee in de hele film. Een schande.

Cindy T (es) wrote: absolutely the worst movie I have ever suffered through- I fast forwarded to the end just to get it over with as to end my suffering.

Leonard K (ag) wrote: awkward eerie awesomeness.

Evert E (es) wrote: Una historia bien contada que nos ensea sobre las relaciones, dejndonos una profunda reflexin en torno a cmo vivimos y afrontamos las consecuencias de nuestras decisiones

Brett L (ru) wrote: I did not think much could be worse than Core, now I have discovered Deep Core

Ramses C (ru) wrote: Taylor Hackford & Stephen King un binomio ganador.Excelente

Dale T (it) wrote: An awesome vamp film!!

Ilja S (gb) wrote: Dr. No may have kicked of one of the largest and most controverse movie franchises. The movie showed how great a agent move can be, if only it manages to be corky, smart and intriguint at the same time. Sean Connery was the perfect cast, and his presence alone made all his JB movies enjoyable by itself.

Nicholas P (it) wrote: Ben Afleck is so dreamy.

Joanna B (au) wrote: Every woman knows deep down that these kinds of lovey-dovey everything will turn out peachy-keen rom-coms are just a Hollywood farce. Not to be cynical, but every now and then they send us a new agonizingly mechanical happy-happy-joy-joy offering simply to highlight exactly how profoundly preposterous our expectations for romance have become. Formulaic, contrived and verbally dull, When In Rome's slapstick gags fizzle and misfire into all kind of inappropriate directions. The weak script reflects the jumbled brainstorming growing cringingly worse with each act. Chronically disillusioned with the sheer concept of romance, an ambitious and bright young Guggenheim curator Beth (Kristen Bell) throws her self into the throngs of her new exhibition entitled PAIN. Under the sneeringly watchful eye of her demanding taskmaster boss Celeste (Angelica Huston), Beth is expected to deliver nothing less than the season's blockbuster exhibition within next seven days.Beth is blind-sided, however when her never quiet phone rings and her younger sister Joan (Alexis Daiena) invites Beth to her whirl-wind impromptu wedding due to take place a mere 48 hours later in Rome, Italy.Dropping everything maid-of-honor Beth dutifully flies to Rome arriving just moments to spare. Struggling clumsily through the lavish and grand proceedings, she suffers from language barriers and cell phone reception withdrawals until best-man and ex footballer-turned-reporter Nick (Josh Duhamel) comes to her aid. Flirty and feeling a pang of the warm fuzzy love-in-the-air, Beth and Nick look to be well on the way to curing Beth's romantic aversion. However, when a miscommunication leaves Beth vindicated, tippys and paddling in the famous magical "fountain of love" she decides to "save others" from their doomed love wishes and fishes five wishing coins from the fountain daring cupid to stop her.Returning to New York, Beth continues on with her normal life. However, when she inexplicably receives the unwanted and ridiculous affections of a quartet of bizarre suitors, she comes to realise the significance of the coins and that their owners are now under a spell, desperately smitten, bewitched and obsessed with obtaining her heart. Pursued in the most disconcerting borderline stalkerish manor, Beth's gaggle of Mr. Wrongs include a goofy and exceptionally creepy street magician Lance (Jon Heder), a preening narcissistic Zoolander-esque male model Gale (Dax Shepard) a moonstruck artist who simply can't paint feet Antonio (Will Arnett) and a 65 year old smallgoods "encased meat" mogul Al (Danny DeVito). Beth quickly sees her error of judgment, and whilst fleeing all the Mr Wrongs she begins to fret about Mr Right. Convinced the fifth and final chip is Nick's, Beth is despaired by the idea that his affections are simply his part of the love charm. Is Nick really under her spell? Or is he the real thing?The remarkable coincidence that all of the men seem to be residents of New York adds to the farfetched senselessness. The indestructible genre employs a decidedly Mid-Summer Nights Dream feel drawing modern parallels from the 500 year old Shakespearian story of the misuse of love's elixir. Certainly a number of its characters make asses of themselves. Many cameos by big-ticket names were squandered by the ridiculousness of the situations. However, Bell and Duhamel had a nice onscreen chemistry and thankfully made this film a little more bearable than other recent similarly utlra-cliched titles The Proposal, New Town and Leap Year. The Verdict: The essence of fluffy feel-good rom-com was within reach however the writers simply put it on too high of a shelf for this movie and sadly it fall to the ground with a resounding thud.Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 30/04/2010

Genry V (mx) wrote: I liked the movie but the end of the movie was a bit improvised.I just saw that movie recently