Take out all the elements of The Big Chill that made you like that film and keep the ones that annoyed you and you've got The Wedding Weekend.
| Original Score: 2/5
The title is the least of the film's problems; far more significant is its failed attempt to make its protagonists endearing instead of obnoxious.
| Original Score: D+
One long sour note.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
Molly Shannon, as the raunchy wife of the group's most reserved member, is the best-known actor in the cast and its most obnoxious.
| Original Score: 2/4
The actors are well cast and effective. As a film, Sing Now, shot on location, is as attractive as its cast.
| Original Score: 3.5/5
Its dramatic freight lurches, and intriguing characters (a sex savant, an Indian human beat box) are sold short; a thinning of the ranks might have helped.
| Original Score: 2.5/5
If, when this gang lights into Our Love Is Here to Stay, you feel you've entered a very special chamber in Hell, rest assured you're not alone.
The latter may be the better option in this lame comedy.
[An] uneven romantic comedy.
A Big Chill without the dynamite acting, Bruce Leddy's debut indie Sing Now or Forever Hold Your Peace takes the yuppie manifesto's whiny self-absorption and ties it to a sitcom sensibility.