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Bride Wars takes the already wearisome concept of battling bridezillas, and makes it thoroughly insufferable via a lazy script and wholly detestable characters.
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| DVD (9)
You want to see Anne Hathaway in a worthy vehicle? Check out "Rachel Getting Married." You want to see Kate Hudson in a worthy vehicle?Rent a time machine.
Bride Wars makes Sex and the City seem like Jane Austen.
There's a good deal of potential squandered in this strained comedy, which suffers from lazy writing, miscalculated acting, perfunctory directing and general bad timing.
[A] funny, self-consciously frothy piece of good-natured escapism.
There's more cheer to be gained from staring outside at a bleak and desolate winterscape in the twilight of a shortened day than paying good money to endure this example of cinematic offal.
No cues are needed to understand the plot, which feels computer-generated and barely serves to sustain an hour and a half running time.
Genre films like this tend to be predictable, but Bride Wars offers at least one surprise.
Bride Wars will ensnare the fairer sex like an evil goddamn tractor beam and there's nothing you can do about it. If you must go see it, take a book. Or some cyanide.
Bride Wars renders its women characters as stereotypes only capable of approaching the world the way a character from a prime-time TV show might.
reptilian, hateful stuff, biologically engineered to disrespect--with maximum efficiency--the precise demographic to which it targets itself.
It's like the Whack-a-Mole of everything reasonable people hate about so-called 'chick flicks.' [Blu-ray]
Enough to make one yearn for the comparatively rich complexity of Home Improvement.
Two bestfriends have planned their weddings their whole lives for June at the Plaza. They both get engaged at the same time and the wedding is double booked. They do everything to sabotage each other's weddings. Very funny movie and cast.
An ok if nothing special comedy as 2 life long best friends try to out do each other for their dream wedding day. Quite a good cast and it has a few funny moments as they take increasing steps to get back at each other. Otherwise quite predictable.
Hilarious! Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway thrive off each other. Brilliant!
Really dumb and juvenile, didn't have any funny scenes.
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