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Destination Wedding reunites Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder for a sour comedy whose initially promising misanthropic twist overpowers the chemistry of its leads.
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Despite having two inherently likable actors in Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder, Levin's characters are so disagreeable that it's difficult to become sympathetic toward their whirlwind affair. And a lot of the dialogue rings false.
Your enjoyment may depend on how cheekily delightful you find it that they keep up the chatter even during a hillside hump: "Can we please stop talking about your mother?" "I'm killing time."
Levin is determined to make you loathe his characters, and for the most part, he succeeds. Set this RSVP on fire.
Writer-director Victor Levin takes an interesting although ultimately tedious and distracting approach to nearly every scene.
Watching unpleasant characters onscreen isn't always a fun experience, so casting Reeves and Ryder is genius. They're both full-on movie stars: charismatic, wildly photogenic, the whole nine yards
Whatever the intent, forcing a couple of middle-aged misanthropes to reluctantly attend the nuptials of their rather reviled friends sets a hopelessly high bar for delivering satisfying entertainment.
[The] darlings of 80s/90s cinema turn their callous-hearted characters into legitimately redeemable love birds.
Winona and Keanu have surprisingly little chemistry but it's not really their fault. The script is awful.
Absolutely delightful romcom about complete misanthropes
...a dumpster dive into two garbage people who turn out to be shabby chic.
A treat for misanthropes, this is bleakly hilarious with the world's least alluring sex scene. Reeves and Ryder have the only speaking roles as strangers at a wedding; though their characters are so rude to each other they could've been married for years.
The characters are exaggerated, the dialogue self-consciously written, but there's a beating heart beneath Destination Wedding that makes all the sourness taste just a little sweet.
A wonderfully constructed (and acted) exercise in egotism.
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