The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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After languishing unseen for years, Laurent Firode's long-delayed comedy is finally getting its day in the sun. Too bad there's such a heavy shadow hanging over it.
With a title like My First Wedding, viewers shouldn't expect anything other than a date movie that relies more on likable characters than originality.
Even with the utterly gorgeous Cooke, this film stinks.
It's hard to imagine how even Billy Wilder could have made this premise palatable.
A run-of-the mill farce with an undeniably sexist undertone.
My First Wedding has Rachael Leigh Cook's off-kilter rhythm going for it, and it needs it because everything else about the movie is way too on-kilter.
The narrative impetus of the film is stupidity, as Laurent Firode's romantic comedy only manages to progress from plot point A to B thanks to the witlessness of its unbelievably naive protagonists.
Here's a movie that is a bit on the hilarious and quirky side of a love-comedy. Two individuals are instantly drawn together, as one makes a confession about a fantasy at a church that utlimately sets off a ring of mistaken identity and crazy mishaps. As he is mistaken for a priest, Nick is a carpernter making repairs in the church when he meets Vanessa. She is engaged to marry, and is starting to have mixed feelings about love and her fiance when she decides to talk about her anxieties. She decides confession is the best place for it. Rachel Leigh Cook and Kenny Doughty stars. Worth seeing!
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