The Wedding Plan (2017)
Critic Consensus: The Wedding Plan is steeped in convention, but has a thoroughly charming star and enough fresh twists to set it pleasantly apart.
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Critic Reviews for The Wedding Plan
An engaging (and surprisingly entertaining) examination, not of belief, but of a believer, a struggling soul who more often than not blocks her own path to paradise.
The film's structural shortcomings will matter less to most viewers than the personality of the central character, Michal.
This is a film of subtle humor and universal appeal. Just don't expect a carefree romp.
You've probably never seen a romantic comedy like "The Wedding Plan."
Unexpectedly rich, "The Wedding Plan" uses the frame of an apparent romantic comedy as a vehicle to study religious faith, loneliness, culture and inner turmoil.
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Perhaps the title should have been "My Not So Big Hebrew Wedding Without a Groom." A brutally honest look at loneliness and the pressure to find the person who you will spend the rest of one's life with. With the most close-up shot I have ever seen in a movie the lead character played by Noa Kooler shows so much emotions with her mouth and eyes than most actors with their entire body. Mavel tov indeed! (5-26-17)
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