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The Wilde Wedding seems to promise to promise a wildness that's nowhere here.
Bad behavior might be de rigueur at weddings, but it all gets tiresome when the antics go from bad to Wilde.
I've seen dozens of movies about weddings and this is among the most enjoyable two or three; its unpretentiousness is infectious.
How writer-director Damian Harris (the late actor Richard's son) wrangled so much talent for a film as inane and underachieving as "The Wilde Wedding" is anyone's guess.
[An] execrable remarriage comedy, one that's mystifyingly seeded with acting heavyweights.
Even if it never quite deals with the bigger issues it raises, the sassy dialogue, twisty plot and full-on performances are so lively that the audience is kept on its toes, at least until it becomes obvious where it's heading.
The Wilde Wedding is not very good. There are too many characters, which leaves no room for character development, or any meaningful arcs.
Harris seems to be striving for a 'Smiles of a Summer Night' vibe as the characters interconnect, flirt and (all too frequently) break into song, but it proves very short on the smiles part.
An esteemed ensemble cast is squandered in this lackluster romantic comedy.
Dysfunctional family comedy doesn't live up to stellar cast.
Amusing and idiosyncratic, but only truly successful when it relinquishes control of the moment to the capable cast.
Uninteresting romantic comedy starring Glens Close, Patrick Stewart and John Malkovich along with a huge cast of supporting characters who are hard to keep track of.
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