Wedding Crashers (2005)
Critic Consensus: Wedding Crashers is both raunchy and sweet, and features top-notch comic performances from Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson.
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as John Beckwith
as Jeremy Grey
as Claire Cleary
as William Cleary
as Kathleen Cleary
as Zack Lodge
as Todd Cleary
as Chazz Reinhold
as Father O'Neil
as Mr. Kroeger
as Mrs. Kroeger
as Grandma Mary Cleary
as Christina Cleary
as Christina Cleary
as Best Man
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Critic Reviews for Wedding Crashers
Sadly, in spite of its cast and seemingly can't-miss premise, Wedding Crashers is at its best a succession of mild chuckles.
Sometimes a movie comedy just clicks. Welcome to one of those times.
The most exhilarating entertainment to emerge this year from the failed, forlorn factory town of Hollywood, largely because of Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn, the best high-low comedy team since the hey-hey days of Paul Newman and Robert Redford.
Audience Reviews for Wedding Crashers
A very funny comedy that invests more in odd situations than in punch line gags, with Vince Vaughn in a magnetic performance and a priceless Will Ferrell, but the film is unfortunately about thirty minutes longer than it should be, dragging a little bit in its third act.
One of the least funny things my brain has had to suffer through.
Plumbing new depths in vulgarity and tastelessness, "Wedding Crashers" is a tiresome compilation of recent American guy-girl movie clichés. The acting is poor and the script worse, making the cinema seat harder as each long minute goes by. Of course the audience lapped it all up, guffawing at each sophomoric gag. How depressing to see that this awful movie is #1 at the box office. Good cinematography doesn't rescue it. We squirm seeing Christopher Walken and Jane Seymour repeatedly embarrassing themselves. We yawn at Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson lurching from unbelievable "I love ya Buddy" male bonding to predatory joint hunting of generic society chicks. Compared with the finer acting and script of now-running "Must Love Dogs", the winner of the toilet humor, bad language, degrade women and insult gays genre is undoubtedly "Wedding Crashers". Insatiable public appetite for this rubbish will ensure that we soon might see even worse movies, if that is possible. 2 1/2 stars 8-14-07
Wedding Crashers Quotes
|Himself:||Hey, I'm Kelly. I've got a compulsion.|
|Jeremy Grey:||She's fit for a strait-jacket. This broad's fucked three ways towards the weekend. But you know what, Father? I dig it! It turns me on.|
|John Beckwith:||Get up, you're making us look like pussies.|
|Jeremy Grey:||If I had any air in my lungs I'd scream at you.|
|Jeremy Grey:||I'm sorry. I'm not sorry. Okay? I'm not gonna apologize, I'm a cocksman!|