The Wedding Planner (2001)
Critic Consensus: Instead of being light and charming, this romantic comedy is heavy-handed and contrived in its execution. Also, it's too unoriginal.
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as Mary Fiore
as Dr. Steve Edison
as Fran Donolly
as Dr. John Dojny
as Mrs. Donolly
as John Robert Donolly
as Penny Nicholson
as Basil St. Mosely
as Burt Weinberg
as Young Mary
as Crying Bride
as Father of the Bride, Mr. Bartlett
as Self-Conscious Bridesmaid
as Best Man
as Anna Bosco
as Tracy, Bride
as Boy in Hospital
as Girl in Hospital
as Girl in Hospital
as Taxi Driver
as Guard in Statue Park
as Bride, Copeland Wedding
as Wedding Minister
as Wedding Photographer
as Sister Elizabeth Scrabble
as Flower Girl
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Critic Reviews for The Wedding Planner
Suffers particularly in inevitable comparison with My Best Friend's Wedding.
McConaughey is insufferably smug as always, while the bewilderingly miscast Diva appears bored and impatient.
Occasionally so inept and embarrassing that it's almost physically painful to sit through.
So insipid, so willfully bland, that it will probably need no nips, tucks, trims or bleeps to be ready for flight play.
The work of la Lopez, who is as gifted as she is gorgeous, and by McConaughey, a dreamboat when he's at ease, is more than compensatory.
If you took My Best Friend's Wedding, showed it to a bunch of kids and then asked them to make the same film, they might come up with something like The Wedding Planner.
Audience Reviews for The Wedding Planner
Too many stereotypes. Just the kind of rom-com I don't really like.
I loved this film. One of Jennifer Lopez best films. A really great romcom!
Good rom com about a chance meeting of a couple who fall for each other. Only to discover the guy is getting married and the girl turns out to be his wedding planner.
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