Subtitle Bride Wars
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Ever since they were children, Liv (Kate Hudson) and Emma (Anne Hathaway) have dreamed of the perfect wedding. Becoming engaged at the same time, the two of them hire the same wedding planner (Candice Bergen) and begin the elaborate preparations. But after an accidental double-booking means one of the prospective brides will have to change her date or venue, the love between the fair friends changes to all out war.
Two couples that are living together finally decide to get married but the decision sparks a battle between life-long friends who resort to mean-spirited antics to disrupt the happiness of the other. A woman is stalked and threatened. Social drinking is frequently depicted including a bride who is drunk and other characters who consume alcohol or prescription pills to deal with stress. Brief sexual innuendo and comments are used in the script along with a lesbian remark. Women attend a party with male strippers. A woman at work is shown in a bra. Language contains infrequent profanities, frequent terms of Christian Deity and a couple of moderate sexual expletives.
Based on mounting evidence, one has to wonder whether Rachel Getting Married represents Anne Hathaway's only three-dimensional performance. She's not very good here and her lack of depth is expertly matched by Kate Hudson, who is in full bitch mode for most of the running time. We keep expecting Candice Bergen to do something witty but she never tries. And the guys are boring and largely interchangeable. There are three of them, which signals that maybe one of the brides is not with the correct groom. Some might consider that a spoiler but it's telegraphed early enough in the story that only those making frequent trips to the lavatory or snack bar (both good excuses to shorten the amount of time spent actually watching the movie) will be unaware of what's going on. In short, Bride Wars is a typical January movie: worth ignoring in favor of staying home and watching network TV reruns. There's more cheer to be gained from staring outside at a bleak and desolate winterscape in the twilight of a shortened day than paying good money to endure this example of cinematic offal.
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