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Love, Wedding, Marriage(2011)

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  • Ain't That A Kick In The Head!

    • JD
    • 9/10/15

    Mandy Moore stars as a marriage counselor, newly married, who finds that her parents have separated and are planning to divorce one another soon. Of course, that doesn't go over well with Mandy. She then spends the majority of this film trying to figure out her parents marital problems, help them reconcile, all the while she begins to doubt her own marriage. OK. There's good and bad here in this movie. The good? I enjoyed Mandy Moore, the star of this film, and some of the support cast as well. Many Moore, best known as a singer-songwriter and musician with several pop hits a while back, always comes off as a likable woman. Certainly a pleasant personality on screen. Jane Seymour and Jessica Szohr, despite the film's script, do the best they can. This film was a big box-office bomb, a commercial and critical flop. In the eyes of most, a complete dud. Myself, I find it to be not quite that bad, certainly better than it's reputation. The bad? I didn't much care for the story, or at least how it was done here, and some of the cast I found to be a bit annoying. The main offender here, being James Brolin. I never much cared for him, and this film doesn't change my mind on that. He plays the part of Mandy' father as if he were in an alcoholic stupor. Kellan Lutz, who plays Mandy's on-screen husband, I can give or take him here. He likely did the best he can, but a different leading man may have helped this film. I feel for Mandy Moore, a talented woman with a presence. This movie is OK, but she deserves better. A decent film, worth a watch.

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