Directed by: DAVID
Starring: OWEN WILSON, VINCE VAUGHN, CHRISTOPHER WALKEN, ISLA
FISHER, JANE SEYMOUR, WILL FERRELL, REBECCA DE MORNAY
Released by: New Line Cinema
positively, undoubtedly, "Wedding Crashers"
is the funniest movie to come along in years
and is a must-go movie-theater experience.
So Hard It Hurts
Wedding You'll Want to Crash!
buzz in Hollywood has been building for months around
"Wedding Crashers," with people saying it will
be the sleeper hit of the summer. Amazingly, this time
the hype is actually true, for "Wedding Crashers"
is so hilarious that word is going to spread like wildfire
that it really is the movie to see this season.
From the laugh-filled opening scene to the unforgettably
raunchy dinner party sequence to the unexpected ending,
"Wedding Crashers" satisfies on every level,
a side-splittingly funny film that will make your cheeks
and stomach actually hurt from laughing so hard.
Wilson and Vince Vaughn play two aging party boys who
delight in crashing strangers' weddings in order to hook
up with a different gal every time. Together they strike
just the right note of cool yet slightly pathetic dudes,
whose lives are flipped when they crash the ultimate wedding,
that of a big-time D.C. politico's eldest daughter.
hilarity comes fast and furious as the guys are swept
into that distinctly twisted family headed by patriarch
Christopher Walken, who gives a memorable performance
as the normal one in a family of freaks. And that's the
beauty of "Wedding Crashers." No one is what
you expect (wait until you see Jane Seymour as his wife),
making just about every scene a clever surprise as the
writers make sure not to do the predictable. Especially
watch for Australian actress Isla Fisher, who steals every
scene she's in as Vaughn's one-night stand gone haywire,
and Will Ferrell, whose cameo appearance is unforgettable.
while there are no mind-boggling special effects or huge
explosions to make "Wedding Crashers" the sort
of movie that cries out to be seen on the big screen,
there's a very different reason to head to the theater
to see this exemplary comedy. It is truly rare to experience
a huge room of people all laughing together so hard they
are crying; that's something that can't be duplicated
in your living room, and one that is too much fun to miss.