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Thursday, 17 August 2017

Mini Retro Review: The Big Wedding (2013) #badmovies

The Big Wedding

Oh boy. Another truly terrible Robin Williams film from the (post) 2000s, which yet again (how many times have I said this? Too many, that's what) is indicative of how bad and worse his career literately became right after One Hour Photo and Insomnia, The Big Wedding features a star ensemble in Robert De Niro and Susan Sarandon, of whom they too ought to have known better than sign up to this unfunny dross. Film is about one family where each member are having difficulties in their relationships and they get resolved, one way or another. Just like a rom-com. Robin Williams plays an unfunny recovering alcoholic priest, in yet another wasteful role of his (again, speaking as a fan, why Robin? Why). Endless immature sexual jokes uttered by the likes of veterans De Niro, Diane Keaton, Sarandon and Williams in a brazen attempt of theirs to bring some relevancy to their careers, when in turn, it's yet an excuse for them to collect their pay cheques, rather than for the quality of the material on hand. & quality this film isn't. Poor and cheap gags and some of the poorest attempts at humour I've seen, characters one could care less about & one of the worst films of 2013. 

& it's lame in every sense of the word also. 

Is It Worth Seeing?

Utterly joyless movie with stars who only did it for the money. This is one wedding that doesn't deserve a reception, nor should it be attended by anyone. Me included. 


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