Two gorgeous actresses, Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson. Anne on her way up, Kate starting to choose bad films and maybe on her way down. But, both are so beautiful in this film. Gorgeous. You want both of them, you could just...just...eat them up they are so beautiful.
So why in the world did I think half way through this film, they missed the whole point, why didn't they just have these two gorgeous women marry eachother? The plot was set for exactly that answer, the two finacnes are unics that are around rarely. The two spend a lot of time together. They love shopping for wedding gowns? Well why not just make this a movie about two gorgeous women getting married? It would have been 10000% funnier.
Yes the film is bad. It's especially horrible in a really awful economic time. Who in the world would obsess over a wedding as much as these two do? Yes there are certainly circles, but an hour and a half film...
The filming is pretty good. Kate and Anne are made up perfectly in every single scene. They are as gorgeous as possible. There was a nice creative moment when the two started planning their weddings and started shopping; the still image with green screened backgrounds - they looked like postcards, simply beautiful.
Why didn't I care for this film? It was 100% predictible. And there wasn't much new in this hackneyed formula.
I can safely say that, without a doubt, Bride Wars is the worst film I have ever seen. Granted, I did not see this of my own free will. What truly sucks about it is that it could have worked if it had been written in a different way. It could have worked as a dark comedic satire of how shallow women perceive weddings. It could have worked as a psychological thriller about two womens' descent into madness over their weddings. It could have even worked as a love story about lesbianism. Even as … more
Of all the chic flicks that came out in 2009, this was probably the most original one. Gone is the sappy romance between guy and gal. Gone are the one-night stands, overbearing families that complicate relationships, and unintended romances. This movie is simply about two girls, best friends since childhood, who by accident have their weddings scheduled on the same day at the same place. They then proceed to destroy each other as a way of getting the other one to postpone the wedding. Would something … more
Liv and Emma (Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway) are long-time best friends who dreamed of weddings at New York's Plaza Hotel. After they both get engaged, they go to an elite wedding planner (Candice Bergen) who manages to bungle things and, wouldn't you just guess, both weddings are scheduled for the same place, date, and time. Oh, the horror! Watching this comedy actually made me depressed. The two young ladies were so self-absorbed … more
Chick-flick entertainment served up in multi-tiered wedding cake with extra frosting. Those of you who loved The Wedding Planner, girlfriend adventure flicks, revenge films, 27 Dresses and the whole idea of weddings should love every second of this mostly clean, mostly entertaining movie. Emma and Liv are best friends until a wedding date at THE Plaza interferes. Then it's gloves off, head gear on, underground cat fight. Several laugh out loud moments … more
"If I were your wedding, I'd be sleeping with one eye open..." Short Attention Span Summary (SASS): 1. BFFs Emma (Anne Hathaway) and Liv (Kate Hudson) dream of their dream weddings at the Plaza Hotel 2. This is the one thing that Emma has ever wanted 3. Liv always gets everything she wants 4. Oops! Both weddings get booked for the same day 5. Open warfare commences 6. For most of the movie … more
How important is the perfect wedding? Emma (Anne Hathaway) and Liv (Kate Hudson) have been best friends since childhood and each has always dreamed of an extravagant wedding at the Plaza hotel. When both friends get engaged in the same week, they rush to the exclusive wedding planner Marion St. Claire (Candice Bergen) to book the perfect weddings at the Plaza hotel. The reservations get mixed up and both weddings end up scheduled on the same day and, since there are no other suitable openings available at the Plaza, the friends find themselves in the impossible situation of having to decide who will sacrifice her long-held dream and change venues. It turns out that neither woman is willing to give up her plans for a perfect wedding and the friends turn against one another in a hilarious battle that results in everything from blue hair to rumors of pregnancy and embarrassing home videos accompanying one bride's walk down the aisle. Can even a life-long friendship survive the emotional turmoil of two weddings gone wrong? Bride Wars is an amusing look at the trials of friendship and love that's sure to inspire laughter and perhaps even a tear or two. --Tami Horiuchi