Wedding Crashers (2005)

Rothe Blog Wedding CrashesFour and a Half Stars

Most of the time, I can take or leave Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. More so Owen Wilson, and that is true with this movie about Wilson at least, without Vaughn, you couldn’t have this movie. Wilson will never be able to carry something. But, my review is not bad, but good. Great as a matter of a fact.

I was nervous about this movie because of my feelings on those two. But what a hilarious movie. This movie did not depend on whether you found the two of them funny, but was a lot about situations. For whatever reason, I keep thinking about Meet the Parents. There are hardly any similarities, maybe a little bit in how you just feel for the guys and the terrible situations they get into, into some girl’s parents house.

But from the buckshot in the butt, the gay artistic brother, and the super cliche but somehow different jock boyfriend that sleeps around, this was a good love story, and a little bit of a coming of age story for these two guys. They get to see themselves for what they are, and there is even a guest spot by Wil Ferrell, which always makes for some awkwardly crazy moment. In this case, Ferrell is a guy who picks up grieving women at funerals.

Funny, not as raunchy as I would have pictured, but take that with a grain of salt as I am numb to most of that. Not something my parents or sister would ever find funny, but if you like this cast in these type of situations, it is just a little bit funnier because it is about weddings and that is a little more of a grown up concept. Vince Vaughn’s girl, very believable as the perfect freaky match for him.

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