The Wedding Pact

2014

Action / Comedy / Romance

74
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 13%
IMDb Rating 3.8 10 2078

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Haylie Duff as Elizabeth Carter
Alison Becker as Date #3
Angie Everhart as Laura
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1hr 31 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by aseelabduljawad 1 / 10

crappy, spoiler alert

Major let down.

The story line+acting+choice of actors was horrible. The only reason I watched the movie in the first place was because I like Haylie Duff.

It's one of the worst movies ever made, Not only that but also most of the story line doesn't even make any sense, a guy coming back after 10 all of a sudden into her life. The jokes as well were very cheesy, I was waiting for it to get better it only got worse.

Reviewed by bobchilders 10 / 10

Cinema magic; Haylie Duff does it again

I think we all remember what our reaction was at the news that Haylie Duff would be starring in a romantic comedy opposite the multifaceted Chris Soldevilla: who the %$#! is Chris Soldevilla? All joking aside, of course we remember him from his stellar performance in the 2000 classic "Coyote Ugly" and eagerly anticipated his performance as Mitch in this film. We were not disappointed. Through forceful performances like this movie, Soldevilla has quietly built a reputation as a major player in the comedy genre, even as he has expanded his range in drama through such vehicles as "7 Minutes" (2014). We all eagerly anticipate future entries in the Soldevilla oeuvre.

But as flawless and nuanced as Soldevilla is in "The Wedding Pact," the real acting tour de force in this film comes from Haylie Duff. We all see in Duff the depth and range of a young Meryl Streep and the wit and witticisms of a youthful Joan Blondell. She doesn't disappoint in this outing. As Elizabeth, Duff has solidified her position as the grand dame of romantic comedies, rivaling the comedic talents of such actresses as Carole Lombard and Edna Purviance.

And who can forget Matt Berman, the wunderkind writer/producer who made this all possible. We all know him from the 2000 masterpiece "F.A.R.T.: The Movie," which the AMPAS shocking passed over in its nominations for a Best Director Oscar. Sam Mendes got lucky with "American Beauty" that year and we all know it. Travesties aside, the Academy will simply not be able to look the other way at Berman's brilliance in "The Wedding Pact" and maintain itself as a legitimate organization.

One cannot find a more scrumptrulescent outing than "The Wedding Pact." Watch and be amazed; talent like this doesn't come along often.

Reviewed by chrisc145 8 / 10

IMDb has its limits

Overall bad reviews of a great little film. Just hits a juicy and original vibe. Each scene has its own unique angle - even if the plot point it is carrying is no big surprise but then who cares? a movie comes at you one scene at a time - and each scene is fun - kind of like Friends. And I really warm to the two main actors. Genuine gems and surprises to be found. Napoleon Dynamite is the pinnacle but this is at least climbing the right mountain. Chris Cook I need to say a bit more. Well let's look at the scene where Mitch is taking a wee and a random randy woman approaches him - it's just very fresh how this pans out - it reveals his true feelings for Elisabeth but in a slightly surreal way - then the woman's brother arrives and does something strange in the garden. The whipping post scene is another good'un. Do check this out and Watch Without Prejudice.

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