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It's a nice movie about a couple that is going to merry and invite their friends to spend the wedding weekend in their home. Some of these friends know each others, but others don't. It's funny to see how they all relate!
This movie is half comedy, half drama, but it's a very "smooth" and "light" film Like other IMDb user said it's very "easy to watch" The drama part is related to old frustrations of some characters, things unsolved from the past, but it's not too dramatic or melodramatic, no, it's a very "light drama" The comedy parts are the funny scenes, which are very simple but effective! They aren't so many, but enough to make you laugh!
I also loved some characters: "Pockets" (played by Jon Abrahams) which is pretty funny; "Jennifer" (Lauren German) the lesbian girl; "Elise", the bride (Amy Adams), which is extremely sweet (!); and finally "Lana" (Mena Suvari), the "confused" girl
All in all it's a nice film about love and human relationships (woman-man and even woman-woman )! The wedding stuff is just plot's background!
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