Ritchie is a Glaswegian chancer with low hopes and no prospects. Disillusioned with city life, he goes undercover at a Highland conservation centre to make his fortune as an illegal pearl ... See full summary »
An unassuming pet photographer is thrown into serious action, adventure and romance when he's forced to marry a Croatian bride and spend his honeymoon at a remote tropical resort where she is kidnapped.
Soulmates Alexandra (Talulah Riley) and Jeremy (Matthew McNulty) are getting married. At least that's the plan. Unfortunately for them, nonchalant best man Peter (Noel Clarke), bridesmaid Sarah (Mena Suvari) and an army of naysayers haven't heard they're meant to be together. Can missing bridesmaids, crashed cars, a trip to A&E, and a delivery of pigs testicles stand in the way of true love?Written by
I'm an 18 year old teen journalist so here's a young perspective! I thought it was awesome!
The Knot is a fun-filled film full of funny moments and excellent British cinematography. Throughout the movie two characters (a couple who are good friends of the bride and groom) film the entire wedding. I particularly liked this element as this is exactly what our generation is like! We're constantly capturing moments, whether that be through Instagram or making Youtube videos and sharing it on Facebook and Twitter. It was relevant, memorable and oozed modern humour - Noel Clarke's and Brett Goldstein's delivery was jokes!
Great choice of cast, an eclectic mix of British talent joined by Hollywood star Mena Suvari - names both older and younger audiences are familiar with/can relate to.
I went to two screenings, one packed with an industry audience the other was a public screening. Both crowds showed their enjoyment, there was lots of laughter and overall a positive vibe.
I'd recommend it to my college mates, couples and anyone who fancies a good fun night out!
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