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Breakup at a Wedding (2013)

PG-13 | | Comedy | 18 June 2013 (USA)
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A videographer captures an engaged couple's decision to proceed with a sham wedding after the bride calls off the ceremony and decides to break up with her partner, who secretly hopes that his surprise gift will ultimately change her mind.

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Victor Quinaz

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A.M. Lukas (as Anna Martemucci), Philip Quinaz | 1 more credit »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Alison Fyhrie Alison Fyhrie ... Alison Jones
Philip Quinaz ... Phil Havemeyer
Mary Grill ... Mary Kowalchik
Chris Manley ... Chris 'Bena' Benaschnaz
Michael LiDondici Michael LiDondici ... Mike Lido
Brian Shoaf ... Brian Jones
A.M. Lukas ... Lenka Jones (as Anna Martemucci)
Damian Lanigan Damian Lanigan ... Damian Haines
Giovanni P. Autran Giovanni P. Autran ... Giovanni the Florist
Victor Quinaz ... Vic James - Camera 1
David Harrison David Harrison ... David - Camera 2
Thyra Heder Thyra Heder ... Teera Hyde
Sian Heder ... Sean Hyde
Caitlin B. FitzGerald Caitlin B. FitzGerald ... Alison's Mom
Hugh Scully ... Alison's Father
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Having worked in the business for ten years, Vic James is a wedding videographer who will do anything to make the resulting video special for the bride and groom regardless of what s*** has gone on during the events. He is looking forward to his latest job filming Alison Jones and Phil Havemeyer's nuptials if only because Alison is a people pleaser, which means that she has given him unfettered access to everything for filming, while Phil is always distracted by being on his iPhone to bother noticing what Vic is doing. The night before the wedding at the rehearsal dinner, Alison gets a case of cold feet largely because of her parents' own failed marriage, with the resulting belief that she and Phil are destined to break up at some point in their lives, so better do it now than later. Being that people pleaser in not wanting to disrupt the lives of others who have placed their time and energy into the proceedings, Alison is able to convince Phil to go through with a wedding ceremony ... Written by Huggo

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There are too many wedding movies, and found-footage films. However you won't feel labored by the familiarity here. Seems to have a British humor quality to it, following "The Office" type of humor, or a little of "Death at a Funeral".

The cast is quite good. Nobody is trying too hard to be funny, and there are laughs, and even when there isn't it seems to have a charm to it throughout. Don't know what the budget what, but it has tight editing, and good unknown (to me) soundtrack selections. Does not feel like an independent film, but a something of cable or theatrical. Indies are flooding the market, and this one as of this date is lost in that shuffle. Also I love the Drew Struzan "Police Academy" type poster.


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