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Drunk Wedding (2015)

R | | Comedy | 22 May 2015 (USA)
John and Elissa's perfect destination wedding is derailed when their college friends get drunk on tequila.


Nick Weiss


Anthony Weiss (co-writer), Nick Weiss (co-writer)





Cast overview, first billed only:
Christian Cooke ... Jon
Victoria Gold Victoria Gold ... Elissa Bloom
Dan Gill ... Phil
Anne Gregory ... Daphne Bloom
Genevieve Jones ... Sarah
Nate Lang Nate Lang ... Ivan
Diana Newton Diana Newton ... Tammy
J.R. Ramirez ... Cal
Nick P. Ross Nick P. Ross ... Linc (as Nick Ross)
Bethany Dwyer ... Maggie
Corbett Tuck ... Gloria
Reynaldo Ruiz Reynaldo Ruiz ... Leo the Bartender
Claudette Canales Barreras Claudette Canales Barreras ... Mrs. Leo
Braulio Zapata Braulio Zapata ... Pedro
Reinaldo Sarate Reinaldo Sarate ... Room Service Employee


John and Elissa's perfect destination wedding is derailed when their college friends get drunk on tequila.

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: Rated R for strong sexual content including crude behavior, language throughout, and some drug use | See all certifications »

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Unknowns pretending to be juveniles
6 February 2019 | by timlittleSee all my reviews

It can be hard to review a movie that has absolutely no point to it - but I'll try in order to help prevent people wasting their limited time on this earth from sitting through this.

A more unpleasant bunch of characters you couldn't hope to meet. Loud, crass, exhibitionist, self indulgent and idiotic they are everyone's nightmare on holiday.....they think partying involves shouting at each other louder than everyone else and screeching at hand held cameras whilst pulling stupid faces.

This isn't amusing and at points you can almost sense one or two of the casts discomfort as they try and force wild laughter and carry out juvenile antics on their fellow travellers.

The handheld camera style of filming has surely reached the end by now. I hope so.

There's no meaningful story as such - someone's getting married somewhere and a bunch of dreadful people have gone with them - the acting is poor and the characters are truly repugnant.

I am at a loss to think who this might appeal to. I would be staggered to hear that someone would find it funny and disappointed that someone thinks this is how Americans should be depicted abroad.

2 stars ? Nicaragua looks nice - though no-one seems to have bothered showing much of it. The majority of scenes take place in hotel bathrooms.

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Release Date:

22 May 2015 (USA) See more »

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Destination Wedding See more »


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$3,301, 24 May 2015

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