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The Wilde Wedding (2017)

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A retired film star's wedding to her fourth husband brings chaos when their families (and her ex-husband) show up for the festivities.

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... Eve Wilde
... Laurence
... Harold
... Priscilla Jones
... Mackenzie Darling
... Jimmy
... Ethan Darling
... Clementine
... Rose
... Bee
... Al
... Lara
... Pink
... Nelson
... Sam
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A retired film star's wedding to her fourth husband brings chaos when their families (and her ex-husband) show up for the festivities.

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Rated R for language, sexual content and drug use. | See all certifications »
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15 September 2017 (USA)  »

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Entre dos maridos  »

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This film reunites Glenn Close and John Malkovich. Last seen on screen together in "Dangerous Liasons". See more »

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Where's Harold?
2 July 2018 | by See all my reviews

The Wilde wedding is that of Eve Wilde, a retired actress about to marry for the 4th time. Invited to the wedding is her ex-husband, her children, her grandchildren, her husband to be, his daughters, a few exes and a friend or two throw in. When introduced to guests/characters, a predictable chaos ensues. Harold (Patrick Stewart) is the groom to be who believes Eve will be the one to change him. Her ex-husband Laurence (John Malkovich) is both comfortable and uncomfortable as a guest in his own home.

The setting is supposedly in an upstate New York home, the grounds are beautiful, the home is spacious and classic. They all appear to be getting along until the pivotal event occurs, but of course you knew there would be one. It all ends as you think it will. Still I liked the film, why? Because it has some of my favorite actors in it and it didn't have some hidden meaning in the end. Good film with a glass of wine and an appetizer.

Suggestion: Pino grigio and crab dip


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