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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.


Damian Harris


Damian Harris





Cast overview, first billed only:
Glenn Close ... Eve
John Malkovich ... Laurence
Patrick Stewart ... Harold
Minnie Driver ... Priscilla
Grace Van Patten ... Mackenzie
Jack Davenport ... Rory
Noah Emmerich ... Jimmy
Peter Facinelli ... Ethan
Yael Stone ... Clemmie
Lilly Englert ... Rose
Kara Jackson ... Bee
Rob Langeder ... Al
Brigette Lundy-Paine ... Lara
Paulina Singer ... Pink
Joe Urla ... Nelson


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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Everyone and their exes are invited.


Comedy | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language, sexual content and drug use. | See all certifications »

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Minnie Driver, as others in the movie, do their own singing vocals. See more »


At about 13 minutes in, when Rory is chopping cucumber, the close-up view shows him doing it slant-wise, making oval-shaped slices, but the wider view shows him cutting it straight across, producing circular pieces. See more »

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When they were young
12 July 2020 | by dierregiSee all my reviews

The best thing about this movie is a slight scent of nostalgia for Malkovich and Close as young actors. They worked together in the memorable Dangerous Liaisons and they're best remembered in that masterpiece.

However, time passes by so quickly and in this film Close plays Eve, a big, pluri-divorced movie star, while Malkovich is Laurence, her first husband and a slight caricature of himself, as a famous theatre actor with bigger professional reputation, but not Eve's fame or money. They both are good and so is Patrick Stewart, the British would be fifth husband.

Gathering to Eve's house before the wedding, these older characters acknowledge that their life is drawing to a close and they must find a way to deal with the dwindling time they have left.

Unfortunately, philosophical speculation is just a short interlude in a plot filled with too many characters. Coming to the wedding are Eve and Laurence's three grown-up sons, all single or divorced, their children, one ex-wife, plus the groom's two daughters and a truckload of young, half-naked female friends and lesbian lovers.

Most of the plot feels like a nightmare where you forget the name of the people they've just introduced and their relations to each other, while all the characters seem busy having casual sex with each other.

Probably that's the way it goes in the world of rockstars, famous novelist and movie stars, but that doesn't necessarily make a good movie. Shame about the mediocre script that suffocates Malkovich and Close's performances.

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15 September 2017 (USA) See more »

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