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Destination Wedding (2018)

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The story of two miserable and unpleasant wedding guests, Lindsay and Frank, who develop a mutual affection despite themselves.

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Victor Levin

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Victor Levin
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Cast

Credited cast:
Keanu Reeves ... Frank
Winona Ryder ... Lindsay
Dj Dallenbach ... Bride
Greg Lucey ... Frank's Stepfather
D. Rosh Wright ... Frank's Mother
Ted Dubost Ted Dubost ... Groom
Donna Lynn Jones Donna Lynn Jones ... Frank's Stepfather's Girlfriend
Michael Mogull Michael Mogull ... Wedding Officiant
Curt Dubost Curt Dubost ... Father of the Bride
Scott Andrews Scott Andrews ... Tenor Sax Player
Sean Sullivan Sean Sullivan ... Conga Drum Kit Player
James Gallardo James Gallardo ... Upright Double Bass Player
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The story of two miserable and unpleasant wedding guests, Lindsay and Frank, who develop a mutual affection despite themselves.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Rated R for language throughout and sexual content | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 August 2018 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Destination Wedding See more »

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Winona Ryder (Lindsay) and Keanu Reeves (Frank) hold the only on-screen speaking roles in the movie. Movies playing on the TV in their rooms and announcements made over PA systems are the only other voices heard. See more »

Goofs

Around the 1:20:21 mark, when the two are debating in bed, Frank finishes his glass of wine. A minute later this glass is filled again in a wide shot as Frank reaches for it and takes a sip. See more »

Quotes

Lindsay: Howard left your mother?
Frank: 'Left' is not a strong enough word. Fled.
Lindsay: For an older woman?
Frank: He would have left for an otter. Anyway, leaving is leaving.
Lindsay: No, no. Leaving for a younger woman is awful, it's horrible. But leaving for an older woman is perverse.
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Features Scarlet Street (1945) See more »

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Start Again
Written by Francesca Richard, Harlin James and Paul Lewis
Under License from FirstCom Music, Inc.
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Very wordy and clever, laughed out loud and found it amuzing
8 September 2018 | by amerry-21798See all my reviews

Just saw this movie with my 18 year old son. We both laughed out loud. It is a very verbose script with lots of sardonic humor and dialogue. But we really liked it. Always a fan of Rider and Reeves. They are just my generation and I have a certain affection for their movies. What was surprising is that my teenage son liked it so much. I was a little skeptical taking him to see it because I knew it had mixed reviews. In the end he said he found it entertaining. The whole movie is all about the two charters meeting each other and their interpretation of the wedding. There is no other context or character interaction, but it works. It's an amusing delightful weird unorthodox relationship movie.


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