By Ryan Parsons | Image property of New line Cinema
Can Vaughn and Wilson carry Crashers?
I so want Wedding
Crashers to be funny. Vaughn has begun to slip on a downhill
slope with films that include Dodgeball. Wilson's charm is not what it used
to be either, and these guy are having issues creating a descent comedy.
Could Wedding Crashers be their salvation or another step on the slippery
stope? Well, judging by this early review, things don't look up.
Wedding Crashers Review
recently received one of the first reviews for the upcoming film Wedding
Crashers. All I want is for this film to be funny, but things don't
look good. To see what I mean, check out a snippet from the review below:
The movie is mediocre, it's not easy to hate, but the climax helps. If I had to pick my very least favorite type of scene to have in a movie, it would be the ones they always have at the climax of these types of movies, where the filmatists try to push the word CONTRIVED so far that it loses its meaning. You know, the scene where the lead has to confess their love and the audience has to pretend for 5 or 10 minutes that they've never seen humans before and have no idea how they behave. In this one, it's a scene where Owen Wilson rudely interupts his best friend's wedding vows to make a long speech to the woman who hates him, in front of the whole congregation.
To check out the entire early review for Wedding Crashers at AICN.