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Love, Wedding, Marriage

By S. Jhoanna Robledo, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Ho-hum romcom covers well-worn material; some iffy stuff.

Movie PG-13 2011 91 minutes
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age 13+

Based on 1 parent review

age 13+

My review (spolier alert at end)!

This was a great movie! Saw it with one of my girlfriends the other day and we laughed so hard! But it is a sex-based movie with the words Jesus used many times. The husband says he will hump his wifes vigina some time this week, and they also make out on top of one another in the morning and he clearly is in his boxers and her only in a sexy night gown. It also has a scene where the young married couple start the dry to have sex on it, and when they are kissing profusely and starting to undress each other, the father walks in on them. But the movie has a good message to it, and that is, the daughter tries to keep together her parents who are in the process of spliting up after a 25 year marriage because they are un-satisfied with one another. In one scene the daughter tells her husband to take her father for a guys night and then the father is shown drinking vadka out of a younger womans belly button and the younger woman is only in a bra and very low cut jeans. But in the end the parents stay together and the married couple end up having a child together! Great movie though!

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
Too much sex
Too much swearing

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
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Kids say (1 ):

LOVE, WEDDING, MARRIAGE is as ho-hum as the advice that the supposedly wise Eva dispenses to her hapless clients. The dialogue and plot are ridden with cliches -- for example, during an argument with Charlie, Eva complains, of all things, about the empty toilet paper roll in the bathroom.

Though Moore and Lutz try their best, they just don't have chemistry. (On the other hand, Alyson Hannigan makes a cameo and nearly steals the show. And Seymour is fairly authentic and grounded.) And must every workshop coordinator be loud and quirky? Ultimately, this is one of those paint-by-numbers dramedies that you're better off skipping.

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