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Daniel Corleone's Movie Reviews (1781)

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The Wedding Crashers 
The Wedding Crashers review
3/4 stars

John Beckwith (Owen Wilson) and Jeremy Grey (Vince Vaughn) are wedding crashers who meet women, eat free food and drinks. The two crash the wedding of the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, William Cleary’s (Christopher Walken) daughter. Cleary's other daughters, Gloria (Isla Fisher) and Claire (Rachel McAdams), where John falls for Claire while Gloria gets obsessed with Jeremy. The uncouth Zack Lodge (Bradley Cooper), Claire’s boyfriend, does everything to keep him away.

The dialogue wasn’t bad for a comedy with lines such as “"I'm not perfect, but who are we kidding, neither are you. And you want to know what? I dig it.” “I mean like, like a human being right now, most dangerous game." from Jeremy and “"I'm just living the dream.”" from Chaz. Had a lot of comedic sequences especially with Gloria involved in the scenes. Soundtrack was somewhat not noticeable and tends to get cheesy towards the end. The Wedding Crashers start off with a huge bang then fizzles towards its conclusion.


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