Some are hot, some will flop; here's our take on the top wedding movies for the coming months.
By Amy Eisinger for WeddingChannel.com
What it is: It's been called the women's version of The Hangover. From the producers of Superbad, it's about maid of honor Annie (Kristen Wiig), who attempts to help her best friend, Lillian (Maya Rudolph), through the trials and tribulations of planning a wedding. Fair warning: Get ready for two hours of elbow-your-friend puke and fart joke fun -- and a heartwarming conclusion. (Opens May 13 everywhere)
Who it's for: Fans of the gross-out humor of comedies like Knocked Up.
Who to bring: Your maid of honor, natch.
What it is: Younger and shorter Sam (Michael Angarano) crashes the wedding of the love of his life, Zoe (a positively statuesque Uma Thurman), in an attempt to win her back from a famous and self-absorbed documentary filmmaker, Whit (Lee Pace). (Now playing in select cities)
Who it's for: Those who just love a good love story -- no matter how many times the tale's been told. Original? Maybe not. But this one looks perfect for every hopeless romantic.
Who to bring: A friend with a strong shoulder -- to cry on.
What it is: Singleton Rachel (Ginnifer Goodwin) falls for her good friend Dex (hottie Colin Egglesfield), who just happens to be marrying her best friend, Darcy (Kate Hudson). Drama ensues.
Who it's for: Every girl who's ever watched her frenemy take that hot guy to senior prom even though she knew you'd been crushing on him all semester. (Opens May 6 everywhere)
Who to bring: Your real best friend, who would never date anyone you were even slightly interested in.
When Harry Tries to Marry
What it is: Indian-American college dude Harry (Rahul Rai) asks his parents to arrange a marriage for him with an Indian woman. While plans go forward for his nuptials with Nita (Freishia Bomanbehram), things get complicated as Harry develops feelings for his American friend Theresa (Stefanie Estes). (Now playing in select cities)
Who it's for: If you loved the romance and culture of Slumdog Millionaire and the NYC backdrop of When Harry Met Sally, this one's right up your alley.
Who to bring: That guy you've been eyeing in the morning Starbucks line. This lighthearted and uber-colorful film (with choreographed group dances and breathtaking shots of India) would make a perfect first date.
Love, Wedding, Marriage
What it is: No sooner has marriage therapist Eva (Mandy Moore) tied the knot with Charlie (Kellan Lutz) than she's flung head-on into her hardest job yet: saving her parents from divorce. Meanwhile, Eva learns Charlie has had a previous marriage -- and her father has also been keeping some secrets. (Opens June 3)
Who it's for: If you can buy the idea that Moore has enough know-how to be a marriage therapist and that Lutz has enough depth to pull of the kind of duplicity required to keep a previous marriage secret -- then yes, this film is for you.
Who to bring: Your girlfriend and fellow "Twihard" fanatic. We hear there are lots of gratuitous shots of Lutz's abs.
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