Love Wedding Marriage: Film Review
Mandy Moore and Kellan Lutz star in Dermot Mulroney's directorial debut, a flat romantic comedy about a psychologist who tries to save her parents' marriage.
A romantic comedy that would have seemed insipid even in 1953, Love Wedding Marriage is one of those unnecessary films that makes your scream (or least wonder), “Why?” Why did anyone think this, instead of almost anything else, was worth making? Why did Dermot Mulroney decide that this was the right material for his directorial debut? Why is the normally smart IFC Films involved with this? The answers already lie among the mysteries of the ages. The film is available on VOD beginning May 1, with theatrical release to follow June 3.
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