Did People See the Same Movie I Did??? (by santiagonunez16)
In all honesty, I think people lie on the internet nah, really? when in all honesty we are all a bunch of strangers to each other. There's no need to claim you saw or did something for the sake of putting your name out there on an entertainment website. Having said that, I had the opportunity to check this movie out in spite of the bad reviews IMDb users gave it. Seriously, this is a comedy in which you can't take serious, it won't win any Academy Awards, but if you're looking for unexpected laugh out loud fun, this is it!! I don't think I laughed so hard at a movie in a <more>
long time and really didn't expect much from this movie because we ended up in the theater by luck. The movie we originally intended to see had sold out and through word of mouth of people exiting this movie, everyone we talked to came out smiling and recommended checking this out. It's always the one movie you never expect to like, you end up loving the most. The movie opens with Josh Gad looking for a best man after realizing his fiancé has planned an extravagant wedding using lots of bridesmaids. Unfortunately, while he's a successful tax attorney, he's also an unpopular loser with no friends. Enter the man of the hour, Kevin Hart, a hilarious pal to the pal-less. For the right price, he can make you look like a superhero to your fiancé, her family, and anyone else lucky enough to be in your presence. Sort of like an I Love You Man, but with better and more colorful characters, the audience I saw this with laughed so hard at times I couldn't hear the next scene. Kevin Hart has been a roll of late with Ride Along, and in here, he's actually funnier and original, but it's not just him. Josh Gad is flipping hilarious and reminded me a lot of the physical humor of the late, great Chris Farley. The supporting cast of stuttering stud, mullet manic depressive, and Asian with a third testicle, will keep you rolling on the floor with laughter. Be on the lookout for cameos by Joe Namath and Ed "Too Tall" Jones in a funny pick up game of football. Above all, I rate this movie a perfect 10, because it's funny, surprisingly refreshing, and a comedy that actually makes you laugh.
I personally thought the movie was HILARIOUS! The chemistry between Kevin Hart and Josh Gad was unexpected and welcomed. I laughed from the opening credits to end credits. And in my opinion their chemistry had a good effect on the cast's performance once the " who can say the dumbest line" dust was kicked in the air!? The comedic charisma was very electric as well as wrong in so many unprofessional ways! So don't take your kids and forget what the critics say, go see the movie laugh, "P" on yourself and have a good time. And if you haven't seen the movie <more>
SPOILER ALERT!!!! Yes the black guy gets the white girl at the end! Which black guy you ask? Well for that answer, you're going have to watch it to find out for yourself! Hope you enjoy it as much as I did, oh and try not to eat or drink during the film.
Great movie! Love the references (by Jordan555555)
I found Kevin Hart to be hilarious in this movie, it was a great comedy and great acting! There were plot twists and great amusement between Kevin Hart Jim and Josh Gad Doug . The part that i enjoyed the most was all the laughter and all the jokes between everyone in the movie, i would have to say the dancing was excellent and amusing at the same time. And I also found it extremely interesting at the end of the movie, as you may have caught this also, where Jorge Garcia says "I have a bad feeling about this flight," this was a reference to the television series "lost" <more>
where Jorge Garcia was a survivor of a plane crash and this perfectly tied into the series! An example of a great director and a great movie!
In the modern day movie world, it's rather hard to stumble upon a good comedy movie that's not slam packed with extremely gay gestures and ignorant comedy in which typically rely on verbally profound shock value to ease them by . Therefor for myself, personally I've seen very few comedies that I really could get into over the past several years. Well this movie just changed that for me, and it also brought back my hope for seeing more raw straight from the heart comedy movies. Kevin Hart's performance in this flick was on point. He hit every scene in the most appreciable <more>
way possible. If you are or were an Adam Sandler fan when he was in his prime, and you enjoyed his wild, moody eruptions, and peculiar, sporadic, behavior, then I think you will agree after viewing this film that Kevin Heart can definitely relate. This isn't the kind of comedy to sit down with your family and watch due to the strong language in certain scenes, and moderate nudity but, if you like raw, oddball comedies, with non-stop "laugh out loud" punchlines, then this movie will suit you perfectly. Grab some popcorn and a drink, get you better half to sit down with you and make it a date night. This one will really bring out the good spirits as you will both be laughing uncontrollably throughout this whole flick. ENJOY!!!
This is a movie you go see when you want to have a fun date night or friend night. I was laughing thought out the movie. I find today's comedies go a little over board and it becomes stupid. This movie was just enough where someone like me can really enjoy it from beginning to end. I'm still a little shocked how low the ratings got, especially how the viewers are rating it. Everyone I speak too all loved the movie. I recently watched Focus, which got a higher rating not by much and I found The Wedding Ringer MUCH BETTER. I am so surprised. I honestly think I should become a <more>
professional Movie rater because I am getting outraged over the fact that Focus got a better rating. Keep in mind I thought the movie Her was creepy and awkward and they got 94% on rotten tomatoes. Only the really artsy people would maybe enjoy that movie, or the super creepy? OK maybe I won't go that far. - Have I hit 10 Lines yet? Yes I have.
The wedding ringer is a about a guy Doug who basically is a workaholic and has never had any friends because of it. Now he has found the girl of his dreams and they are getting married he has become to realize that he has no friends to be his best man or groomsman. He is brought to a guy who has a business for guys like Doug, his business called TBM INC. which stands for The best mans inc. and it is a profitable business for the owner Jimmy. He charges a hefty penny for services also. I feel this movie is kind of a mix of different comedy based movies such as hangover, wedding crashers etc. I <more>
personally came to see this movie as I expected to get a few laughs from it, which I did and more. Kevin Hart overall I find to be a great actor/comedian. This movie is a good movie to go see but be advised there are curse words so if children are brought just be aware. Overall a great movie and my and I would most definitely watch the movie again.
I haven't laughed this much watching a movie in a very long time. It was truly a entertaining movie filled with laughter and comedy. A very positive and fun movie that will leave you with a big smile on your lips.I totally recommend this movie to anyone. Kevin Hart was great in his role, so was Josh Gad as well. I didn't expect this movie to be THIS good and funny. Loved every scene in this movie and each character in this movie was super hilarious. The only thing i can think of that wasn't that great was actually Kaley Cuoco-Sweetings acting, she was a bit annoying in this movie. <more>
But it doesn't matter everything else is perfect. You will not get disappointed in watching this movie, it will leave you with a big big smile on your lips.
A comedy starring Kevin Hart, The Wedding Ringer is a tale of a Jimmy Callahan Kevin Hart who has a business that help grooms survive the wedding process. In this case Doug Harris Josh Gad has found the woman of his dreams. He just has to give her the fairy tale ending she deserves. In comes Bic Kevin Hart to save the day for a small fee and allow the couple to live happily ever after. A silly funny film that makes for a good laugh and realize the silliness of putting needless pressures on a big day in a man and woman's life. A perfect movie for those days you want to have a big <more>
laugh. I enjoyed it and can't wait for my wedding day.
Mindless, stupid fun is what the movies have become in the comedy genre, especially during the summer times. Clever, witty humor is replaced by shallow gags and one liners, often buried amid mushy predictable plots that are present in most romantic comedies. However, every once in a while you manage to get a stupid movie that actually shines amidst the drab. For this reviewer, one movie fell into that category and it is the Wedding Ringer. Now I'm not saying this movie was the best, but there were a lot of things that I really enjoyed this movie. Why? Read on to find out. Think about most <more>
modern comedies where one or two jokes are the focus of our characters, with little divergence. Often this involves getting drunk off their rockers, getting high, or sexual situations that are a bit too on display. The Wedding Ringer for the most part manages to break from that mold and instead craft a film that is filled with a variety of laughs. Throughout the entire movie, fans will get their fill of funny, albeit simple gags that include situational comedy, alcoholic antics, environmental, and so many other styles that I don't have room to detail them all. Putting on a fake best man relationship I thought would have been stupid, and at times it is, but the concept is a bit of a change from the normal comedy film. The convoluted steps to pulling off the golden tux are presented like a master crime film, with planning, props, and coordination that pokes at the dramatic nature of those films. Injecting humor into the ridiculous team assembled, which if the looks don't get you, their qualities will. Even better is that the movie keeps things mixed up with the unifying lie of the "friendship" that is present. At one point we are pulling off fake trips only to transition into lying about a character's background before going to plan another component of the lie. It keeps it fresh, fun, and entertaining through the whole movie, and has the 101-minute runtime flying by. There almost wasn't a part I was laughing at, especially at the wittier jokes that reference a lot of popular culture. Of course stupidity is all in good fun, but in order to be relevant, make sense, and truly maximize the humor you need a story. Now the trailers for me made this story look like a simplistic tale that was just going to be bad like Let's Be Cops . Surprisingly though, and maybe this was due to low expectations, the tale impressed me more than I thought. The fake wedding planning is of course the main medium to which the comedy is brought out, but as the movie proceeds, you get to see a developing relationship between our two protagonists. For a guy like me, the issues each character had are relevant, especially in the desire for a real friend who wants to hang out with you for just being you. That morale is the strongest lesson of the bunch, and while sometimes a little preachy, avoids the overdramatic monologues that life lessons in film have become. Integrating character developing moments with this relationship, as well as into the comedy, further maximized the emotion surrounding this genre. I repeat that the story is not unique, and a little drawn out at times, but the more serious moments keep the comedy grounded to reset for the next wave of laughs. If you haven't guessed yet, the unifying force of my two previous paragraphs are the characters, who are only brought to life by the actors portraying them. So why don't we talk about them? Kevin Hart, the mad man of comedic craziness, is back in all his ridiculousness. In my previous reviews you'll know that Kevin's mindless screaming and tougher than all attitude gets old for me after a while. Fortunately, this movie provides a break from the stale ridiculousness that some of his parts have been. The role of Jimmy has added some suave to his character to make the lies and idiotic things he does not as in your face. Kevin actually has some clever lines, and his delivery was much better for me, focusing more on the timing and delivery, than the volume of his screams. For once I could actually understand everything he stood, a rare feat for the man. An added bonus is that his character was actually serious as well, again balancing the disproportionate insanity and providing a character I could actually latch on to. Josh Gad as well did a great job playing his stereotypical nerd role he has made famous. The shy and quiet nature seems to come natural to him, and the desires to break out of that shell must have been a goal of his for some time now. Many will find his bad luck, klutziness, and social awkwardness to be hilarious, and seeing his pathetic attempts to be normal had me in a laughing fit for most of the film. Of course the real magic comes from the chemistry between these two, and how effortless they are in blending with their supporting cast. You feel part of a brotherhood with these two, and the adventure they bring us on is not only fun, but also heartwarming at times. Wedding Ringer is not very original, but I had a lot of fun for the film. With the diverse comedy, the relatable character, and the good chemistry it has a lot of elements that will keep you entertained. Despite how predictable it is, I feel most will enjoy the film for what it is, especially those looking for a break from the mass produced milieu that the comedy genre has become. I'm encouraging all to give this film a shot in the theater and wish you as many laughs as what I had last night with it.