“In the opinion of the world, marriage ends all, as it does in a comedy. The truth is precisely the opposite: it begins all. “ ~Anne Sophie Swetchine
Magazine publishers are determined not to let us forget about the wedding of the Century between the Brits, William and Kate. “Collector’s Issues” of magazines featuring the Royal Wedding now line the racks of drugstores, grocery stores and news stands everywhere.
Being released in just in time for the busiest month of the year for weddings, is the latest movie about marriage called “Bridesmaids.” It is opening in theatres today! From the sound of it, June brides may want to take time from putting the finishing touches on their plans for the big day, to go see it. It may put what seems like abnormal strain and stresses of planning and carrying off a wedding, into prospective. To watch a trailer of “Bridesmaids” or to listen to film critic Richard Roeper’s review of this new cinema release, please visit http://bit.ly/kJaobE.
Matrimony is a very serious commitment, yet hilarious and unexpected circumstances do sometimes occur even though every minute by minute detail has been organized and planned. Wedding day bloopers and blunders are the basis of many funny film parodies about this day of celebration.
On this Film Friday, let’s mention a few other films about marriage that are popular picks:
- Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
- Princess Bride
- My Big Fat Greek Wedding
- Father of the Bride (Spencer Tracy)
- Father of the Bride (Steve Martin)
- The Bride of Frankenstein
- The Wedding Planner
- Have a fun weekend! Put your feet up and watch a movie about what is a very fulfilling “institution”, as long as the relationship turns out to be right!
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