Monday, June 13, 2011

Top 5: Wedding Movies

IT'S WEDDING SEASON! Actually, I think wedding season officially started a couple of weeks ago, but whatever.

Depending on how old you are, your friend group may be of that age where each wedding season one or two of them are off ending their lives...without killing themselves. Just turning into boring scrabble playing, bird watching, home depot shopping married people. Shutter. Lone wolves for life.

Anywhos...my soon to be married friendies always love to watch wedding movies, and yours may too. So here is the top 5 wedding movies that you should let them choose from. (End of story, nothing else).

Wedding Crashers
All time fave. One of the most hilarious movies of our generation AND starring Rachel McAdams. How can one go wrong with this? I prefer the unrated version. "Death you are my bitch lover."

Sweet Home Alabama
One of Reese Witherspoon's best pieces of work. If you are wanting a chick flick this is the one that I would recommend. It is the best love triangle ever. The only one I have ever seen where you don't hate the person she doesn't choose. There is no way you can't be torn when Patrick Dempsey is in the picture.

Father of the Bride (1991)
This is how I will always remember Steve Martin. Every female who still abides by the "chick's family pays" rule should watch this movie and not put their father through such hell.

Sex and the City
I know, this is not one of the best ones ever...BUT, I would watch it for the dresses alone. The ending blows, but if you stop it about 5 minutes before the end you have yourself one hell of a movie.

The Hangover
This ones for the boys. If your woman tries the "let's watch a wedding movie" crap on you, you smile and say 'aight', pop in the Hangover and ignore her pouting whines. This is all about a wedding...actually there is 2 weddings. So it makes the list.

There are other classics that I am sure people think should have made the list, such as Runaway Bride or My Best Friends Wedding...I am not a fan of either of these movies. The "I can't figure my shit out" character that Julia Roberts plays in these annoys me.

XOXO
Jes...

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