Wedding of a Lifetime


Action / Comedy / Family / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 86%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 86%
IMDb Rating 6.3/10 10 726 726


Top cast

Brooke D'Orsay as Darby
Mark Brandon as Vic Baldwin
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774.61 MB
English 2.0
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30 fps
1 hr 24 min
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1.55 GB
English 5.1
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30 fps
1 hr 24 min
Seeds 5

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Jackbv123 7 / 10


As to the story not being original, you don't have to look far in Brooke D'Orsay's resume to find another movie with a wedding contest story. The two have some big differences, but both are based on circumstances being out of control for the bride and groom.

I expected that and a story that was out of control as well. This story does push the envelope of silly situations, which are a negative for me, but it manages not to go so far as to lose me altogether. Just when things are going crazy, there are some sweet moments to pull it back.

Given that silliness is frequently intentional, the acting is good. The dialogue is good. I thought there was great chemistry between D'Orsay and Jonathan Bennett. The story follows one of the more obvious paths but then takes a turn that surprised me.

Reviewed by athompsonblue 6 / 10

Almost Nailed It!

It's a funny premise: A couple that's been engaged for ten years has lost the spark in their relationship, though they still care for each other as best friends. They mutually agree to split up. They go to tell their families, but receive the nationally televised surprise of being entered into a competition for engaged couples, with the prize of an all-expenses paid wedding. The two protagonists decide to go on and compete a few rounds, thereby having some fun while getting some much-needed publicity for their business dreams. You can guess what happens in the process.

Comedy is there, but I wish they had dialed it up to an eleven. Also, the first 13 minutes of the movie are depressing, showing the two unhappy protagonists. It should have been trimmed down to like 5 minutes. Finally, the scene of him yelling at her was base-breaking. An upset character can still use an indoor voice, and make at least some effort to not be a total jerk about it. His lame apology later didn't satisfy me.

Reviewed by MickyG333 5 / 10

Confusing and a mockery

5.4 stars.

What did I just see? Is there such a craze for reality tv these days that people fall for this kooky stuff? The first hour was ok, mainly a halfhearted attempt to provide a dose of reality. It's about two people who have been engaged for 10 years. First of all, they look to be in their mid 30s, and they never had kids, postponed due to injuries and family issues...I see no reason why they didn't just tie the knot years ago. The premise is too farfetched. Then they end up on a wedding reality show which is surreal and not fascinating. The contests are random and dumb, with no meaning, no point. I was thinking to myself: what is this juvenile garbage? And the acting was off plainly due to the odd dialogue. The actors don't know how to translate it onto the screen, and you can see they are struggling.

"Wedding of a Lifetime" was a wasted 2 hours of my life. So this is a joke, right? I'm waiting for the punchline. They attempted to bring order to the story in the last 15 minutes, but it was already too far gone.

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