Big thanks to Sara for helping me get this thing going and going through NUMEROUS images/colors/etc. before settling on this one.
If it weren’t for her perseverance, quick wit, and harassment, I may have ended up with a sweaty phallic-like image on my banner.
Wait… why was that a bad idea again?
Horrible, mildly funny. Not even worth the $4 at Blockbuster.
Only decent part is Sedric the Entertainer dancing and doing cheerleading. And it’s for like 5 seconds.
The end Good day.
Great Quote:Chaz: MOM! MEATLOAF! FUCK!
When I saw that Vince Vaughn had a new comedy coming out, I knew right away I would make the trip to the theatre for this one. Never been a big Owen Wilson fan, but I knew from the previews it would be worth it anyway.
My friend Loree and I decided to grab some dinner at Outback (mmm.. bloomin onion) and head over to the “early” 7:55pm show. Buying our tickets, we were informed that there were only about 25 seats left in the theatre, but luckily we found 2 seats together.
Wedding crashers starts out strong - the banter between Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson is so rapid and fast-paced that it is very easy to miss pieces. This one requires full attention at times. By the time you reach your greasy fingers into the popcorn bucket, the next joke flies right over your head.
The story goes the way you see in the previews. These two thirty-somethings hit up all the weddings they can find. Making up identities, stories and even tricks to each situation, their goal is to hook up with the ladies.
Grab that net and catch that beautiful butterfly, pal!
But in order to mold a plot, Owen ends up infatuated with a woman that he sees and meets at one of their “crashes”. Keeping with the rules and tradition, Vince finds his target and gets a lot more than he asked for. She turns out to be a “Stage 5 Clinger” - which means she was a virgin before Vince. Vince wants to bolt - Owen wants to stay. So they stay… for days.. and days… with his woman’s family while he tries to woo her away from her psychotic, OCD, fiancee.
I don’t want to ruin the movie if you haven’t seen it. But it’s worth seeing. It’s hilareous, CAN be slow in parts, cheesy in parts, but it’s one not to take TOO seriously anyway. It was slightly more vulgar than I expected (which isn’t necessarily bad), had quite a bit of topless nudity and the sexual references and jokes were non-stop. I only mention this in case someone has a teenager begging to see this. I’m not quite sure even a teenager should see and hear some of it.
Wow, that’s the mother in me talking.
ANYWAY, The cameo makes it alllllllllll worth it, trust me.
Enjoy, let me know what you think.
Ok, thanks to Sara I finally got off my lazy ass and installed Wordpress.. I’ve caved and joined the world of blogging. I figure it will give me something to do at work. HA.. Plus I think I have a lot of things to say.. I think.. I guess we’ll see.
Right now I’m to sleepy to write much. It’s about 5:30am and I’m watching my child shovel cheerios in his face. I don’t function this early unless forced.
Wow, what a great first post. haha.. more later…….