Comedy doesn't get any broader than this insufferably cartoonish, blatantly derivative affair.
Too many stretches of "Wedding Palace" are so garishly lit and broadly overplayed that they seem more cartoonish than the actual animated sequences that pepper the live-action production.
There weren't only Brits partying at the BAFTA/LA tea party the night before the Emmys. A sprinkling of Yanks could be seen on the SLS Hotel terrace including Kiernan Shipka and “House of Cards”…
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Proving it's not just French comedies that travel, Film Factory has inked pre-sales in German-speaking Europe and Russia on Javier Ruiz Caldera's "Three Many Weddings," which world preems here…
"George (R.R. Martin) lays the trap beautifully. You never see the slaughter coming, but when you reread the chapter, all the clues are there and you curse yourself for being blind to them."
Indian director Mira Nair has come on board to direct crime comedy-drama “Bengali Detective” for Fox Searchlight. Scott Free and Michael Costigan are producing and Sabrina Dhawan is writing the…
This remake of a French farce awkwardly blends feel-good pablum and raunchy sex jokes.
Oscilloscope Laboratories is getting married to "Breakup at a Wedding," acquiring North American rights to Victor Quinaz's debut feature and setting a June 18 release date for VOD and digital…
Television yields relatively few pleasant surprises, and "The Wedding Band" falls squarely into that camp.
The ripple effect of an arranged marriage on an extended, problem-plagued Melbourne family is explored in director Amanda Jane's ambitious, fitfully amusing "The Wedding Party."
Not precisely mumblecore, since its dialogue hurtles along without pause, this fully scripted outing milks its characters' knee-jerk inanity to humanitarian ends.