Valoraciones de La gran boda
You really can’t go wrong when your cast boasts (4) actors with a combined (20) Academy Award nominations (and (5) Oscars) between them. And after a few minutes “The Big Wedding” doesn’t disappoint.
A comedy that provokes only sadness, “The Big Wedding” features several stars that a casting agent would hire if trying to exact revenge on me personally. So no, I didn't go into “The Big Wedding” expecting much. Any critic who claims pure objectivity...
What is it about wedding movies that makes them so terrible? The genre seems to give filmmakers a license to indulge in predictable, overused jokes and half-assed plot contrivances.
New York Post
How many Oscar winners does it take to totally screw up a comedy? The brutally unfunny, cringe-worthy “The Big Wedding’’ provides ample opportunities for Robert De Niro, Diane Keaton, Susan Sarandon and Robin Williams to embarrass themselves.
Who doesn’t have a dysfunctional family? This lot certainly does. In the adaptation from the French film, The Big Wedding is a story of the many complexities of relationships within a family.
The diversions in the ensemble comedy "The Big Wedding" (that title flat enough for you?) are strictly actor-related, which is usually the case at the movies. For example, the way Diane Keaton selects an asparagus spear at a country club buffet while...
The premise at the heart of The Big Wedding is stupid. The story follows a groom (Ben Barnes) who convinces his divorced mother (Diane Keaton) and his divorced, now remarried father (Robert De Niro) to pretend they’re still together for the benefit...
Sacramento News & Review
A glance at the poster for The Big Wedding and its all-star cast—Robert De Niro, Katherine Heigl, Diane Keaton, Amanda Seyfried, Topher Grace, Susan Sarandon, Robin Williams—prompts wistful memories of the heyday of Robert Altman, when stars would line...
You know all those various permutations/rip-offs of the classic sci-fi/horror tale "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" in which aliens from another world arrive on Earth and assume human form in order to blend in with varying degrees of success?
The A.V. Club
It’s almost impressive how the moronic new ensemble comedy The Big Wedding manages to cram three hours’ worth of nonsensical subplots, extraneous characters, and implausible plot points into 90 minutes of streamlined idiocy.
If you see enough movies, you may start to absorb the lesson that any commercial comedy with the word ''wedding'' in the title is to be avoided. Films like The Wedding Planner and The Wedding Date overlap two flavors: corny and contrived.
Shadows on the Wall
The Big Wedding A contrived farcical plot very nearly sinks this family comedy. Fortunately, the actors play it relatively straight, avoiding the temptation to camp up the hilarity. As a result, each character's storyline has moments of darkness that...
One is very suspicious when a star-studded cast fronts the line-up for what seems to be a simple romantic comedy. Are they there to hide a lacklustre plot? Or is this what it takes for most rom-coms to succeed nowadays?
This sar-laden stinker from The Bucket List scripter Justin Zackham begins with Diane Keaton walking in on Robert De Niro going down on Susan Sarandon.