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Review: Old pros put impending nuptials through wringer in 'The Big Wedding'

7:26 PM, May 1, 2013
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Coarse, crude but often cute, "The Big Wedding" serves up the spectacle of its title, and the bigger spectacle of four AARP-eligible Oscar winners cursing like sailors.

A teasing sex farce littered with f-bombs and c-words, it's the filthiest (sounding) movie of the year - so far.

Justin Zackham's adaptation of the French comedy "Mon frere se marie" benefits from old pros Diane Keaton and Robert De Niro, Susan Sarandon and Robin Williams, all playing cynics conspiring or blundering into butchering the wedding of poor Missy (Amanda Seyfried) and Alejandro (Ben Barnes). ...

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