The Wilde Wedding

Synopsis: A retired film star's wedding to her fourth husband brings chaos when their families (and her ex-husband) show up for the festivities.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Damian Harris
Production: Vertical Entertainment
 
IMDB:
4.9
Metacritic:
31
Rotten Tomatoes:
29%
R
Year:
2017
95 min
32 Views


She's coming with us for the weekend.

Well, honey, it's kind of

a special weekend, don't you think?

I brought a friend to her last wedding.

But you were five.

I brought a friend to your last wedding.

Thanks, babe.

Please, I finally erased

that whole debacle from my memory.

- Where's the car?

- Right there.

Come on.

Hello? Where the hell's Ethan?

(GRUNTING)

MACKENZIE:
My Uncle Ethan

says he's never getting married.

Oh, f*ck! My God! Ah!

MACKENZIE:
He says why would he,

with all the interesting people

he meets on social media these days?

Good boy, Yoyo. Good boy.

WOMAN:
Oh, hey, Guy. Yeah.

You heard the new tracks? OK.

I'm gonna have the number-one

album and the number-one tour

if you pull your finger out of your ass.

Do your job. I want arenas.

- Oh, honey, look. Look.

- No. Mom, please.

Yes, yes, yes. Hey, can you pull over?

Yes, yes, right here.

MACKENZIE:
The problem is

that when it comes to relationships,

examples have to be set.

But in my case, the adults setting them

are quite possibly

the worst examples known to man.

JIMMY:
Mom, Mom,

that slope near the boathouse.

Somebody's gonna go ass over backwards

into a lawsuit.

Well, it leads down to the lake.

I don't want to board it up.

Well, can we at least put up

a couple of signs?

Al, could you make up a couple of signs

that say "Beware of Steep Slope"?

- A sign?

- WOMAN:
Hello?

A sign's gonna save us

a million dollars if someone falls.

- We're in here.

- Mom.

WOMAN:
Hi.

Sam.

Sam can't pass a vintage clothing store

without begging me to stop.

- Hello, darling.

- What's up, buddy?

- That's for you.

- Come sit down.

- You look beautiful.

- Thank you.

Sam, just do what I do.

Donate all the clothes Mom gives me.

I think your mother

has a charming fashion sense.

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Damian Harris

Damian David Harris (born 2 August 1958) is an English film director and screenwriter. He is the son of the actor Richard Harris and socialite Elizabeth Rees-Williams. more…

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