The Wedding With A Twist

If you’re having a bad day or just in the mood for a good laugh, I would recommend renting “The Wedding Ringer.”


“The Wedding Ringer” stars both Kevin Hart and Josh Gad (voice of the lovable snowman Olaf in Disney’s most recent success, “Frozen”).

In the movie, Doug (Gad) is getting married to the beautiful Gretchen (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting).

The wedding is a week away and Doug has yet to find anyone to be his best man and six groomsmen.

Moving from town-to-town when he was younger, Doug never really had time to make friends before the next move.

This is when he meets Jimmy (Hart) who is in the business of hiring groomsmen and even filling in as the best man at times.

Never before have they even considered trying to pull off a best man and entire party of groomsmen that they call The Golden Tux.

Feeling bad for Doug, however, Jimmy reluctantly agrees to try to pull this off for him and not having much time, puts together a party of rugged groomsmen.

Jimmy takes the role of best man Bic Mitchem, the name Doug made up to cover with his fiance.

Hanging out and throwing an unforgettable bachelor party, the group tries to get to know as much as possible about Doug before the big day.

In the midst of this wild cover-up, the guys really begin to bond and become friends.

The only question, now, is with all these lies, will this group of guys be able to pull of The Golden Tux with his fiance being none the wiser?

Go rent this very comedic movie to find out.

It is rated R for “crude and sexual content, language throughout, some drug use and brief graphic nudity.”

This hilarious film gets a 3.5 out of 5 stars and did fairly well on its opening weekend, making $24.5 million.

I would recommend this movie mainly to young adult males since it seemed to have a lot of guy humor in it, but I think any young adults would enjoy this movie.

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Kara Sasiela

Kara Sasiela

Kara Sasiela is a staff journalist for MBU Timeline majoring in communication studies and minoring in broadcast media and journalism. Along with working in the communications studio, she helps stream various sports games throughout the year. Her love for Christ plays a huge role in her life as well as the importance of her friends and family.


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