Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Martin Freeman, Jessica Hynes, Stephen Mangan, Meredith MacNeill, Robert Webb
Director: Debbie Isitt
Genres: Indie & Art House, Comedy
Say "I do" to this hilarious "mockumentary" about a trio of wacky couples who vow to win the coveted title of "Most Original Wedding of the Year." The dueling duos include the tuneless Matt (Martin Freeman) and Sam (Jessic... more »
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Kim D. (Craftykimmy) from EUHARLEE, GA
Reviewed on 10/3/2008...
This is a very funny movie. Great if you have even a passing interest in weddings, this is one you won't forget! Great for men and women alike, there is something for everyone in this British comedy. There's no way to stay mad/sad/depressed while watching this craziness....
It's so funny, I was crying!
Ginny Leigh | Bethlehem, GA USA | 04/19/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I really enjoyed this movie.....my husband woke up from a nap because I was laughing so hard. You could call us "Guesties" (Best in Show is my all time pick-me-up) and after the disappointment of "For Your Consideration" I have been looking for a mockumentary that I could really get a belly laugh from. "Confetti" delivered and then some. I love the british accents and enjoy listening to the words in a movie...not just being played down to by cheap jokes. Funny movies can be intelligent and I applaud this one!"
Cute, charming, thoroughly entertaining fun.
Garan Grey | Hollywood, CA | 02/21/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I saw this in a theatre and enjoyed every minute. If you liked LOVE, ACTUALLY, you'll enjoy this. It's already on my buy list."
Hugely enjoyable . . .
Ronald Scheer | Los Angeles | 06/19/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This British-made and very comic mockumentary portrays the conflicts and potential mayhem inherent in the run-up to any wedding and multiplies it by not three but about ten, as a wedding magazine launches a self-promoting competition among three couples for the most unusual marriage ceremony.
Here everyone is at loggerheads, including the editors of the magazine, and the pair of wedding planners who attempt to pull it all off with a paltry budget and the less than enthusiastic cooperation of all involved. Very much in the spirit of Christopher Guest's "Waiting for Guffman," which helped create the genre, this hugely enjoyable film eventually sweeps all promise of disaster aside and ends triumphantly with all the excitement of - well, a Busby Berkeley musical.
The DVD has at least a half hour of additional scenes as entertaining as the rest of the movie. There are also three alternative endings, plus filmographies of much of the cast. Look for Martin Freeman, from BBC's "The Office," as one of the beleaguered bridegrooms."