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Format: DVD
Sku: 202007920
UPC: 794043848025
UPC 14: 00794043848025
Category Keywords: Divorce  Theatrical Release  Weddings
Rating: UR
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Life's A Party. Crash It.
Wilder! Longer! Funnier! More footage and more laughs make this "Uncorked Edition" a "bust-a-gut, roll-in-the-aisle" (Maxim) comedy and the most raucous party of the year!

John Beckwith (Owen Wilson) and Jeremy Grey (Vince Vaughn), Washington D.C.'s top divorce mediators and lifelong best friends, have never met a wedding they couldn't charm their way into. Guided by a secret set of "wedding crashing rules," the pair attends a different wedding -- and romances different bridesmaids -- every week. But, when they crash the social event of the season, John falls for the daughter (Rachel McAdams) of an influential and eccentric politician (Christopher Walken) and decides to break the "rules" in pursuit of her love. What results is a wild weekend at her family's palatial estate where the ultimate "crashers" quickly find themselves in way over their heads!

"Trust me: You won't hate yourself in the morning. These swindlers are sensational.  Glenn Whipp, Los Angeles Daily News
"...two hours of great big sloppy buck-wild laughs... a cross between Meet the Parents and Some Like It Hot.  Kyle Smith, New York Post

Editor's Note
Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn are an unbeatable combination as two Washington DC lawyers who get their kicks, and their girls, by crashing weddings. Displaying talent, wit, intelligence, and ample charm, the pair seldom fails at their mutual mission of seduction. But eventually they get bored with the routine. Everything explodes when they crash an upper-crust wedding given by US Senator William Cleary (Christopher Walken). Jeremy (Vaughn) makes the ostensible mistake of seducing Cleary's sexually ravenous daughter Gloria (Isla Fisher) and John (Wilson) falls head over heels for the beautiful, slightly sarcastic older sister, Claire (Rachel McAdams). But Claire is nearly engaged to a slimy, macho, ivy-league snob played with beady-eyed gusto by ALIAS's Bradley Cooper. The boys get lured away on a weekend trip to the Cleary's estate, which is when the film begins to resemble an early 1930s pre-code comedy with its innuendo-filled banter, eccentric grandmothers, suspicious rivals, and copious bed-hopping.

Vaughn's motor-mouth aggression plays off Wilson's irresistible sensitivity (and vice versa) to such perfection that they leave other contemporary romantic comedy teams in the dust. They manage to get plenty of laughs and warmth from their believably close male friendship without resorting to any clichéd homoerotic references. Their respective love interests are also outstanding, particularly McAdams who displays extraordinary wit and presence in addition to her stunning beauty. Walken is surprisingly low-key as the senator, tuning his usual craziness down to a few tensile stares. Seventies mini-series staple Jane Seymour is memorable as the senator's sex-starved, boozed-up wife, who makes a play for John.

Features
Video Features DVD, Platinum Series, Unrated, Pan and Scan (TV Format), Aspect Ratio 1.33:1, Dolby Digital (5.1), Dolby Digital Stereo, Commentary, Deleted Scenes, Music Video, Game, English, Spanish Subtitled
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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: New Line
Video Release Date Release Date: 11/10/2009
Video Play Time Running Time: 128 minutes
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 8480
Video UPC UPC: 00794043848025
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: English, Spanish

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Pan and Scan (TV Format)  1.33:1 [4:3]
Cast & Crew
Video Cast Info Christopher Walken
Video Cast Info Owen Wilson
Video Cast Info Rachel McAdams
Video Cast Info Vince Vaughn
Video Cast Info Barry Robison - Production Designer
Video Cast Info David Dobkin - Director
Video Cast Info Julio Macat - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Mark Livolsi - Editor
Video Cast Info Peter Abrams, et. al. - Producer
Video Cast Info Richard Brener, et. al. - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Rolfe Kent - Original Music By
Video Cast Info Steve Faber, et. al. - Writer

Professional Reviews

Entertainment Weekly
"[A] funny, ungirdled romp....Garrulous Vaughn makes expert use of his off-the-cuff, chow-it-down, guy-to-guy solidity..." 07/22/2005 p.52-53

New York Times
"[A]miably raunchy....[Mr. Wilson] has carved out a singular movie niche as our reigning dude, the quintessential American guy..." 07/15/2005 p.E11

Rolling Stone
"It's the anything-goes sass that crashes CRASHERS into the level of comic nirvana....McAdams is a showstopping beauty with the talent to bend a laugh line to her will." 07/28/2005 p.91

Uncut
"The comedy's both astute and bawdy..." 01/01/2006 p.138

Premiere
"Scene-for-scene, this was last year's funniest movie....The funny here is all in the journey..." 02/01/2006 p.107

Uncut
Ranked #20 in Uncut's Best Films Of 2005 -- "Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn are on peerless comic form here as committed bachelors stalking wedding receptions..." 01/01/2006 p.82-83

Wall Street Journal
"[A] film blessed with language that's sharply honed..." 05/20/2011

James Berardinelli's ReelViews 5 of 10
During the first ten minutes of Wedding Crashers, we are treated to a display of the debauched antics that were staples in comedies of the late 1970s and 1980s. Alas, it's only a tease. Pretty soon, this movie settles into the comfortable groove of telling its story -- a by-the-numbers romantic comedy that's far too plot-heavy for its own good. The jokes become farther between and less funny as the filmmakers mistakenly believe that we in the audience actually care about the characters and their romantic entanglements. No cliche goes unmissed as the movie stumbles along its pre-determined trajectory. I'm not going to explicitly reveal the ending, but if you have seen more than one romantic comedy in your day, you'll know what's coming. - James Berardinelli

Rolling Stone 8 of 10
Sometimes a movie comedy just clicks. Welcome to one of those times. Wedding Crashers fires off big, fat, raucous laughs as if it had an endless supply. It doesn't. The film limps a bit in the final stretch like a wedding guest who knows how to party but doesn't know when to go home. A small price to pay for so much hot, rowdy fun. - Peter Travers

Chicago Sun-Times 5 of 10
Wedding Crashers is all runway and no takeoff. It assembles the elements for a laugh-out-loud comedy, but it can't make them fly. There are individual moments that are very funny. But it takes a merciless focus to make a good comedy, and the director, David Dobkin, has too much else on his mind. There are sequences involving Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson where you sense that the actors should have just broken into the cockpit and taken over the controls. There are few lonelier sights than a good comedian being funny in a movie that doesn't know what funny is. - Roger Ebert

Product Attributes
Product attributeActor:   Wilson,Owen
Product attributeLabel:   Turner Home Entertainment
Product attributeVideo Format:   DVD
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