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Bride Wars (movie)

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  • 'Bridezilla' myth must be slain

    'Bridezilla' myth must be slain
    As always, the advent of a new year means a shift in the collective topography of romantic relationships: A number of couples get engaged each year. A number also break up or get divorced, but don't worry -- that will only happen to 50 percent of you...
  • Movie review: Bride Wars -- 2 out of 5 stars

    Movie review: Bride Wars -- 2 out of 5 stars
    The big problem with the romantic comedy Bride Wars seems as plain as the opening credits. This movie about "the best day in a girl's life," about two lifelong friends who have planned their "June, at The Plaza" weddings since childhood, was directed...
  • 'Bride Wars' Pictures

  • 'Outlander' stars Jim Caviezel, Ron Perlman, Sophia Myles

    Consider the phrase: Norway, 709 A.D. There's nothing funny about it. And yet, if it appears on screen immediately following a shot of a spaceship hurtling toward Earth, you've got a film with at least one laugh more than " Bride Wars." In "Outlander,"...
  • 'House Bunny's' Anna Faris Engaged

    Anna Faris is going to give matrimony another try with someone who knows a little about weddings. "The House Bunny" star is engaged to "Bride Wars" star Chris Pratt, reports Faris, 32, was previously married to actor Ben Indra for nearly...
  • Face Forward

    One of the most talked about performances of 2008 is Anne Hathaway’s transcendent turn as Kym, the drug-addicted prodigal daughter returning home for her sister’s wedding in Rachel Getting Married. The film, written by Jenny Lumet and directed by Jonathan...
  • 'Leap Year'

    'Leap Year'
    We're told by the "Leap Year" production notes that writers Deborah Kaplan and Harry Elfont are "well-known as Hollywood 'script doctors.' " Yikes. Is there a doctor for the doctors in the house? Mid-January and already there's another romantic comedy...