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License to Wed [Blu-ray] [Blu-ray]

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000VE4UH4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #36,870 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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This is probably one of Robin Williams' best roles. Extremely funny and good retrospect on what every couple should know prior to getting married.

It is a comical satirical look at preparing for marriage. Although in some cases extreme, so is life.

I would definitely rate this as a 5 out of 5, it is worth the money.
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By Sharron Sinclair on Feb. 9 2013
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such a funny movie I just love it. It is definitely a movie worth watching time and time again. :-)
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100% des mariages célébrés par ce prêtre réussissent... Il faut dire que passer par dessus son cour de préparation au mariage est plus difficile que 2 mois d'entrainement pour les forces spéciales et encore que le complot est toujours présent pour que les 2 futurs époux se querellent et qu'enfin on a droit a un bel enfoiré qui fera tout en son possible pour faire ressortir les plus mauvais côté des 2 parties et que même en quand de catastrophe seul, sans vivre et à moité mort les 2 ne pourraient pas naturellement devenir aussi mesquin et mauvais sans l'aide du doux pasteur...

Sinon le révérend est un homme sage, doux et tout à fait attentionnée une fois que l'on lui a bien cassé la gueule il est déjà beaucoup plus sympathique il n'y a pas a dire... mais entre vous et moi un tel cours de préparation au mariage serait sans doute un merveilleux moyen de faire que plus personne ne se marie ! Pour ma part non merci je connais bien ma personne et je n'ai pas besoin que l'on complote dans mon dos pour savoir si je pourrais être fait ou pas pour une personne...

Bon comme c'est un film américain bien sûr les 2 époux se réconcilient et le tout rentre dans l'ordre, on a droit a un beau mariage et sans doutes à une belle vie amoureuse par la suite... non je n'ai pas accroché à la fin sans doutes car je ne me serais pas rendu jusque là si une femme peut autant me détester et me haïr je ne crois pas que je pourrais l'aimer de nouveau... mais bon chacun sa vision de l'amour "parfait" n'est-ce pas ?
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By G_R_E_G on Aug. 31 2007
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License to Wed was, well, okay.

Ben (John Krasinski, TV's The Office) and Sadie (Mandy Moore, Because I Said So) are ready to get married. But Sadie wants to get married in her hometown's church. It doesn't seem like a huge request right? So Ben agrees. Well Ben didn't know that the priest is crazy. Reverent Frank (Robin Williams, Man of the Year) makes Ben and Sadie complete a marriage preparation course with a punch a crazy rules and activities. Ben doesn't trust Frank and starts and investigation to find out more about him.

This movie had a lot a potential. It had Robin Williams and John Krasinski who are both very funny and plot that could have been halarious. But in the end it wasn't very funny and very cliche and predictable. Williams was annoying instead of funny. The funniest performance was given by Kristine Taylor who plays Sadie's sister.

But it still turned out to be a pretty good movie.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Quirky but I may use it for counseling! June 13 2012
By Alex S - Published on
Format: DVD
I am a pastor. In spite of everything I do, I know that the statistics are the same for couples I counsel as ones who elope. The divorce rate is still 50%. Statistics are worse for couples living together before marriage.

In fact, recently a couple I was preparing to marry split up weeks before the date. She was planning a wedding while he was planning to leave her. So I watched this movie to do a little cheering up. As I did so, I gained a lot of perspective and insight.

In this hilarious movie (I do want to emphasize it is for mature audiences), Father Frank works in hilarious ways to wipe the innocence off of the faces of the young couple. While they are seeing hearts and roses, he wants them to see and talk about what is real to them. By creating off the chart stressful situations, he helps them to see past the romance and into the reality.

I am actually considering this movie as required viewing for future couples! I can make a list of various scenes to discuss.

This will remain in my library!
12 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Liscense to Wed March 28 2008
By Brenda J. Shisslak - Published on
Format: DVD
What a great movie!! License to Wed I read all the reviews online and was surprised with some of the comments. I think people missed the point of this movie. I viewed it as a satire to marriage preparation; however, there were some great points made. One, with marriage comes committment, trust, communication and children. Two, marriage is never easy and one should not go into it thinking life will be great. Both parties need to learn to communicate and work out the every day issues.

The actors were great-like everyone else I love John Krasinski who I think was perfect for this role.

I highly recommend this movie for a nice easy going, hilarious family movie. My 11 year old daughter could not stop laughing.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Not bad, but not good either; just meh... Dec 27 2007
By Andrew Ellington - Published on
Format: DVD
There are parts within `License to Wed' that will make you laugh, and even a few scenes that may make you laugh hard, but in the end `License to Wed' cannot be called a good film because quite frankly, it's not. I really wanted to love this film, and while I did like it to a certain extent there were still times when I felt it was almost a wasted evening. I love me some Mandy Moore and really hope that she picks up the ball and makes some better role choices in the near future because her recent film choices have been less than desirable. Now, `License to Wed' is light years beyond the ridiculous and utterly wasted effort that was `Because I Said So' but it is no where near the brilliance that was `Saved' so you see my dilemma. It's fair to midland at best.

The film follows a young and adorable couple Ben and Sadie who are undeniably in love. At Sadie's parents thirtieth wedding anniversary party Ben decides to purpose and this thus starts our little outing. Sadie has always dreamed of getting married at the same church her parents were wed but in order for them to do so they need to take a marriage preparation course put on by Reverend Frank. It becomes quickly apparent to Ben and to the audience that Frank is a psycho but for some strange reason no one else can see that. Ben quickly grows tired of Frank's rules and mind games and soon starts to wage war with the man in cloth only to drive a wedge further and further between Sadie and himself.

Mandy Moore is still adorable here but she falls a little flat due to the poor plot and dialog. John Krasinski is almost wasted here. He ends up being the punch line most of the time, leaving everyone around him to bring whatever funny there is at his expense. In fact, he finds himself upstaged almost every step of the way, even when the only other `actor' on the screen is a mechanical baby (who by the way should have been in EVERY scene). This brings us to Robin Williams. Now I have not seen `Man of the Year' but I hear it was not that rewarding either, so it appears to me that Williams is running into a bit of a snag in his career, going the way of De Niro as of late. This is sad because we all know he has so much more to offer. He offers nothing in `License to Wed' besides over the top antics that are at times extremely annoying. In fact, the funniest thing about Reverend Frank is the choir boy that follows him around everywhere he goes.

`License to Wed' is not going to be a film you remember, which is kind of a word in its defense. While there is nothing outstandingly wonderful to remember, there is nothing painstakingly horrible to remember either. Williams is annoying but forgivable and while the plot is far too overdone it is not like we expected something revolutionary or truly inventive. `License to Wed' is just a movie to pass the time. Something to watch and that's really it. I may never watch it again, but this is the type of film that doesn't warrant repeated viewings. I laughed a bit, sure, but I'll laugh more watching something else.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Let this one set on the shelf Dec 31 2007
By Concerned One - Published on
Format: DVD
If you are reading this review, you are probably thinking that this movie may be worth while seeing, it has robin williams. Not so. HE could not even save this completely disasterous movie. This follows the trail of a couple who get engaged at her parent's 30th anniversary party, then find out to use the "family" church to get married, they only have 3 1/2 weeks to do so, or it is wait 2 years. During this 3 weeks, they have to pass the pre-marital class ran by the "reverend" played by Robin Williams.

The chemistry of the couple is not believeable, the extent that the reverend goes to is so far fetched it's not funny, and the script has numerous holes/flaws (please see many of the other reviews, so i won't have to rehash). I'm glad I rented this rather than seeing it in the theater. Even one for robin williams loyalists to skip. No wonder MSN ranked this Worst movie of the year.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
FUNNY May 16 2013
By Anne Mahoney - Published on
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