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Ex-maid of honor Eloise - having been relieved of her duties after being unceremoniously dumped by the best man via text - decides to hold her head up high and attend her oldest friend's wedding... View more >
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Mar 8, 2017
I don't like to watch wedding movies. They play to same emotions each and every time. Only two wedding moves stood out as my favorite; "My Best Friend's Wedding" and "My Big Fat Greek Wedding." but I will not add "Table 19" to my must see wedding movies. "Table 19" wants to be funny, but finds itself too pitiable to be just that. Anna Kendrick leads is one of a hand full of performers who are wasted by this surprisingly depressing movie which bills itself as a comedy. The film takes place at a wedding reception where according the Kendrick's character, has divided into nineteen tables. she had her guest are into table 19 (the title of the movie) the lest desirable table in the building. Might as well call it the Untouchable table. this could have been a funny movie, but it's not. there is less interaction between the tables and when the people got up and left, there's where the movie ended, as the cast struggles with a weak script. Oscar nominee June Squibb is a pot smoking annoyance. Lisa Kudrow and Craig Robinson plays a unhappy couple and one guest fall down, not once but twice. Also someone ran into the cake. I expected that and when someone's does, it's not funny as well as the rest of the movie. Right now, I'm reading a book that Anna Kendrick's wrote titled "Scrappy Little Nobody" and i love the book very much. Much better than sitting though "Table 19."
Mar 23, 2017
While Table 19 did deliver a few chuckles and a few heartfelt moments here and there, the film as a whole was wildly inconsistent in its balance between the two.
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