Bride and groom, Alison and Phil, are an adorable couple that have planned an elaborate wedding. Alison is not a bridezilla, but instead a high-strung people pleaser, and wants everything to be perfect for everyone, often overlooking her own feelings. Phil is an Alison-pleaser and will do whatever it takes to give her the day of her dreams.
Even though I've never went down the aisle, I've seen enough who have to enjoy a comedy about the big day. Told through the eyes of the wedding videographer (writer/director Vic Quinaz), Breakup at a Wedding is outrageous, but never too over-the-top, which gives it grounded humor.
The cast is all up-and-comers, having been working in comedy in New York and touring around the country. For most, this is their feature debut, but you'd have no clue, as their timing and wit is phenomenal. The key to the success of this movie is how director Vic Quinaz focused on the improvisational strengths of his cast. Filmed like a documentary, all the lines are delivered fresh and with amazing sincerity.
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The film releases on VOD Tuesday, June 18th for $7.99 here.