As bride-to-be Saskia (Punch) and her prospective groom Tim (Webb) struggle to get their heads around their big society wedding - unicorns, ice sculptures and personalised ring pillows and all - Tim's roguish brother Raif (Hound) announces his intention to film it all.
This surprisingly agreeable British wedding comedy stars a likable Rufus Hound as the errant brother and dangerous best man to Robert Webb’s more staid groom-to-be. Hound’s irrepressibly fun joker decides his gift will be to film the fraught build-up to the OTT society wedding, in the process witnessing or creating all manner of indiscretions, rivalries, mishaps and alcohol-fuelled shenanigans. After a hilarious first half it flags a bit, rescued by wedding day disaster and one of the best wedding speeches ever. Bride Lucy Punch is delightful and a born comedienne, but everyone is on their toes. Cute, and quite funny.
Not quite Four Weddings-funny but always entertaining and endearing in equal measure. Less so if you're preparing for a wedding.
Reviewed by Angie Errigo