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Film Review - Mother of the Bride (2024)


“Mother of the Bride” is written by Robin Bernheim Burger, a longtime industry player who’s worked on many television and movie projects, recently scripting “The Princess Switch,” “The Princess Switch: Switched Again,” and “The Princess Switch 3.” Bernheim Burger remains in her churn-em-out comfort zone with her latest endeavor, which explores a destination wedding filled with all sorts of unresolved feelings and slapstick antics, laboring to summon a sitcom-like atmosphere for the film, which has no interest in stimulating its audience. “Mother of the Bride” is meant to be comfy sweater cinema for streaming audiences, and this generic quality isn’t challenged by director Mark Waters (“He’s All That,” “Bad Santa 2”), who delivers a highly routine study of misunderstandings and communication problems while the production enjoys paradise. I’m sure the cast and crew of the picture had a ball making the feature, but sitting through it is surprisingly difficult at times. Read the rest at


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