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Hard-partying brothers Mike (Adam Devine) and Dave (Zac Efron) place an online ad to find the perfect dates (Anna Kendrick, Aubrey Plaza) for their sister's Hawaiian wedding.
Hoping for a wild getaway, the boys instead find themselves outsmarted and out-partied by the uncontrollable duo.
OK, this is my second official review on IMDb for a film that's had a bit of a bashing by some, a little bit intimidating if I'll be honest. Effron doesn't display the awesome acting you might be expecting from some of his other films, but he's definitely funny (if a little crass and childish at times, but hey it's called "Mike and Dave need Wedding Dates, what are you expecting?!??
Part of me wants to agree with the guys and gals that have given this sub-5. My regular movie buddy even turned to me and said so much). Pour yourself a glass of something yummy, and just enjoy it for its silliness.
The story has a purpose much sooner than before, and there are no extended sequences of talking ad nauseam.
At first, Edward seems to loathe the sight of Bella, but after an incident in the school parking lot where Bella narrowly escapes with her life thanks to Edward, she begins to suspect he might be, well, different.
The audio commentary with director Catherine Hardwicke and stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart isn’t particularly informative, but the 54-minute production featurette (“The Adventure Begins”) remedies that with an in-depth look at making the film.
Also included are a handful of deleted and extended scenes (with director introductions), a sneak peek at last year’s headache-inducing San Diego Comic-Con panel, and music videos by Muse, Paramore and Linkin Park.
The Cullen family is well cast, though Nikki Reed just doesn’t work as Rosalie.
She has it out for Bella in the book too, but her behavior here is more petulant than hostile.If she had more screen time, Anna Kendrick would have stolen the movie as Jessica, Bella’s pretty/vacant friend.She is the anti-Bella, and she lifts up every scene she’s in.When their new next-door neighbors turn out to be a sorority even more debaucherous than the fraternity previously living there, Mac and Kelly team with their former enemy, Teddy, to bring the girls down.