Cheerful Weather for the Wedding Synopsis
Trouble surfaces on a bride's wedding day when her previous love throws her feelings into turmoil.
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Time Out New York

Rice's style is pitched somewhere between Merchant Ivory and Wes Anderson, favoring shots of sad, pretty people looking bereft in...
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70

The Hollywood Reporter

By John DeFore
A sustained balancing act between dry upper-crust cynicism and pent-up passions, Donald Rice's Cheerful Weather for the Wedding maintains...
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60

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
With costumes taking precedence over character, the movie ultimately seems more concerned with atmosphere than action.
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60

Los Angeles Times

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There isn't much of anything here that hasn't been done elsewhere, but as the film rolls merrily along it reminds why wedding comedies are...
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55

NPR

By Ian Buckwalter
The comic relief, an attempt to buoy the sinking feeling of Dolly and Joseph's difficulties, steals away the emotional weight of their...
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50

Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
There is one bright spot. Ellie Kendrick plays Dolly's silly, breathlessly romantic little sister, Kitty.
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50

Village Voice

By Ernest Hardy
The costumes are gorgeous, and the settings are plush, but the acting is merely serviceable, and the film lacks either the wit or the...
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42

The Playlist

By Cory Everett
The film may help "Downton Abbey" fanatics looking to kill a little time in that era but holds little cinematic appeal for the rest of us.
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40

Total Film

Buckling under the influence of Downton Abbey, Rice apes its style but none of the substance to create an amiable study of posh hypocrisy...
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25

Slant Magazine

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The Donald Rice film suffers most from an excessively blunt approach.
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Rated PG | For Thematic material involving sensuality, and for smoking and brief language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 12+ Period drama has simmering conflict, lacks resolution.
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