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Mark Steven Johnson
Made of Honor revolves around Tom and Hannah, who have been platonic friends for 10 years. He's a serial dater, while she wants marriage but hasn't found Mr. Right. Just as Tom is starting to think that he is relationship material after all, Hannah gets engaged. When she asks Tom to be her "maid" of honor, he reluctantly agrees just so he can attempt to stop the wedding and woo her.Written by
In the scene where Colin and Tom first meet and the story of how Colin meet Hannah is told, Colin describes it as, "Like a bad werewolf movie." Kevin McKidd starred in Dog Soldiers (2002), a werewolf movie. See more »
Hannah says Colin needs permission to marry her because he is a duke. She talks to her minister at Grace Church, one of New York's historic Episcopal (Anglican) churches. If Colin is a Scottish Peer, he would be Presbyterian, and not allowed to marry in the Church of England. See more »
[after Colin dunks the ball]
I'm sorry, that's probably not allowed... to just stuff it in there like that.
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Another romantic comedy more. There isn't much to say about this movie, in fact is not boring and the performances of Dempsey and Monaghan meet the required level to make tolerable they as a couple, but the film falls into a number of same places that we watched in other movies thats why Made of honor lost among so many films of the genre and at the end of it nothing new provides.
Neither idea is the most original or the jokes the most successful, in fact the plot falls on an abuse of sexual humor that at times results unnecessary and it only is used to start a laughter of a story that had no where to find the funny. In fact the film is the perfect movie to spend a Sunday at home with a popcorn's bag and let the brain rest from the pressures of the week. The film is simple, from start to finish, and that is his greatest success because it doesn't pretend to be what it isn't. It's only entertainment.
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