Wedding Crashers (2005)

On July 15th, they're coming to your wedding...with or without invitations.

Original Title : Wedding Crashers
Director : David Dobkin
Writer : Steve Faber
Bob Fisher
Genre : Comedy
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Peter Abrams , Cale Boyter , Richard Brener , Toby Emmerich , Robert L. Levy , Andrew Panay , Guy Riedel
Music : The Flaming Lips
Rolfe Kent
Photography : Julio Macat
Distributor : A-Film Distribution
MPAA Rating : Rated R for sexual content/nudity and language.
IMDB ID : 0396269
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Owen Wilson John Beckwith
Vince Vaughn Jeremy Grey
Christopher Walken U.S. Treasury Secretary William Cleary
Rachel McAdams Claire Cleary
Isla Fisher Gloria Cleary
Jane Seymour Kathleen Cleary
Ellen Albertini Dow Grandma Mary Cleary
Keir O'Donnell Todd Cleary
Bradley Cooper Zachary 'Sack' Lodge
Ron Canada Randolph, the Cleary's Butler
Henry Gibson Father O'Neil
Dwight Yoakam Mr. Kroeger
Rebecca De Mornay Mrs. Kroeger
David Conrad Trap
Jennifer Alden Christina Cleary (as Jenny Alden
Geoff Stults Craig
James McDonnell Attorney
Jesse Henecke Attorney
Lou Cutell Old Jewish Man
Sparkle Old Jewish Woman
Frank Ray Perilli Old Italian Man (as Frankie Ray Perelli
Patricia Place Old Italian Woman
Chao Li Chi Old Chinese Man (as Chao-Li Chi
Norma Michaels Old Irish Woman
Noel De Souza Old Indian Man (as Noel DeSouza
Ivana Bozilovic Ivana
Camille Anderson Camille
Rachel Sterling Brunette
Diora Baird Vivian
Ned Schmidtke Frank Meyers
Jennifer Massey Woman
Dylan James Turner Bratty Kid
Sophia Blouin Flower Girl
Stephen J. Downs Franklin
Larry Joe Campbell Best Man
Mark Duane Anderson Secret Service Agent
Irene Roseen Elderly Woman
Jules Mandel Rabbi
Betsy Ames Betty Cleary
Carson Elrod Flip Cleary
Joshua Wheeler Kip Cleary (as Josh Wheeler
John G. Pavelec Ken Cleary
Charles Kahlenberg Priest
Kathryn Joosten Chazz's Mom
Karen Miller Chazz's Girlfriend
Tanaya Nicole Woman at Jewish Reception
Naureen Zaim Hindu Woman
Cindy Taylor Girl at Irish Wedding (as Cindy Elizabeth Taylor
Melanie Hawkins Girl Who Cries
Summer Altice Girl Who Cries
Lisa Beach Wedding Planner
Lovelynn Vanderhorst Wedding Planner (as Lovelynn Ann Vanderhorst Jensen
Phyllis Samhaber Woman at Table
O.J. Watson Man at Table
Al Cerullo Helicopter Pilot (as Al Cerullo Jr.
Maria Arcé Librarian in Bonus Material (uncredited
Shawn Barber Tablecloth Trick Victim (uncredited
Claudia Barroso Wedding Guest (uncredited
Deanna Belacio Hot Girl (uncredited
Mike Bellesfield Crying Man at Funeral (uncredited
Jed Bernard Italian Wedding Swing Dancer (uncredited
Beau Bowden Guest at Cleary Wedding (uncredited
Caro Caccietta Italian Wedding Guest (uncredited
Steve Carson Drunk Wedding Guest (uncredited
James Carville Himself (uncredited
Robert Randolph Caton Wedding Guest (uncredited
Arnold Chun Chinese Best Man (uncredited
Melanie Anneke Conopask 'We Only Use 10% of Our Hearts' Wedding Guest (uncredited
Jewel Donohue Irish Maid of Honor (uncredited
Will Ferrell Chazz Reinhold (uncredited
Jeff Fields Jewish Groom (uncredited
Pamela Fischer Restaurant Patron (uncredited
Lauren Fritz Cleary Wedding Guest (uncredited
Gill Garci Girl's Father (uncredited
Mike George Wedding Guest (uncredited
Ina Haybaeck-Rogers Salsa Dancer, Italian Wedding (uncredited
Roopashree Jeevaji Indian Bridesmaid (uncredited
Z.M. Nan Khan Indian Bridesmaid (uncredited
Joe Koons Irish waiter (uncredited
Christina Lindley Personal Trainer, Bonus Material (uncredited
Brian T. Lynch Funeral Mourner (uncredited
Robert Neal Marshall Photographer (uncredited
Amber Matthews Bridesmaid (uncredited
John McCain Himself (uncredited
Michael McKennitt Guest at Wedding Reception (uncredited
Stephanie Nevin Janice (uncredited
Brad Newman Italian Groom (uncredited
Jacob Newman Magic Kid (uncredited
Laura Orrico Bridesmaid (uncredited
Eddie Page Cleary Wedding Guest (uncredited
Neil Patil Indian Groomsman (uncredited
Paola Perla Italian Wedding Guest (uncredited
Kassie Pinegar Extra (uncredited
Rita Rani Indian Bridesmaid (uncredited
Richard Riehle Funeral Guest (uncredited
Carolyn Robertson Crying Woman (uncredited
Sam Georges Said Wedding Guest (uncredited
Lindsay Schoneweis Woman in Hat (uncredited
William F. Smith Cleary House Servant (uncredited
Steve J. Termath Wedding Guest (uncredited
John H. Tobin Cleary House Servant (uncredited
Holly Traister Guest at Jewish Wedding (uncredited
Juting Tsang Bridesmaid (uncredited
Tiffany Turner Day Player (uncredited
Schuster Vance Secret Service Agent (uncredited
Kelsey Wedeen Bridesmaid (uncredited
Michelle Woods Italian Bride (uncredited


Divorce mediators John Beckwith and Jeremy Grey are business partners and lifelong friends who share one truly unique springtime hobby--crashing weddings! Whatever the ethnicity of the wedding party--Jewish, Italian, Irish, Chinese, Hindu--the charismatic and charming duo always have clever back stories for inquisitive guests and inevitably become the hit of every reception, where they strictly adhere to their proven rules of wedding crashing to meet and pick up women aroused by the very thought of marriage. At the tail end of another successful season of toasting brides and grooms, Jeremy learns that the daughter of Treasury Secretary William Cleary and his wife, Kathleen, is getting married in what is sure to be the Washington D.C. social event of the year. After infiltrating the lavish affair, John and Jeremy quickly set their sights on two bridesmaids, Claire and Gloria Cleary. With the lavish reception in full swing, Jeremy works his game plan to perfection in seducing Gloria, but John's flirtation banter with Claire is unexpectedly impeded by her pompous, Ivy League boyfriend Sack. Having uncharacteristically fallen hard and fast for Claire, John convinces a resistant Jeremy to bend the crashing rules and accept an invitation to an extended weekend party at the Cleary family compound. Once at the palatial waterfront estate, John and Jeremy endure a multitude of comical mishaps at the hands of the dysfunctional members of the Cleary family, but also learn a few unexpected lessons about love and relationships.


Owen Wilson & Vince Vaughn Really Click Well In This One., 19 July 2005 Author: BigHardcoreRed from Calimesa, California Wedding Crashers is the latest installment in the new, over-the-top comedies cut from the same cloth as Old School or Meet The Parents. It will take it's rightful place in history along side these great comedies as it deserves.Business partners John Beckwith (Owen Wilson) and Jeremy Grey (Vince Vaughn) are also best friends that go way back. Every year they get together and go on a binge of crashing weddings to take advantage of the romance in the air and ultimately, to score with the jealous bridesmaids, or any other single woman for that matter. John and Jeremy are very smooth and do a lot of research to get a back-story that explains who they are, how they are connected to the families and why they are there. They also have what seems to be at least a hundred rules to ensure the crashing of the wedding goes as planned and of course, this could not be possible without the original wedding crasher, Chaz (Will Ferrell), who is not only THE wedding crasher, but also an innovator, as you will see.This all works very well for them until they decide to crash the wedding of weddings, Secretary Cleary's (Christopher Walken) daughter and her new husband-to-be. John was unable to achieve his goal at the Cleary wedding of establishing a relationship with his other daughter, Claire (Rachel McAdams), who he is also falling in love with. Jeremy, too, is having his problems after achieving his goal with the Secretary's other daughter, Gloria (Isla Fisher), perhaps a bit too quickly, as he finds out it was her first time and she quickly attaches herself.The long story made short, both John and Jeremy end up on an extended weekend with the Cleary family and hilarity ensues, very much the same way Ben Stiller was put in uncomfortable positions by his fiancé's family in Meet The Parents.This was a great comedy in which I have heard compared to There's Something About Mary. I would not place it on such an iconic platform but it was very good and holds it's own along with other great comedies of today. Vaughn and Owen are a great team. Will Ferrell is typical Will Ferrell in his small bit part as Chaz. Christopher Walken's part was too small to really be noticed. Isla Fisher played the psycho first-timer in such a way that it even scared me.The biggest surprise of this movie for me was Rachel McAdams. I took notice of her in Mean Girls and I believed she would be typecast in such roles for probably her whole career but she proved she could carry a movie as the lead love interest and was very captivating with her gorgeous smile.If you liked the movies mentioned in this review, then I highly recommend seeing this one as well. It will not disappoint. 8.5/10
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Wedding Crashers (2005) - David Dobkin