Starring: Brendan Sexton III, Dan Fogler, Zoe Lister Jones, Jon Polito
Also known as: Wedding Bros. Two brothers who are completely opposite of each other, find themselves in an identically similar situation. Anthony Marconi (Sexton III) is the first person in his family to graduate from college and intends to use his knowledge in improving the family business. Carmine Marconi (Fogler) is a good-for-nothing and uneducated man who works in the family business because he has nothing better to do. The Marconi families business is in selling carpets and Anthony's father is not interested in applying any of Anthony's fancy marketing ideas to increase business. Whilst carrying out a carpet laying assignment, Anthony and Carmine meet Lou Burns (Polito) who is a wedding videographer and is looking for two assistants to help during the next wedding assignment. Sensing an opportunity, the two brothers decide to quit the family business and start a whole new life with Burns and his videography business. The movie is quite uninteresting and seems to based on a very lame idea. Although the plot does somehow manage to blend a lot of elements together, it just gets very dragged and boring after a while. Lack of decent humour or enjoyable romance leaves it with nothing very interesting. An average movie that is watchable but not very enjoyable.
Thumbs up: An average entertainer
Thumbs down: Not very funny or interesting, a bit boring