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Wedding Crashers (Unrated Widescreen Edition)

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Wedding Crashers (DVD) (WS) (Unrated)

Academy Award-nominated Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn star as John Beck with and Jeremy Klein, two partying divorce attorneys - and committed womanizers - who have figured out a surefire way to meet women: they crash weddings. But the guys' happy-go-lucky lives change abruptly when John unexpectedly falls in love with a bridesmaid. Things become even more complicated when the men discover that the object of John's affection is the daughter of the US Secretary of the Treasury. Also starring Rachel McAdams, Academy Award-winner, Emmy Award-nominee, and Golden Globe- nominee Christopher Walken ("The Deer Hunter," "Catch Me if You Can"), Golden Globe-winner and Emmy Award-winnerJane Seymour ("Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" "East of Eden"), and Isla Fisher ("Scooby Doo," "The Lookout"). Guest Starring Golden Globe and Emmy Award-nominee Will Ferrell ("Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy," "Stranger than Fiction").

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With Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson as a pair of brazen wedding crashers, this buddy/romantic comedy milks a few big laughs from its foolproof premise. Under the direction of David Dobkin (who previously worked with Wilson on Shanghai Knights), the movie ranges from bawdy romp to mushy romance, and that tonal identity crisis curtails the overall hilarity. But when the well-teamed costars are firing on all pistons with fast-paced dialogue and manic situations, belly laughs are delivered at a steady clip. Things get complicated when the guys infiltrate the family of the Treasury Secretary (Christopher Walken), resulting in a romantic pair-off between Vaughn and the congressman's oversexed daughter Gloria (Isla Fisher) while Wilson sincerely woos another daughter, Claire (Rachel McAdams), who's unhappily engaged to an Ivy League cheater (Bradley Cooper). Walken is more or less wasted in his role, but Jane Seymour and Henry Gibson make amusing appearances, and a surprise guest arrives late in the game for some over-the-top scene-stealing. It's all a bit uneven, but McAdams (considered by some to be "the next Julia Roberts") is a pure delight, and with enough laughs to make it easily recommended, Wedding Crashers will likely find its place on DVD shelves alongside other flawed but enjoyable R-rated comedies that embrace a naughtier, nastier brand of humor with no need for apologies. --Jeff Shannon

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The "Uncorked" edition of Wedding Crashers adds about 8 minutes of footage to the theatrical release. Of chief interest are extended beach and bathroom scenes between Vince Vaughn and Isla Fisher, and Vaughn's extended confession to Father O'Neil (Henry Gibson), but there are also new scenes featuring Keir O'Donnell as the eccentric Todd and Ellen Albertini Dow as the potty-mouthed grandmother. This edition is billed as unrated because it wasn't resubmitted to the MPAA, but the sexier bathroom scene and coarser confession aren't particularly raunchier than the original film, and there's no additional nudity. You can watch the Uncorked edition once to see the new footage, but for subsequent viewings you'll probably choose to stick with the theatrical release, which is also included on the DVD.

Bonus features consist of two very good commentary tracks, one by director David Dobkin and another by Vaughn and Owen Wilson. Dobkin's is more technically informative, and he specifically discusses why the added scenes were originally cut. Vaughn and Wilson are a little more subdued than might be expected, but they share some laughs, recall some material that was left out, and wander into irrelevant territory such as football and Wilson's dog. Other features include four deleted scenes with optional commentary by Dobkin, and two featurettes covering the making of the film (including the logistics of staging five different weddings, and interviews with the "magic and balloon consultant") and Vaughn and Wilson's meandering discussion of "the rules" of wedding crashing. For a more organized recap, there's a 24-screen text-only list of all the rules. The opening menu is clever, but slow to load after you've watched it the first time. --David Horiuchi


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Special Features

Audio Commentary: Commentary with David Dobkin Commentary with Owen Wilson & Vince Vaughn Deleted Scenes: 3 Deleted Scenes Featurette: "Event Planning" "A Crash Course in Wedding Crashing" Music Video: Music Video: The Sights "Circus" plus a Interactive Soundtrack Promo Other: Wedding Crashers GameAudio Commentary: Commentary with David Dobkin Commentary with Owen Wilson & Vince Vaughn Deleted Scenes: 3 Deleted Scenes Featurette: "Event Planning" "A Crash Course in Wedding Crashing" Music Video: Music Video: The Sights "Circus" plus a Interactive Soundtrack Promo Other: Wedding Crashers GameAudio Commentary: Commentary with David Dobkin Commentary with Owen Wilson & Vince Vaughn Deleted Scenes: 3 Deleted Scenes Featurette: "Event Planning" "A Crash Course in Wedding Crashing" Music Video: Music Video: The Sights "Circus" plus a Interactive Soundtrack Promo Other: Wedding Crashers GameAudio Commentary: Commentary with David Dobkin Commentary with Owen Wilson & Vince Vaughn Deleted Scenes: 3 Deleted Scenes Featurette: "Event Planning" "A Crash Course in Wedding Crashing" Music Video: Music Video: The Sights "Circus" plus a Interactive Soundtrack Promo Other: Wedding Crashers GameAudio Commentary: Commentary with David Dobkin Commentary with Owen Wilson & Vince Vaughn Deleted Scenes: 3 Deleted Scenes Featurette: "Event Planning" "A Crash Course in Wedding Crashing" Music Video: Music Video: The Sights "Circus" plus a Interactive Soundtrack Promo Other: Wedding Crashers GameAudio Commentary: Commentary with David Dobkin Commentary with Owen Wilson & Vince Vaughn Deleted Scenes: 3 Deleted Scenes Featurette: "Event Planning" "A Crash Course in Wedding Crashing" Music Video: Music Video: The Sights "Circus" plus a Interactive Soundtrack Promo Other: Wedding Crashers GameAudio Commentary: Commentary with David Dobkin Commentary with Owen Wilson & Vince Vaughn Deleted Scenes: 3 Deleted Scenes Featurette: "Event Planning" "A Crash Course in Wedding Crashing" Music Video: Music Video: The Sights "Circus" plus a Interactive Soundtrack Promo Other: Wedding Crashers GameAudio Commentary: Commentary with David Dobkin Commentary with Owen Wilson & Vince Vaughn Deleted Scenes: 3 Deleted Scenes Featurette: "Event Planning" "A Crash Course in Wedding Crashing" Music Video: Music Video: The Sights "Circus" plus a Interactive Soundtrack Promo Other: Wedding Crashers Game

Product Details

  • Actors: Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn, Christopher Walken, Rachel McAdams, Isla Fisher
  • Directors: David Dobkin
  • Writers: Steve Faber, Bob Fisher
  • Producers: Guy Riedel, Peter Abrams, Robert L. Levy, Toby Emmerich, Richard Brener
  • Format: Dolby, Closed-captioned, Color, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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    Not Rated
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: January 8, 2008
  • Run Time: 128 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (750 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000BKVQS4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,961 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Wedding Crashers (Unrated Widescreen Edition)" on IMDb

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There were other funny movies this year and this summer. Both "Batman Begins" and "Serenity" were extremely funny and well written in their own witty manners. "Wedding Crashers," however, was written to be a comedy, and I have to say that it takes funny to an entirely new level. Both Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson have been hilarious before, but the roles they nab in this flick seem to say they were born to star in this movie.

"Wedding Crashers" is that rare movie that combines the comedic excellence of the cast with a very strong, intelligent, hilarious script, and directing that executes the necessary direction flawlessly. Too often lately, I feel as though movie studios have shyed away from "R" rated comedies for many reasons. The "R" rating of course threatens who will actually see a movie, so I understand why studios often create "R" rated movies with caution. What I do not understand, however, is why, until "Wedding Crashers," intelligent, witty, adult-oriented "R" rated comedies seemed to have fallen completely off the radar. For the past 5 years or so, any comedy with an "R" rating (or often a PG-13 rating for that matter) had the rating because of disgusting, gross-out gags that forced laughs because of awkwardness and shock value. "Wedding Crashers" was a sigh of relief because it forced nothing. There were no unnecessary bodily function gags, there were no horribly moronically stupid characters. The movie worked because for the most part, everything seems believable. The characters come off as very real people in an improbable, but still possible situation, and interwined with a "cooky" love story, the comedy works really really well.

I cannot say enough about this film.
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John (Owen Wilson) & Jeremy (Vince Vaughn) are best buds. They've known each other for 17 years, work together, and in there spare time crash wedding parties; where they drink like sailors, mingle with unsuspecting relatives, and hit on single and willing brides maids every chance they get. They have a whole science to their crashing ( rules and all), and have become quite adept at the sport.

That all changes when they attend a wedding held by Secretary Cleary (Christopher Walken), whose daughter is getting hitched. During the lavish formal affair, Jeremy makes headway with Cleary's physcopath daughter Gloria ( a hilarious Isla Fisher), while John slowly maneuvers his way into the life of the Secretary's other daughter Claire (Rachel McAdams), who just happens to have a steady bo' of her own.

Eventually, after all the formalities-- the two are privately invited back to the Secretary's estate, where they play touch football with the family, have formal dinners, sail out on the boat, & get hit on by the Secretary's sex starved wife (Jane Seymour) & his homosexual son Todd (Keir O'Donnell).

Its all very funny and silly- but the great chemistry by Wilson and Vaughn helps the film move at a steady pace. The supporting roles of McAdams and Fishler are nicely fleshed out as well. While no means a great movie, "The Wedding Crashers" is quite funny at times, and overall enjoyable.

Some people have called this a raunchy, gross-out comedy; although I noticed nothing of the sort. Besides the dialogue and a few breast shots, theres really nothing raunchy or gross-out about "Wedding Crashers" at all. It certainly wouldnt fall into the category of "Something About Mary" or the "American Pie" movies.

Vaughn and Wilson definitley shine throughout and appear to be having the time of their lives here....

Recommended.
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By Philip Scholz on September 12, 2013
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Can I join Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson as they crash weddings for their own gain? Or could Will Ferrell just teach me the rules of wedding crashing so I can go out and do it on my own? I'd certainly be up for an invitation for a weekend at Rachel McAdams's family compound. No matter what I'd get, I'd watch (and have done so) this film over and over again. Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are living a dream of having fun without regard for the consequences (at least for a while) and viewers will soon be clammering to join them on their wild escapades. But what this duo truely manages to accomplish is to restrain their antics to the point where they don't become absolutely ubsird (just plain ubsird is reached and that's just fine) while making it look like they are making no such effort. I can't quite figure out whether to think of Christopher Walken as creepy, menacing, clueless, or what, and that's part of his charm in the film. Though they share few, if any, scenes, Jane Seymour nicely plays off this characterization to make herself the relentless cougar who has given up on any actual meaning to her marriage to Walken's character. Rachael McAdams shines in this film and you'll find yourself hoping for her and Wilson's characters to get together the moment he targets her for his (at the time) plans for a one-night-stand (in case you're concerned, those plans seem to go out the window with a cinderblock tied to them before the reception's over, so you can relax...there's already a desire for something more.) In my mind, Isla Fisher is forever type-cast in this role as McAdams's somewhat nutty and certainly manipulative sister (not a bad thing for this film but it might be a hinderence for future projects.Read more ›
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