Director: Jeremy Garelick
Writer: Jeremy Garelick with Jay Lavender
Running Time: 01 Hour 41 Minutes
Stars: Kevin Hart, Josh Gad, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, Affion Crockett
Imdb Rating: 6.7/10
Releasing Date: 16 January 2015 (USA)
Genres: Comedy, Romance
Plot: Doug ( Josh Gad ) is the main character in the story that urgently needs witnesses for wedding, and therefore uses Jimmy (Kevin Hart ) so that he get the necessary people to marry. He is quite recognized in the United States and will be responsible to carry the film forward and the rest of the cast is not too comes in. Even Kaley Cuoco ( protagonist of the series The Big Bang Theory ) , with little presence , provides interesting details in his paper gown.
Moreover, film scripts very often seen with little substance or limp in many respects, particularly among the directors who begin their journey through the cinema world. This is the case of Jeremy Garelick that, despite having a good story finally makes some mistakes about the script getting the story does not end up working. Based on this provision, the script is divided into three parts. A stage that introduces a lot of information about the main character (Doug), which is easily approached by the viewers. The second phase is one in which interacts with the main secondary character (Jimmy) including several funny anecdotes but little foundation. Finally, the third period is the one trying to lean on for emotional empathy with the viewer tones, but without success due to the general imbalance. So we have an early stage simply overloaded with significant information, a second phase without substance and a third stage lacking in the connection points with the audience.
Neither the dubbing ends to be right for the film, despite the presence of Florentino Fernandez Spanish “Flo” and Dani Martinez bending the two characters more weight in history. Many scenes get probably be too ridiculous like a sitcom it were , so they should be adjusted in a defined interval. Weddings guru is a comedy that presents a story that does not end up working , but it could have gotten if he had introduced a more balanced and defined schema. The humor needs a much more solid construction.