Monday, February 9, 2009

Bride Wars review

Bride Wars was about 2 women dreams to have a perfect wedding in the of June at the Plaza Hotel. They were best friends since forever until a few months before their big day. They both were suppose to be married on the same month but on a different date. It only became a war when they found out that an error occurred and both their wedding dates are now on the same day. Their friendship had been put to the test.

When it comes to weddings, every girl wants it to be perfect because it is the most important day of their life. Nobody wants to look back and say 'Man, i had a bad wedding, i wish i could turn back the time'. Nobody wants to regret on not having an awesome wedding. So, i wouldn't say that bride wars sells the idea of women are more engrossed in the wedding than the marriage. This is definitely a hidden statement that is not what the director is trying to portray.

This is a movie about friendship, loyalty and happiness. I wouldn't say that Sex and the City is trying to tell the world to have more sex. What they want the viewer to see is a deeper meaning of female bonding and how girlfriends are forever in a female's life. Watch between the pixels! No no, it sounded so wrong, wahahaha, it is so not reading between the lines.

Anyway, I'm not here to judge other people's view of this movie. Different people have different way of seeing things. Is just like i dislike Lord of the rings cause i felt it boring but others don't. It is just my point of view, don't take it to harsh.