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My Best Friend's Wedding
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Directed By
P.J. Hogan

Written By:
Ronald Bass

Cast:
Julia Roberts, Dermot Mulroney, Cameron Diaz, Rupert Everett, Philip Bosco, M. Emmet Walsh, Rachel Griffiths, Paul Giamatti, Susan Sullivan, Susan Sullivan

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My Best Friend's Wedding (1997)
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Movie Review by Zara
March 12th, 2007

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I have had many male friends over the course of my life, and it wouldn't take a wedding in order for me to realize that I was in love with them. Another one of Hollywood's little scams, trying to get women to think that they need to fall in love with their best friend and reassuringly stroking male egos by covertly telling them that every woman in their life wants to f*ck them.

There are good comedic elements to this movie that make it fun to watch, especially the scene with Rupert Everett and how he gets the wedding party to break out into the "Say a Little Prayer" song. However, for the most part I am disgusted by the assumptions that this movies makes which most people overlook.

Why is it that women start to fight over a man only when they see that another woman is interested him? Why do they wait until he's taken to decide that he might be worth taking? And why won't Hollywood recognize that it absolutely IS POSSIBLE for a man and a woman to be JUST friends??

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