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Rachel Getting Married
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Directed By
Jonathan Demme

Written By:
Jenny Lumet

Anne Hathaway, Rosemarie DeWitt, Mather Zickel, Bill Irwin, Anna Deavere Smith, Debra Winger, Jerome LePage, Beau Sia, Dorian Missick, Carol Jean Lewis, Paul Lazar, Fab 5 Freddy, Robert W. Castle, Elizabeth Hayes, Roslyn Ruff, Sebastian Stan, Andre B. Blake, Joe Toutebon, Annaleigh Ashford, Van Hughes, Tamyra Gray, Robert Merrill, Paul Sparks, Michelle Federer, Darrell Larson, Joey Perillo, Marin Ireland, Edie Hofstatter, Jim Roche, Richard Shankman, Maria Dizzia, Dequina Moore, Anisa George, Kyrah Julian, Herreast Harrison, Gonzales Joseph, Donald Harrison Jr., Johnny Farraj, Amir El Saffar, Jimmy Joe Roche, Christy Pusz, Molly Hickok, Josephine Demme, Jose Mauricio De Faria, Lisette Santiago De Faria, Marcus Santos, Mel Jones, Dequina Moore, Quincy Tyler Bernstine, Matt Stadelmann, Alix Derrick, Victoria Haynes, Matt Rabinowitz, Anita Sarko, Tunde Adebimpe, Tareq Abboushi, Gaida Hinnawi, Dimitrios Mikelis, Cyro Baptista

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Rachel Getting Married (2008)
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Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie
May 22nd, 2009


As someone who is planning a wedding right now, this film really spoke to me about how genuine love can be and how a wedding can truly reflect the unique nature of a relationship.
The story follows Kim (Anne Hathaway) who is fresh out of rehab and off to her sister's nuptials at their father's home. Hathaway is astounding. Forget everything she has done before, this is the birth of a new American screen legend. I expect the Oscar noms will only continue from here.
Kim is a selfish drama queen, but it is also the worst timing ever as her sister, Rachel (RoseMarie Dewitt), finally wants to capture some attention but Kim is just trying to readjust.
This is a raw, real and lovely film. The cast is amazing. I can't wait to watch it again.

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