27 Dresses


Action / Comedy / Romance

Plot summary

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Top cast

Peyton List Photo
Peyton List as Young Jane
James Marsden Photo
James Marsden as Kevin
Malin Akerman Photo
Malin Akerman as Tess
Krysten Ritter Photo
Krysten Ritter as Gina the Goth
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750.15 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 51 min
P/S 4 / 8
1.50 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 51 min
P/S 8 / 8

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ontheis1 / 10

Neither funny nor romantic

As a romantic comedy, it does have all the lame cliches that are so cringe worthy you will feel embarrassed even if you watch it alone. Why are weddings that important, in late 2000s rom-coms especially? And the need of all the dresses, really? To be a bridesmaid to so many people, is she like professional one or just stupid? Is it all necessary? Even by the title with ~27~ dresses you already know this one will be bad. Not to mention the plot summary... I just had to watch this nonsense expecting it to be like a parody worth at least 2 stars or something, but no.

Lacking common sense and intelligent writing, some people will find this movie entertaining, even good. So don't be discouraged!

Acting is bad, script is bad, jokes are bad... Avoid it, or turn it on if you want your partner to say that you should do something else.

Reviewed by MartinHafer8 / 10

A great date film...

I am a guy, so the common supposition is that I hate so-called 'chick flicks'. Well, that certainly isn't true and I bet it isn't true for most guys--provided it's a GOOD chick flick. And, after having seen "27 Dresses", I can certainly say it's a very good film. Sure, it's formulaic in spots--but ALL chick flicks are to a degree. And, if you can accept that, you'll have a great time watching this movie.

Jane (Katherine Heigl) is a very nice lady--perhaps too nice. She can't say no to anyone and has been asked 27 times to be a bridesmaid--and she never refuses. Part of it is because she loves weddings but much of it is that she just can't say no. She is secretly in love with her boss, but he has no idea. All he knows is that she's a great assistant--and she's never let her feelings be known. So, she is quietly desperate--hoping something will eventually happen. However, when her obnoxious and self-centered sister comes to town, things get a lot worse. The sister starts dating Jane's boss--and soon they are talking about marriage! In the meantime, a news reporter, Kevin (James Marsden),meets up with Jane at a wedding. He is very intrigued by her--partly because of her 27 weddings and partly, you must assume, because he's interested in her. But Jane is a thorny lady and keeps her distance. But Kevin is persistent--and you have a very good idea where this is going. However, the trip there is a bit bumpy--hold on--it's worth the wait.

The film works very well. Part of it is because there are some humorous moments and part because the romance works well. You WILL most likely get choked up--so be sure to have some Kleenex handy. Well acted and enjoyable throughout--this is one sweet and enjoyable film.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle5 / 10

Cynical Beautiful People - that should be an acronym

Jane (Katherine Heigl) is always the bridesmaid, never the bride. She's attracted to her boss George (Edward Burns),but when her little sister Tess (Malin Akerman) comes to town, he falls for the younger sister. Kevin (James Marsden) is the cynical writer who's trying to do more than the fantasy wedding story. When he find Jane's filofax in a cab, he decides there might be an interesting story about Jane.

Literally there was only one laugh in this for me. Just one. That's when Judy Greer slaps Katherine Heigl. Is there something of a wish fulfillment? I don't know. Let's say Heigl in this movie is pushing all the wrong buttons for me.

I'm not trying to say that Heigl is a bad actress. The whole idea that these two beautiful people are both so cynical is not an appealing story. Bennie and the Jets singalong was a smile-worthy moment. Somebody should steal that and put it in a better movie.

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