Columbia Pictures | Release Date: May 2, 2008
4.6
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Mixed or average reviews based on 51 Ratings
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RienyeN.May 8, 2008
The movie will keep you occupied for the better part of it. Some funny parts although its entirely predictable. Good date movie to take your girl to.
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ChadS.May 4, 2008
For the sake of credibility, there should be a scene in which Hannah(Michelle Monaghan) broaches the subject of her best friend's serial dating as a serious matter. Hannah loves her best friend Tom(Patrick Dempsey) unconditionally. But For the sake of credibility, there should be a scene in which Hannah(Michelle Monaghan) broaches the subject of her best friend's serial dating as a serious matter. Hannah loves her best friend Tom(Patrick Dempsey) unconditionally. But if they are to give people something to talk about, Hannah needs to set some conditions for Tom, so she can be rest assured that his womanizing ways are a thing of the past. A promise. But that's too complex for "Made of Honor". After all, Tom is a good man. How do we know? He pets strange dogs and helps old people into their rowboats. Even though Monaghan brings an innate intelligence to her role, the film asserts that a woman's heart is bigger than her brain. "Made of Honor" is an insult to any smart woman's intelligence, but Monaghan and Dempsey have an effortless chemistry that can't be dismissed. The whole point of going to the movies is to be entertained, but sometimes, a little truth would be nice. And the truth is: Tom's a bit of a cad, but his rough edges are smoothed out by a patriarchial paradigm and American boosterism. Expand
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JayH.Sep 11, 2008
Predictable but cute, I think the reviews are a bit harsh. Michelle Monaghan is charming, but Patrick Dempsey as some irresistible stud is a bit far fetched. Funny and enjoyable.
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