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Backyard Wedding (2010)

Backyard Wedding (2010)

Alicia WittTeddy SearsMarkie PostFrances Fisher
Bradford May


Backyard Wedding (2010) is a English movie. Bradford May has directed this movie. Alicia Witt,Teddy Sears,Markie Post,Frances Fisher are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2010. Backyard Wedding (2010) is considered one of the best Comedy,Romance movie in India and around the world.

The film centers on Kim Tyler, who is set to have the wedding of her dreams in her parents' backyard, but her ex-husband and first love, whose parents happen to live next door, keeps popping up.

Backyard Wedding (2010) Reviews

  • Sleep inducing.


    I only watched this because it is the run up to the William and Kate's Royal Wedding; and our TV's are being bombarded with romantic wedding films. The majority have been average to good. This one sunk to the lowest of lows. I agree with the previous reviewer, it is so dragged out, it appears the actors have forgotten the script and are gap filling. The brides father is the worst actor EVER and the remaining cast aren't much better, including Alicia Witt. The director must have been going through a really bad time in their life and gave a halfhearted effort. I wouldn't watch this again, even if paid large amounts of money. I don't think anyone should be married to anyone in this film, in fact they shouldn't even be acting together !

  • Nice Idea + Bad Execution = Big Disappointment


    So I'm guessing the script was actually only long enough for about a half hour sitcom (without the comedy and including commercials) and then either the director told the actors to improv a lot (and they aren't very good at it) or the original writer was told to fill out the script and decided to just sit in random public places and steal random dialog snip-its from random passing conversations of anyone sitting nearby. The random shots of best friend. I mean we always see her non-reaction reaction to things but she really doesn't say much. If I were the actress I'd be annoyed to be the best friend/maid of honor that really has the cast status of an extra. Honestly, the whole time I kept thinking Jeffery and (wow I even forgot the main girls name) were perfect for each other (oh right! Kim!) and Evan should run. She was pretty much a wench the whole time. It was nearly 3/4 over before anything made any kind of sense. I'm usually pretty forgiving on movies. Trust me I own plenty of stupid ones by choice and I know they're stupid but somehow I can justify it enough. I can't justify this one at all.

  • Not at all impressed


    For a Hallmark movie this one seemed like someone saw all the other Hallmark movies and tried to combine them and made this one. It was predictable from the get go and the story line was apparent 5 minutes into the movie. There was no chemistry between any of the characters and even the relationship between the parents was not believable. This does not represent Hallmark's usual story. Very disappointed with this movie. The sad thing was the lack of acting by the powerhouse names used to make this movie. All the ingredients for a successful movie are here but there is no recipe. The actors were restrictive in their dialog and they just did not interact with what I call "Hallmarkease!" The usual Hallmark movie has a story line that is somewhat guessable but it is fun and interesting to see it get to the end. This movie is the same way but it is so boring and uninteresting that it makes watching it painful. Not one of the actors pulls off any kind of redemptive acting. I would not recommend this to anyone and am very surprised Hallmark allowed this to air.

  • Backyard catastrophe


    I like the actors they have in this movie. I just hate the movie as it was filmed or written or however/whoever created this mess. I was uncomfortable watching this movie almost from minute 1. Only reason I kept watching was because I generally love Hallmark movies and they're usually good Sunday movies to watch. NOT this one. I love the guy playing the ex/neighbor. He was the only character I really liked. The rest were snarky, stupid or just boring. I mean, who says "who'd like to make a toast next? the busboy?" just because an ex says he wants to? That's A STUPID LINE. No creativity in this writing. No real intelligence displayed in this movie. Plain fodder, even plainer writing. Whoever wrote/directed/edited/produced this movie must have an "uncle" or something to help get it made to begin with. But I still like the actors they snookered into being in this movie. They just made a bad choice in what they wanted to act in.

  • Nothing was right with this movie


    Watched this movie thinking it might not be as bad as the reviews I had read, turned out it was much worse ! Most of the actors did a poor job especially the actor who played the father of the bride. The performance of the actress (Alicia Witt)who played the bride was awful, not for one minute did I believe that she was in love and excited about marrying her man ! There was no chemistry between the two of them. I was also bothered by the music which I thought was overpowering. I did watch it to the end and still don't know why but honestly I was glad when it was over. A big waste of time in my opinion. Normally I like a lot of the Hallmark movies but this was a big let down.


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