ByJanna Dk MacDonald-Walsh, writer at
Both known and forgotten horror films of the 20th Century
Janna Dk MacDonald-Walsh

This movie actually managed to surprise me, because I thought for sure I would not like this film, just for the simple fact that I was not overly impressed by the trailer. I am, however, happy to report that this film not only turned out to be be funny, but it was actually lacking in the awkwardness that I see in many of the films of this type. The films is about a young man named Doug (Josh Gad), who has worked hard his whole life and a result has very few (actually, no) close personal friends which becomes a problem when he is ready to get married, and needs a Best Man. Doug eventually meets Jimmy (Kevin Hart), who has made a living as being the Best Man for various men who just don't have many close male friends. Jimmy makes is clear to Doug that when all is said and done they will have to go their separate ways, despite this both men feel that it might not be as easy for them as they might think. I really like this film because it show that "bromances" are real, and if done right it can show that friendships among men are just as important as those with women. Extremely funny, and I would recommend this for anyone who as been in awkward situations with friends, and understand how it can make those friendships stronger.


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