Directed by Barry Levinson
I had seen this film a few years ago and the only thing that stood out for me was what a jack ass Steve Guttenberg was. If someone made me take a quiz on football before they agreed to marry me, there wouldn't be a wedding, there would be an assault charge.
A group of male friends reunite for the wedding. There is no real plot here; just a series of vignettes about the characters. Think Big Chill, with less likable characters.
That's exactly the problem with this film. I didn't like any of the characters, which, in a film like this, is very important. Why would anyone like these characters? Maybe you are not supposed to like, you were just supposed to find their antics entertaining. I was so repulsed I couldn't even manage that. I do have to give the film props for smart dialogue, but that's as far as I go.
The main characters met up in Baltimore before filming began to build a rapport. They did this by picking up women and going out to clubs.