I am re-blogging my son’s post. I enjoy reading him. Am I biased? Of course, but I also think that he is a good writer.
Recently I had the pleasure of attending a movie promotion for the film The Wedding Ringer, currently scheduled for wide release on January 16th.
Quick spoiler-free synopsis:
The Wedding Ringer stars one of my current favorite actors Josh Gad (seriously on the way home from the movie I played the “Book of Mormon” soundtrack and arriving home put on Frozen) as a man with a problem; namely having a stunningly beautiful fiancée played by Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting.
Okay, so marrying a hot woman isn’t the real problem. The real problem is that Doug Harris (Gad) has realized he has no particularly close friends on whom to call to be his best man. In an act of desperation, he seeks the help of a professional best man played by Kevin Hart. We spend the majority of the movie learning just what’s involved in the creation of a fictionalized best…
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