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Year: 2006
USA: MGM Distribution
UK: Pathe Distribution
Cast: Jason Biggs, Isla Fisher, Joe Pantoliano, Joanna Gleason, Edward Herrmann, Margo Martindale, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Heather Goldenhersh, Jay O Sanders, Robert Corddry, Chris Diamontopoulos, Michael Weston, Audra Blaser, Mark Consuelos, Stephen Conrad Moore, A D Miles, Roger Robinson, Edwin Freeman, Dennis Albanese, Ron McClary, Regan Mizrahi, Bill Weeden
Director: Michael Ian Black
Country: USA
UK: 90 mins
USA Rated: R for sexual content and some language
UK Certificate: 15 contains strong sex references
USA Release Date: 17 August 2007
UK Release Date: 1 June 2007


After inadvertently killing the perfect girl with an unfortunate marriage proposal, Anderson (Jason Biggs) has spent the past year face-down on his couch, clinging desperately to memories of his lost love and vowing to be alone forever.

His best friend Ted (Michael Weston) drags him out to breakfast at the local diner and challenges him to look around - maybe there's another perfect girl out there for him. But to Anderson, there's no point in even trying - he took his shot, and he failed. Love just isn't possible for him.

Across the crowded diner, waitress Katie (Isla Fisher) has love issues of her own - the perfect orthodontist proposed to her the night before. Staring down the barrel of a stable but passionless marriage, Katie is seized by fear that saying "yes" will close the door on any hope for the real thing - the kind of love that ignites spontaneously and burns for a lifetime.

When Ted dares Anderson to try just one more time, fate puts Katie directly in his path. Instead of their breakfast order, she gets a marriage proposal: "What could possibly be more romantic than throwing away your entire life and running off with some handsome stranger you spotted across a crowded restaurant?"

Any other girl would laugh at such an absurd proposition.

Any girl but Katie ... who discovers to her surprise - and Anderson's - that the answer is yes.

Together, they set out on a path that could turn out to be the beginning of the rest of their lives - getting to know each other, moving in together, meeting each other's friends and parents, revealing their charms and flaws - over the course of a dizzying 48-hour courtship that has everything backwards. Is it possible to look across a crowded room and find the person you're meant to spend the rest of your life with?

Michael Ian Black (THE STATE, STELLA comedy troupe) makes his feature writing and directing debut with Wedding Daze, a romantic comedy about two people who don't know each other but nonetheless belong together.

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