Meet Liv (Kate Hudson) and Emma (Anne Hathaway) - best friends since childhood. Blonde Liv is sassy and stylish with a great career as a successful lawyer - she's a woman who has the man, the wardrobe and the job and settles for nothing but the best. Brunette Emma on the otherhand is caring and carefree with a rewarding career as a school teacher - a woman who just wants the best in life...for everyone else. But hair colour and careers don't make a difference when these best friends come together - they're perfect partners in shopping, socialising, comparing boyfriend notes and so much more...that is until they start to plan their weddings - with both of their hearts set on the one perfect dress and the one perfect venue - what are best friends to do?
Revenge of the brides
- Bride Wars review by Jawbreaker
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Normally one wedding is enough, although we have endured four weddings in a film previously. Bride Wars sets two opposing camps, both friends, on a collision course concerning their big day. The constant twist is Emma or Liv trying to outdo one another and adopting dubious tactics. Bride Wars is very much a chick film, but mainly for those who have already endured the pressure of organising their own wedding. For the rest of us it seems like one constant uphill struggle and escalating argument.