Robin Williams, Mandy Moore, John Krasinkski, Eric Christian Olsen, Christine Taylor, Josh Flitter, DeRay Davis, Peter Strauss
|Screenplay||Kim Barker, Tim Rasmussen, Vince Di Meglio, Wayne Lloyd|
|Produced by||Proposal Productions, Robert Simonds Productions, Phoenix Pictures, Underground Films, Village Roadshow Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures|
|Language||Mild, moderate frequency|
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|Sex / Nudity
||Blood / Gore / Gross
|Guns / Weapons
||Alcohol / Drugs
||Disrespectful / Bad Attitude
|Frightening / Tense Scenes
||Tense Family Scenes
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What the Critics say
|Cape Argus / The Star|
Zane Henry It's so dire, a block of tofu seems rivetting
Jeanne Hugo Moenie anderhalfuur van jou lewe hierop mors nie.
Kevin Crust A pastiche of tortured slapstick.
|Mail & Guardian|
Shaun de Waal
David Batzofin Some movie goers will no doubt see this movie as irreverent, but I had a good laugh.
Barry Ronge Flinging this prying priest into an inoffensive little romantic comedy is like putting a firecracker in the bride's bouquet. It's just not funny.
Nomfundo Mbaba-Tshabalala Rather than funny, this comedy is at best just plain ridiculous.
Chad Greene This utterly joyless introduction to marriage is sadly in character for Reverend Frank, who compares the institution to sticking your tongue to a frozen flagpole. And anyone who wanders into License to Wed expecting a sweet-natured romantic comedy is likely to feel like the sensitive surface of that metaphorical tongue: ripped off.
James Berardinelli This movie is bad from top to bottom, front to back, and start to finish.
This Meet the Wedding Minister story simply can't deliver on its vows to make us laugh.
Tomatometer Broad and formulaic.
What the People say
1323 Netizens Has one or two flaws but overall it was hilarious.
Average .. 24%