How much weight has Kate Hudson put on?! I wonder if it is part of the acting in character process that some actors or actresses have to go through. However, even if she looks like a smurf, her smile still melts hearts.
Cynthia disagrees. She prefers Anne Hathaway. I too am a big fan of Anne, on the record. And when you put the two onto one film, although the general review is pretty bad, we just have to see for ourselves.
Just minutes into the show, I started to think of my favorite Sophie Kinsella‘s chick lits. Not that the storyline of “Bride War” is that great. Like my favorite chick lit series, the character development of the male species is pretty non-existence, which is OK for this genre. Though I wish there is more chemistry between these two beautiful brides and their counterparts. Having said that, the chemistry between Kate and Anne is pretty convincing. They have acted like best friends – a tiny little bit like Hathaway in “Rachel Getting Married” kind of finishing-each-other’s-sentences scenes. And when they fight, boy, it is sexy.
I am not entirely sure how friendship in the world of female species works. But if there is something realistic that comes out of “Bride War”, this could be it. A light hearted movie, predictable storyline, lots of eye sweeteners, and lots of moments that you just hope that they-didn’t-do-that. Would there be a “Bride Wars 2: Baby Shower”? OK. This begins to sound very much like going into the direction of another click lit series.
On a side note, I am really looking forward to watching the film “Confessions of a Shopaholic” staring none other than my favorite actress Isla Fisher. My fingers are crossed hoping that this adaptation won’t be a screw up. If so, I will certainly join the Sophie Kinsella fan club to protest.