Number Rolled: 60
Movie Name/Year: The Wedding Pact (2013)
Length: 90 minutes
Affiliated Companies: Freefall Films, The Cartel, Phase 4 Films
Executive Producer: Henry Boger, John Perry, Jonathan B. Schwartz, Stan Spry
Director: Matt Berman
Writer: Matt Berman
Actors: Haylie Duff, Leslie Easterbrook, Joyce Hyser, Angie Everhart, Sandra Taylor, Scott Michael Campbell, Chris Soldevilla, Eric Scott Woods, Kelly Perine, Sophie Tilson, Alexandra Manea, Ryan Sanson, Conrad Backmann, Lisa Renee, James Doherty, Joe Russell, Greg Lindsay, Brandy Redd, John Hundrieser, Eleanor Wells, Terryl Daluz, Jacquelina DeMarco, Matt Molchen
Mitch has terrible luck with women. In college, however, he knew this girl, Elizabeth, and was desperately in love with her. They made a pact that they would get married in 10 years if they were still single. When Mitch goes to collect he finds she’s already spoken for.
There wasn't a single coherent thought in the entire movie. The plot was scattered and forced and just terrible. I didn't expect something amazing out of the film. I was really just hoping for something that wouldn't make me prefer watching paint dry.
If you want to watch a film with this kind of storyline, look for My Best Friend’s Wedding. I would not recommend sitting through this one.
Rotten Tomatoes Critic Score – None
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score – 14%
Netflix’s Prediction for Me – 1.1/5
Trust-the-Dice Score – 1/5
The Random Rating: PG-13