Here at Best for Film towers, we prefer a side of drama with our wedding feasts. Drawing on a few of cinema’s more dramatic nupitals, we comprise a series of “what if” scenarios that would have The Royal Family shaking in their seasonal sitcom, and which might lend The Royal Wedding an air of watchability.
It’s been a decent decade for films, all told. Not as great as the 80’s for sure, but then it has been scientifically proven that that’s impossible. But amidst all the rightfully praised top gear floating about there are quite a few duds that have inexplicably found themselves invited to the same swanky parties. But enough of these painful mixed metaphors – let’s discuss the ten biggest phonies of the decade, shall we?
And it’s not George W. Bush.
It may have only been two days since we reported the heavily spoiler guarded news that Mel Gibson was set to make a guest appearance in Todd Phillip’s sequel to last year’s hit comedy The Hangover, but now it appears that Mr. Gibson has gotten all Keyser Soze on us. Why? Because just like that – *poof* – he’s gone.
SPOILER ALERT! ACHTUNG! POZOR! We have here the identity of The Hangover sequel’s sure-to-be-wacky celebrity cameo; one that will attempt to top Mike Tyson’s air drumming and face pummeling guest appearance. But if you would like to be surprised when the film (‘s trailer) hits, then back away from the article. Run now or forever hold your peace, because you can’t say we didn’t warn you!