Every wedding has “that table”. The randoms that don’t fit into the other tables. They aren’t cousins, you don’t want to put them with the other eligible singles, or you just don’t have room for them…so you stick them off in the back corner, on Table 19.
Table 19, starring Craig Robinson, Lisa Kudrow, and Anna Kendrick is full of all sorts of characters. Awkward singles, oldest friends, ex-nannies, diner owners, and Walter.
They don’t belong together, but they don’t exactly belong anywhere else either…except likely should’ve stayed away from this wedding.
My sense of smell is my best feature.
The movie is not good, despite the names, and it misses its mark in so many ways. The humor is mostly flat, the storyline a little blah, and it seems like a strange movie to be made.
But at the end of the day, I’ll always love Anna Kendrick (and her whole life), and this movie is the one thing that I enjoyed being disappointed by this weekend.
It gets a 5 out of 10.