License to Wed Robin Williams, as License to Wed 's mischievous Reverend Frank, could have used a few more of the sort of zingers he had in Mrs.… License to Wed Robin Williams, as License to Wed 's mischievous Reverend Frank, could have used a few more of the sort of zingers he had in Mrs.… 2007-07-03 Comedy Romance Mandy Moore Robin Williams Christine Taylor Warner Bros.
Movie Review

License to Wed (2007)

WEDDING DAZE Ben and Sadie (Krasinski and Moore) are the happy couple -- until Reverend Frank enters the picture in the less than blissful comedy…
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WEDDING DAZE Ben and Sadie (Krasinski and Moore) are the happy couple -- until Reverend Frank enters the picture in the less than blissful comedy License to Wed
EW's GRADE
C

Details Release Date: Jul 03, 2007; Genres: Comedy, Romance; With: Mandy Moore and Robin Williams; Distributor: Warner Bros.

Robin Williams, as License to Wed's mischievous Reverend Frank, could have used a few more of the sort of zingers he had in Mrs. Doubtfire. Reverend Frank refuses to marry Ben (John Krasinski) and Sadie (Mandy Moore), a pair of ''men are from the flat screen TV department''/''women are from the wedding boutique'' clichés, until they undergo his ''program,'' a series of tests designed to reveal the awfulness they're in for. The creepy-faced robot twin babies are funny (for a while); the rest of the film is not. It's like Meet the Parents with Dr. Phil as the officiant from hell.

Originally posted Jul 02, 2007 Published in issue #943 Jul 13, 2007 Order article reprints