Antony, the head of Confetti Magazine, decides to host a competition to find the Most Original Wedding of the Year. However, his business side thinks that some of the couples who are entering are too shocking and non-traditional, such as nudists Michael and Joanna. Michael and Joanna are competing against Josef and Isabella (tennis players) and the tone deaf, 'physically-dyslexic' Sam and Matt.
Confetti, a mockumentry about a magazine that holds a competition for the most original wedding of the year. After a range of people send in their ideas, three couples are chosen, the Nudists, the Tennis Players and the Musical. During the movie we get to see each of the couples preparing for their wedding (to be held same venue, same day, one after the other), their personal insecurities and of course the magazine (the editor not wanting nudists on the cover even if they win).
I think everyone did I brilliant job. It's perfect British humour with just enough rudeness etc for laughs without going over the top (as I find you can get in American humour). Each of the couples were cast perfectly and each portray both their relationship on-screen and their insecurities etc as well as one can expect.
I think mockumentries are a great source of comedy. You get the 'behind the scenes' feel of a documentary with tonnes of laughs provided from the comedy side of things. If you like a good laugh then this is a fun movie and definitely the one to watch, don't bother with those other wedding movies.
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