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  • In this movie, we see him to interpret the role of the priest from hell, excuse my language, but he is definitely one priest you don't want to meet, especially if you are getting married soon
  • Unfortunately Mandy Moore had a very 'silent' involvement in this movie
  • Interesting to know is that Ben Murphy's parents in this movie are John Krasinski's parents in real life
  • I also enjoyed watching the behind the scenes of this movie, they are as great as the movie it's self

    • by janet
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      Although some may label this movie as a Mandy Moore movie; in reality this comedy is all about the actor, Robin Williams. I personally have a soft spot for Robin Williams because he is simply great in whatever he interprets. In this movie, we see him to interpret the role of the priest from hell, excuse my language, but he

      is definitely one priest you don’t want to meet, especially if you are getting married soon.

      The story of “License to Wed” is about Ben Murphy, a part interpreted by John Krasinski, and Sadie Jones (Moore) who are looking forward to life together as a married couple. In order for them to get married at St. Augustine’s church, they have to ...


      • pass a very particular and strange test of Reverend Frank (Williams). It goes without saying that this test is very stressful and a sheer headache for the couple. Will they make it?

        Unfortunately Mandy Moore had a very ’silent’ involvement in this movie. One would expect after such great movies such as “A Walk to Remember”, “American Dreamz” and “Because I

        Said So”, she would involve in a much demanding project.

        Interesting to know is that Ben Murphy’s parents in this movie are John Krasinski’s parents in real life. I also enjoyed watching the behind the scenes of this movie, they are as great as the movie it’s self.

        “License to Wed” is definitely a movie that will put a smile on your face.




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