The next day Katie moves into Anderson's apartment, and they begin to get to know one another, as well as both sets of parents. Anderson's dad is a sex addict, and his mom is a psychopath. Katie's dad is in prison, her stepdad makes Jewish toys, and her mom seems normal, but who really knows. Also, Katie has a possible fiance, who may be gay, and her closest friends are circus performers who are into swords and knives.
This is a low-budget independent production, filled with surprisingly quirky characters. The film asks the fundamental question: would we be as likely to enjoy marital happiness if we were to marry a total stranger? And given that the current divorce rate is around 50%, perhaps the answer is yes. Despite Jason Biggs' warmhearted cluelessness it's Isla Fisher, with her radiant energy, charm and beauty, who holds the film together, and provides the best reason (some would argue the only reason) to spend ninety minutes with Wedding Daze. And if you enjoy Ms. Fisher, I can highly recommend Definitely, Maybe, and, with some hesitation, Wedding Crashers and Confessions of a Shopaholic.
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