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I Give it a Year - Film Review

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by Ron Dickman (subscribe)
Freelance writer living in Perth, Western Australia.
Published March 4th 2013
I do? Or I don't?

Written and directed by Dan Mazer, more popularly known for his writing on Borat and Bruno, this new British comedy focuses on a newly married couple and their first year of marriage.

They say if you can survive your first year of marriage, then you can survive anything and judging by some of the situations this couple find themselves in, they definitely have their work cut out for them!

From an irritating Pastor and a cringe worthy best man speech, the ball starts rolling for the newlyweds and not necessarily in the right direction. This pretty much sets the whole movie up for scene after scene of hilariously inappropriate dialogue and awkward moment after awkward moment.

Starring some of Australia's own, Rose Byrne and Simon Baker lead a fantastic cast, including Minnie Driver and Anna Faris, who all contribute wonderfully to this hilarious gem.

I honestly did not expect to enjoy this film as much as I did - I thoroughly enjoyed it and highly recommend it!
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Why? They say the first year is the hardest - if it gets this hard, then I quit!
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