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Ex-maid of honor Eloise - having been relieved of her duties after being unceremoniously dumped by the best man via text- decides to attend the wedding anyway only to find herself seated with 5 "random" guests at the dreaded Table 19.
Comedy Drama - This is an ensemble comedy, and while fans of all of the core cast
members such as Craig Robinson and Lisa Kudrow will find much to
enjoy here, the focal star is Anna Kendrick. Suggestive humor,
language, and drug use make the film not for kids.
Roger EbertFull Review Above Average "Table 19" is essentially kindhearted, it is not soft-headed, and when it pivots and becomes the kind of film that it originally seemed to be an alternative to, its spark goes out. It's worth seeing for its performances, though...
NY PostFull Review Poor ...the movie is so agonizing, it's more like an operating room table — where you're being involuntarily lobotomized. I felt bad for everyone at the table but worse for myself: After all, they at least have Champagne to ease their sufferings.
Rolling StoneFull Review Above Average ... a tonally uneven mishmash of Wes Anderson quirk, John Cassavetes guts-spilling and The Breakfast Club, all of which somehow manages to dampen the talents of its crack ensemble cast.
Slant MagazineFull Review Poor Each of Table 19's faint glimmers of grace are overwhelmed by elements of general spatial and narrative incompetence. Both Kudrow and Robinson give supremely mellow performances that are marred by lame screwball antics and a nonsensical adultery subplot...
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