The too-dark lensing is an ideal match for Allen’s sequences of marital and amorous discord.
It pushes itself beyond shrill predictability in its willingness to indict the public and familial histories at its core.
For a movie ultimately about what freaks we all are behind the fronts we build for the sake of normalcy, the apathetically performed The Big Wedding couldn’t possibly be more square.
Fox’s Blu-ray of Allen’s swooniest neurotic romance has plenty of slate-gray panache for the film’s legions of ardent devotees.
Armando Iannucci’s debut feature carries on the staggering comedic traditions of its source material.