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White Wedding 2009 123movies

White Wedding 2009 123movies

A young groom and his best man lost on a road trip, run into a young English doctor.Jan. 01, 200993 Min.
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Watch: White Wedding 2009 123movies, Full Movie Online – Elvis, a loyal, committed, very decent bridegroom-to-be, leaves Johannesburg to pick up his best friend and best man Tumi in Durban. The two then begin the journey to Capetown to start rehearsing for Elvis’ wedding to the beautiful Ayandawill then journey on to Cape Town to begin rehearsals for Elvis’s wedding to the beautiful Ayanda. An appealing, feel-good movie about love, commitment, intimacy, friendship, and the host of maddening obstacles that can get in the way of a happy ending..
Plot: The loyal, committed and very decent Elvis (Kenneth Nkosi) leaves Johannesburg en route to pick up his best friend and best man Tumi (Rapulana Seiphemo) in Durban. The two will then journey on to Cape Town to begin rehearsals for Elvis’s wedding to the beautiful Ayanda (Zandile Msutwana).But things don’t go according to plan. As Tumi and Elvis struggle to find their way through the Eastern Cape they are picked up by Rose (Jodie Whittaker), a young English doctor. Now there’s an unlikely trio on the road, with romantic sparks igniting.Who knows if they’ll make it on time, whether the wedding will be delayed or cancelled or come perilously close to not even happening.
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In a rush to get married…
This South African movie was somewhat of a surprise. I had initially not really expected much from it, and it being a romantic comedy didn’t exactly add to my expectations or excitement.

And now having seen this movie, I can say that it is a good story and it is nicely told. The story is about Elvis (played by Kenneth Nkosi) who is going to marry Ayanda (played by Zandile Msutwana), but he has to travel a long way with his best friend Tumi (played by Rapulana Seiphemo) before he can get to stand at the altar. And, of course, the road ahead is turbulent and full of obstacles and surprises.

For a romantic comedy, then “White Wedding” is a fairly straight forward type, and doesn’t really offer much new to the genre. But that being said, it was a nice and heartfelt story.

The movie was nicely acted by the people on the cast list, and it was refreshing to see an entirely cast of all new faces on the screen.

I am rating this movie a 5 out of 10 rating, because it is enjoyable, but I am not overly keen on romantic comedies in general. Plus it lacked moments that would have the audience laughing out loud. There were moments that would make you smile, but not really laugh. And it was a shame that the movie lacked that, because it would have made the movie much better. But the lack of laughs, is made up for with a very real story and characters you can relate to.

Review By: paul_haakonsen
An enjoyable though simple tale…
The soon-to-be-wed Elvis (Kenneth Nkosi) and his best friend and best man Tumi (Rapulana Seiphemo) are on route from Durban to Cape Town to attend rehearsals for Elvis’s wedding. However their journey does not go according to plan as both Elvis and Tumi struggle to find their way across the country, and they meet up with Rose (Jodie Whittaker), a doctor from England, who is trying to return to home.

The narrative for White Wedding is not exactly something unheard of but it makes for a refreshing tale in traditional South African cinema, usually concerned with Apartheid, crime or other negative aspects of modern society. Instead, White Wedding is far more casual and relaxed though this is not to say that its issues are not serious. The central three characters all suffer from some form of anxiety in regards to relationships. Elvis is devoted to his wife Ayanda (Zandile Msutwana) but as the story progresses he becomes jealous that his wife might be spending too much of her time with her ex-boyfriend. Tumi has no interest in marriage and his flirtatious habits make his prospects at a long term relationship difficult. Rose, on the other hand, learned that her fiancée was being unfaithful. Evidently it is relationships which become the film’s prime concern. Another issue at the heart of White Wedding is racism and the ideal of an equal society.This issue is played upon by much of the comedic nature of the film. Strangely, while the film has comedy throughout and is marketed as such, the comedy never overrides the dramatic elements of the text. In many respects, the comedy becomes situational, playing upon South African societal norms, such as Elvis and Tumi vising a bar in an Afrikaans town. It all makes for good, clean fun even if the film proves too idealistic for its own good. The acting is, in general, quite good. Nkosi feels comfortable with his role though he tends to overact on the odd occasion, and Seiphemo is as solid as always. Whittaker is a surprise casting, giving the film somewhat of an international appeal, and while she is not acting at her best she does her job well enough. Msutwana is the only of the cast who appears somewhat off-putting. Throughout she is workable but she goes through the odd scene once and while as monotonic.

The cinematography feels too simple and expected, though strangely this is not a bad move on part of the director Jann Turner with her directorial debut. Turner goes about refreshing African cinema, and proves to rather make a sound film instead of allowing it to be plagued by a poor script, story or acting. She will undoubtedly free her style once she gets more used to creating movies instead of her usual television shows.

Apart from the occasional mild swearing, there is no content which sensitive viewers would disapprove of.

White Wedding is not an excellent comedy but as the sum of it’s parts, its worth a watch. The story is simple though lacks subtly in explaining its messages and the acting is commendable though it does wane at times. While strictly a comedy to be enjoyed by South Africans it does have some international appeal. However the film should be viewed as a drama with a good does of comedy rather then a strict comedy, and perhaps by not being so conservative with style and form, White Wedding could be enjoyed by all.

Review By: sinncross

Other Information:

Original Title White Wedding
Release Date 2009-01-01
Release Year 2009

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 33 min (93 min) (USA), 1 hr 33 min (93 min) (South Africa)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated PG-13
Genre Comedy, Romance
Director Jann Turner
Writer Kenneth Nkosi, Rapulana Seiphemo, Jann Turner
Actors Kenneth Nkosi, Rapulana Seiphemo, Jodie Whittaker
Country South Africa
Awards 1 win & 7 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio N/A
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

White Wedding 2009 123movies
Original title White Wedding
TMDb Rating 5.5 4 votes

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