The Knot
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Soulmates Alexandra (Talulah Riley) and Jeremy (Matthew McNulty) are getting married. At least that's the plan. Unfortunately for them, nonchalant best man Peter (Noel Clarke), bridesmaid Sarah (Mena Suvari) and an army of naysayers haven't heard they're meant to be together. Can missing bridesmaids, crashed cars, a trip to A&E, and a delivery of pigs testicles stand in the way of true love

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"The Knot finds a bumbling groomsman fishing for silver wedding bands in a diarrhea-filled toilet bowl. Viewers searching for moments of wit or insight ... might relate."
‑ Guy Lodge, Variety
"An offensive anthology of every loud, lewd and loathsome wedding joke staged or screened between The Taming of the Shrew and The Hangover."
‑ Philip French, Observer [UK]
"Bridesmaids, The Hangover and countless others have adequately covered the same territory and The Knot feels like a poor, cartoon-like imitation."
‑ Allan Hunter, Daily Express
"All the film-makers do is show us things that raised a laugh in other movies - a bride with diarrhoea, lads vomiting, a little girl emitting obscenities."
‑ Christopher Tookey, Daily Mail [UK]
"Every cliché you can think of happens, down to the groom not being able to find the church."
‑ Roz Laws, Birmingham Post
"'The Knot' mostly plumps for the usual clichés and stereotypes."
‑ Dave Calhoun, Time Out
"If you can ignore the ill-judged slapstick and daft plot developments, it makes for diverting enough entertainment."
‑ David Aldridge, Radio Times
"Almost everything is reduced to gross-out moments that are about as funny as a yak's poo so that when love conquers all in the end you don't believe it for a moment."
‑ Derek Malcolm, This is London
"There are some gross-out toilet moments that I suspect are inspired by the recent US hit Bridesmaids, but that movie had laughs and a lot of heart. The Knot, sadly, has neither."
‑ Peter Bradshaw, Guardian
"Relies too heavily on gross-out gags and laddish humour and fails to provide either likeable characters or believeable relationships."
‑ Matthew Turner, ViewLondon
"Clearly intent on being a British Hangover/Bridesmaids hybrid, this comedy romp doesn't contain a single laugh. It doesn't help that all of the characters are deeply unlikeable, or that the humour is literally centred in the toilet."
‑ Rich Cline,
"The Knot is the wedding movie to end all wedding movies - because if this isn't the end of a trend, heaven help us."
‑ Graham Young, Birmingham Mail
"I would have happily jilted The Knot at the altar."
‑ Grant Rollings, Sun Online
"Has the slapdash, half-finished quality of a high-school play, or perhaps a home video in which everyone involved is convinced that what they are creating is hilarious. In fact, it is not only unfunny and tedious but also hugely unpleasant."
‑ Paul Gallagher, The List
"Knot funny."
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