Jenny, a woman who finally decides to get married, but her choice of partner tears her conventional family apart. Jenny Farrell has led an openly gay life - except with her conventional family. When she finally decides to start a family and marry the woman they thought was just her roommate, the small, safe world the Farrells inhabited changes forever. They are left with a simple and difficult choice - either change with it or drown.
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Critics Of "Jenny's Wedding"
July 27, 2015 Tolerance in the film doesn't so much suggest a recognizably real epiphany as it does a moving Hallmark card.Read in Source
August 05, 2015 Donoghue has made a warm, enjoyable picture, thankfully refusing to dress her work up in politics and condemnation, prioritizing the human factor.Read in Source
July 30, 2015 As a movie it is a complete misfire. The story, performances and editing choices range from predictable to risible.Read in Source
New York Times
July 30, 2015 One of the many irritants in this trite, well-intentioned lecture on tolerance: The audience is always several moves ahead of the script.Read in Source
July 13, 2015 "Jenny's Wedding" isn't ill-intentioned or actively bad; it's just a little too familiar, a little too safe and a little too satisfied with itself.Read in Source
July 28, 2015 Harps on the retrograde ideas that women should all aspire to be married, and happiness is a permanent state of being that the virtuous can achieve.Read in Source
The Young Folks
August 03, 2015 ...a tonally deaf film to the times, a film about a group of largely insufferable characters who we're forced to deal with for 90 minutes.Read in Source
July 30, 2015 This is a movie displaced in time. And it's barely a movie. It's more like a dusty, faded old pamphlet: "So your daughter's decided to get gay-married..."Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
July 30, 2015 In the moments where she finally becomes angry, Heigl's pugnacious qualities serve her well; her rage is pure, cleansing and righteous in defense of her life.Read in Source
New York Daily News
July 29, 2015 It all feels outdated, simplistic and insulting to both the characters and the audience.Read in Source
Film Journal International
July 30, 2015 If there's any conceivable downside to the legalization of gay marriage, it's movies like Jenny's Wedding.Read in Source
May 17, 2016 Writer-director Mary Agnes Donoghue's heart is clearly in the right place... but Jenny's relationship with Kitty is so thinly sketched that it's the stumbling emotional journeys taken by the other members of her family that prove more engaging.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery