Its lunacy is well staged and fast-paced. Too bad the movie's premise is so lame that the nimbler moments can't redeem it.
Mark Jenkins - Washington Post
It's refreshing for critics when movies like "You May Not Kiss the Bride" come along. We don't get to use words like "insipid" nearly enough.
Bill Goodykoontz - Arizona Republic
The plotting just ends up feeling like a lot of business, ideas meant to keep the characters busy and in motion rather than actually reflecting anything like human behavior.
Mark Olsen - Los Angeles Times
A movie that never figures out a way to stitch together all of its incongruous elements.
Brent Simon - Shockya.com
The low-brow script leads the characters through one far-fetched scenario after another with few laughs along the way. But at least the scenery is nice.
Todd Jorgenson - Cinemalogue.com
Surely, some Hollywood studio in the 1950s made a prototype of the sprightly if erratic comedy "You May Not Kiss the Bride."
Tom Keogh - Seattle Times
A noisy, unlikable distraction that seems more invested in photographing lush Hawaiian locations than solidifying a sense of humor that might coexist peacefully with the violence.
Brian Orndorf - Blu-ray.com
The charisma and comic timing of the film's female leads make up for some of the screenwriting rough patches but not enough to justify a trip to the theater.
Brian Tallerico - HollywoodChicago.com
This irredeemably silly tropical screwball comedy, made in 2009, is only now getting a release-and that's no surprise.
David Noh - Film Journal International