The films title refers to the table in a wedding party designated for, as one character puts it, the guests who didnt know well enough to check regrets on their invitation. These are the people the bride and groom felt obligated to invite, but secretly hoped wouldnt show up. Table 19s cast of misfits is an adorable cross-section of social misery. Theres the brides long-forgotten nanny Jo Flanagan (June Squibb); Rezno, the awkward teen in the tuxedo (Tony Revolori); and Walter, the crazy-eyed ex-con with the accent (Stephen Merchant). Then theres Jerry and Bina Kepp (Craig Robinson and Lisa Kudrow, respectively), the couple having marriage problems, who were only invited because like someone in the main party, the Kepps own a diner. Then theres Table 19s protagonist, Eloise McGarry (Anna Kendrick), who stepped down from her position as maid of honor two months earlier after getting dumped by the brides brother Teddy (Wyatt Russell). Shes the brides oldest friend, she helped her plan the wedding and has only come to decide whether she still has feelings for the man-child who broke her heart. Interestingly, enjoyably, the actual bride and groom at the center of the event are barely involved in director Jeffrey Blitzs film. They dont even get any dialogue until late in the movie, which takes place during the post-nuptial dinner party. Table 19 is focused squarely on the weddings own Island of Misfit Toys, and frankly, their adventures prove to be a lot more fun. The backbone of the plot is built around learning the exact circumstances of Eloises breakup, but Table 19 has a kind of chaotic ebb and flow that, while messy, lets the audience sit back and watch the misadventures unfold.
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Before "breaking the internet" was a Kardashian-induced hobby, the Duchess of Cambridge's sister did exactly that at the 2011 royal wedding with her world famous bottom. Middleton, now 33, apparently stole the limelight (well some, at least) from her sister Kate with her perfected deep bronze tan and custom-made Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen maid of honour gown. Its beautiful design accentuated her feminine form to the utmost and was perhaps too flattering as far as the headlines from 29 April 2011 go. Ahead of her big day on 20 May this spring to former British racing driver-turned-hedge fund boss James Matthews, Middleton doesn't want the same to happen to her. Shocker. No Ring, No Bring According to reports, Middleton let slip to friends that she was reducing the number of guests at her nuptials with a "no ring, no bring" policy. Ouch. This means that guests can only bring their partners if they are either engaged or married. Don't miss: No groom for you: Why Pippa Middleton is blocking Meghan Markle from attending her wedding So what about life partners or guests in long-term relationships with no plans of marrying are they banned too? Middleton may as well be holding a sign above her head stating: "No Meghan Markles At My Wedding!" in sheer desperation of saving her big day from unwanted Markle press attention. View photos Most popular: Coronation Street viewers react to barman Sean's rude cocktail innuendo After seeing the media storm around the 35-year-old Suits actress' attendance at Tom "Skippy" Inskip and Lara Hughes-Young's wedding in Jamaica earlier this month, it's hard to blame Middleton for her angst.
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