When You Should Have Left To My Brother's Wedding I wasn't sure what to expect when I first started watching You Should Have Left To My Brother's Wedding. I had watched it twice before deciding to give it a go again. There was a few people that told me to wait a couple of years and read the book instead, but I didn't want to be put off by all the twists and turns in the story. If nothing else, it seemed as though they had covered the same ground that I would have in my own life and had taken a different approach than I normally do with books.
I am surprised by just how good it is that You Should Have Left To My Brother's Wedding became such a success. The book is a classic, yet there were things I thought would never work for a screenplay, or vice versa. They are usually a lot better than you expect them to be. I haven't watched the movie yet, but I know that I am very happy with the film adaptation. I think it has far more to offer than I ever imagined.
The movie is about two brothers, Davin and Duncan. Their father has left the family in Ireland and returned home, only to die a year later. Davin and Duncan live with their mother and stepfather, and when the story starts, they are expecting to be wed, and attending their wedding. Davin and Duncan have been best friends since childhood, and they become fast friends with the rest of the family, and eventually become best friends with their brother's fiancee.
This is the point where I must mention a few minor things that can occur in any story, however in a film, this can become a major issue. As I mentioned, one aspect of the book was how well it meshed with the story in general. In the movie, it was a bit less pronounced, and some of the characters are somewhat cut down to size. It wasn'treally a huge problem, and I can understand why they did it, but it was still a little strange.
Another thing that was different about the movie is that there were only so many things that could be done in the Serie. Some scenes would have to be cut out, but there is plenty of room to tell more stories. The number of people that become involved in the story is obviously limited, but if they would have added more people and also expanded the plot, it might have added some dramatic tension to the film.
The third and final difference I noticed was that the movie did a much better job of being funny. For instance, at one point, a rather emotional and moving scene had to be cut because they didn't have the time. The ending was much more interesting, but it would have been a lot funnier if the scene had gone on a little longer.
Overall, I found You Should Have Left To My Brother's Wedding to be very fun and very entertaining. The scenes that were cut out weren't very funny, but they are still worth watching. The fact that the book gets a film adaptation and is released in HD is almost a bonus in itself. This might be one of the better series ever made, and I am very excited to see what the future holds for the cast.
I think that the cast did a great job in this film adaptation of the original book of the same name, which makes me look forward to seeing the future of the Serie. This movie will probably be a commercial success for Paramount Pictures, and I hope that they don't use the success of the movie as an excuse to be complacent about the series. However, I still recommend that people read the book, which is as simple as saying that I highly recommend it!