27 Dresses (DVD)

Catalogue Number: 687-9775

12
27 Dresses (DVD)

DVD

Released: 28/07/08

You must be 12 or over to buy this item.

More product information
Back to top

Buy on Tesco Direct from:

Available from Tesco Tesco

£2.99

Earn 2 Clubcard points

Hurry while stocks last

Delivery Options

  • Delivery options will be shown at checkout (or enable JavaScript to show on this page).
seller-pdp-logo

We've carefully chosen all our Tesco Partners, to give you even more choice when you shop with us online.

  • Browse a wider range of specialist products, all in one place
  • Collect Clubcard points on every order
  • Stay protected with the Tesco Partner Guarantee – we’re here to support you when buying from an approved Tesco Partner.
Need help deciding? Take a look at our buying guide

Synopsis

KNOCKED UP's Katherine Heigl stars in this romantic comedy about a selfless young woman who is trapped in the role of perennial bridesmaid. Set in New York City, the film opens with Jane (Heigl) racing by cab to appear in two friends' weddings in the same night. She is the maid of honour for both fetes, and she rushes back and forth. She meets Malcolm (James Marsden), a cynical young man who, unbeknownst to her, writes for a newspaper's wedding column. Malcolm is intrigued by the sheer number of times Jane has played bridesmaid, and he secretly decides to write a story about her. To further complicate Jane's life, her younger sister Tess (Malin Akerman) has just come to town and ensnared Jane's longtime crush, George (Edward Burns). When George and Tess become engaged, Jane faces the humiliating prospect of playing bridesmaid in the wedding of her sister and the man she loves. Meanwhile, Malcolm continues hounding Jane, and Jane's life and closet soon explode in a taffeta-tangled mess that forces her to make some big changes.
Heigl is a pleasure to watch, as she has the kind of crowd-pleasing, no-nonsense presence that could ground any film, so 27 DRESSES greatly benefits from her comedic skill and charm. The film features all of the hallmarks of chick flick fare, such as the wacky best friend, a dress-up sequence, and obnoxious but strangely attractive love interest. Heigl deserves comparisons to Julia Roberts for her sheer likability, and like PRETTY WOMAN, women will are likely to greatly enjoy 27 DRESSES due to the central performance, fantasy elements, and the attractive lady parading around in numerous different outfits.

Product specifications

1 1