When a diverse group of lifelong friends comes together to celebrate the marriage of devoted couple Elise (Amy Adams) and Michael (Adam Garcia), the mixed-up relationships of the past pave the road to a weekend no one is likely to soon forget in the feature debut from filmmaker Matthew Cole Weiss. The setting is Los Angeles, CA, and the event is the wedding between a man and a woman who always seemed destined to be together. Unfortunately, all relationships can't be as healthy as Elise and Michael's is, and though best man and maid of honor Rich (Aaron Stanford) and Samantha (Melissa Sagemiller) seem to be preparing to take the plunge, the same certainly cannot be said for neurotic actress Lana (Mena Suvari). A free-spirited soul who has experienced flings with a variety of wedding attendees including the hapless Pockets (Jon Abrahams), alcoholic actor Simon (James Van Der Beek), and manic children's television program host Donovan (Ethan Embry), Lana attempts to sort out her past flings as lovelorn agent Quentin (Colin Hanks) pines for the bride's sister and the estranged father of the groom attempts to reconnect with his long-lost son. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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This movie was pretty boring. I was hoping to laugh a lot more then I did (did I?). It was pretty nice to see some actors I haven't watched in awhile. I might be getting old and not catching the humor anymore, but I would watch American Pie anyday over thsi movie. I wouldn't recommend this movie.
Ridiculous comments on profane language aside, this is just a pretty horrible movie in general. If you enjoy predictable plot lines, CONFUSION, random G rated lesbian kissing scenes and falling asleep within the first 15 minutes of a film - this gem is for you.
Standing Still was pretty funny, it kind of reminded me of American Pies/Wedding because there was a lot of sex talk/sex and a set of lesbian lovers. I liked American Wedding so I liked this one too. It's story line could use a little work but it flowed fairly well and kept my family laughing throughout.