Raindance 2013 line-up announced

But did they make a mistake in putting Julian Assange on their jury?

Review: Ain't Them Bodies Saints

Rooney Mara is fantastic in this delicate, sun-soaked Western

Review: About Time

Ever since I was a boy, I always wondered about voice-overs...

Film review: Wadjda

Every now and then, a film comes along that changes the world. Sometimes, you don't even realise it's doing it.

World War H – or hate’s not all that

What do Shyamalan, World War Z and Man of Steel have in common? Hype - and hate.

https://i-flicks.net/components/com_gk2_photoslide/images/thumbm/222186raindance.jpg https://i-flicks.net/components/com_gk2_photoslide/images/thumbm/289307aint_them.jpg https://i-flicks.net/components/com_gk2_photoslide/images/thumbm/600165about_time__1_.jpg https://i-flicks.net/components/com_gk2_photoslide/images/thumbm/276452wadjda_top.jpg https://i-flicks.net/components/com_gk2_photoslide/images/thumbm/783758world_war_h.jpg


iFlicks on Twitter

Home Blog Features A Movie Guide to Getting Married
A Movie Guide to Getting Married Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Friday, 29 April 2011 08:43

"Mawwage is what bwings us together today. Wove, twue wove..."

Yes, there's a Royal Wedding on, but this is really just an excuse for me to watch Peter Cook in The Princess Bride again.

The movies can teach us a lot about mawwage. Here are the key points summed up in a pretty infographic. Because I'd rather spend two hours going through and screencapping Love Actually than watch Will and Kate tie the knot.




Previous pieces of infographic fun (including Christian Bale Punching People) can be found over here