'The Five-Year Engagement's' Rules

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Tom and Violet lay down the law for their upcoming wedding in Judd Apatow's hilarious 'The Five-Year Engagement'
'The Five-Year Engagement's' Rules
The Five-Year Engagement

Planning a wedding can be super stressful, as many of us know, especially when there are a ton of people involved. While some guests are concerned with the vegetarian options on the menu or hotel prices or even table seating arrangements, it's not always their place to say something. 

With that said, why not speak up and be honest how you feel? Brides should ditch the bridezilla attitude and be clear about what's going on, what guests can help with, and how everything is progressing. Take a cue from Tom and Violet (Jason Segel and Emily Blunt), an eager engaged couple in Judd Apatow's new comedy, The Five-Year Engagement

With jobs, families, the location, and a ton of other obstacles getting in the way, Tom, a chef, and Emily, a grad student, blatantly lay down the law about some arising issues: The wedding date, the menu, and the seating arrangement. This is pretty brilliant, and so is the movie. 

To brides and grooms everywhere, see it together for a probably much-needed laugh. For married couples, reminisce about the nuttiness that was your pre-marriage days. 

The Five-Year Engagement is out April 27 in theaters everywhere.