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  • Actors: Patrick Dempsey, Michelle Monaghan, Kevin McKidd, Kadeem Hardison, Chris Messina
  • Directors: Paul Weiland
  • Producers: Neal H. Moritz
  • Format: Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Dutch, Finnish, Romanian, Danish, Hebrew, Greek, Hindi, Czech, Bulgarian, English, Swedish, Arabic, Turkish
  • Dubbed: Turkish, Polish, Hungarian, Ukrainian, Czech, Russian
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Audio Description: English
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 29 Sept. 2008
  • Run Time: 101 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001CD3P6U
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 52,647 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Tom loves his life, until he realizes he also loves his best friend Hannah. But when Hannah gets engaged to a dashing Scotsman and asks Tom to be her maid of honor, Tom faces hostile bridesmaids, bridal showers, and bad hair days, all in an effort to pull off the perfect wedding and steal the bride. He’s a maid of honor with a plan.

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Patrick Dempsey makes his full transition to romantic-comedy stardom in Made of Honor, flashing those winning dimples and twinkly baby blues to full fetching effect. The camera truly loves him, and his considerable affable charm calls to mind early Hugh Grant, winsome even in utter confusion. Dempsey plays Tom, a nice guy but a serial dater with a girlfriend in every zip code of New York; Michelle Monaghan is Hannah, Tom's BFF since college, who's decided she wants marriage and family. When she becomes unexpectedly engaged to Colin (Journeyman's Kevin McKidd, rather McDreamy himself), Tom realises what the viewer's known all along--that Hannah is in fact his dream woman. It's When Harry Met Sally... meets My Best Friend's Wedding--but thankfully, Dempsey's Tom is far more sympathetic than Julia Roberts' snide schemer. The plot isn't exactly full of surprises, but the cast--and their amazing chemistry--are so winning that the film makes for the perfect date movie. Not only are all three leads charming in their own way, but the rich cinematography manages to make both Manhattan and the Scottish countryside look like glorious edens, one urban, one windswept. Monaghan is a revelation, quietly lovely as a young Carla Bruni, but with a flinty gumption that makes her all the more appealing. The supporting cast is rich, too, especially Sydney Pollack as Tom's serially marrying dad. (At his dad's fifth--or is it sixth?--wedding, Tom's new arm-candy "stepmom" gets tipsy and overly affectionate with guests as her new husband looks on fondly: "Ah... drunk as the night I first met her.") But at the core of the film are its big heart, and the connection between Tom and Hannah, deep and wide whether they end up just best friends or more. And the delight for viewers is knowing they'll be just as glowy either way.-- A.T. Hurley

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dodster TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 2 April 2009
Format: DVD
The well used Hollywood idea. Guy meets girl, doesn't realise she's the one until it's almost too late, but, in the end triumphs over adversity to win his one true love.
The different take is our hero (Patrick Dempsey) promises to be 'maid of honour' at his best friend's (Michelle Monaghan) wedding to the seemingly perfect guy (Kevin McKidd).
I really didn't like this film for the first 20 minutes and was just about to switch it off when it finally kicked in. For the remaining 70 minutes it's quite entertaining and manages to keep the suspense up right until the end, even tho' the ending is so obvious.
The Scottish angle is way overdone and there is some unnecessary smutty inuendo, otherwise 4 stars.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Peter Parker-Penn on 9 Sept. 2008
Format: DVD
In a nutshell: playboy Tom Bailey (Dempsey) agrees to be Maid Of Honour at the wedding of his best friend Hannah (Monaghan) to Scottish hunk Colin (Kidd), in an attempt to win Hannah's heart, after realising that he loves her and doesn't want to lose her to another man.
I wasn't expecting much when I was dragged to see 'Made Of Honour' at the cinema, but I actually really enjoyed the first two-thirds of the movie (the part set in the States). The dialogue is very witty, and the film moves along at a fast pace...but it all goes downhill when the action moves to Scotland.
Now I know rom-coms are meant to be light and fluffy, but the film descends into cliche so rapidly that I spent the rest of the movie just inwardly groaning. It's all here...kilts, castles, Rabbie Burns, even the Highland Games! It's like the movie has somehow transformed from Sex And The City into Brigadoon! I suppose I should have anticipated the direction the movie was going during an earlier scene in which we find out that Colin has never heard of the game of basketball!
However, I'm not the target market for this type of movie: Made Of Honour is definitely 'one for the ladies' (apart from the thankfully gratuitous scene in which Tom accompanies Hannah when she goes to buy her wedding lingerie) and a perfect 'Sunday afternoon' movie for any rom-com fan.
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As romantic comedies go, this is one of the more amusing that I have seen over the past year or so. Patrick Dempsey proves that he can handle a very different character to "McDreamy" (Doctor Jonathan Shepherd from "Gray's Anatomy") and Michelle Monaham is beautiful and charming as the heroine.

The film begins with a student party, during which Tom, (Dempsey) a senior year student who has seduced half the female students at the University, meets a girl called Hannah in the most embarrassing circumstances imaginable when he accidentally gets into the wrong bed. Despite this dreadful introduction, they become best friends, in a completely platonic way.

The story resumes ten years later, in New York. Although he has remained a serial womaniser who is astonishingly successful in charming every other girl he takes a fancy to into bed for relationships which are about sex and nothing else, Tom's friendship with Hannah has become part of the bedrock of both their lives but appears to have remained entirely platonic.

The first hint that the relationship between Tom and Hannah might not be quite as platonic as they both think comes when he persuades her to come with him to his father's sixth wedding. At this point it becomes obvious where Tom gets his attitude to women: Tom Senior, a wealthy man in his sixties, is marrying a beautiful girl of 25 (e.g. about five years younger than his son.)

During a series of silly events at the wedding, which I won't describe to avoid spoiling the story, the viewer realises that Tom junior and Hannah mean more to each other then they are prepared to admit even to themselves.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ria on 25 Oct. 2010
Format: DVD
ok yes i agree its not going to win an oscar anytime soon , but i love this film! its sweet, funny, and romantic! alot of reviews have said its like my best friends wedding. but its better ! i didnt like my best friends wedding, and at least in this one they end up together!
i think you have to watch it for yourself, rather than read peoples reviews and be put off by it.
i have actually gone as far as making people borrow my dvd just to watch it ! and its really sad but i know the film word for word!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. C. J. King on 28 Jun. 2009
Format: DVD
whooo what a stinker. I must admit i turned off before they go to Scotland which was probably a result for me. The plot appears to have been less written and more assembled from dozens of other boy meets girl boy loses girl films. The male lead was unlikeable, his mates the same - black best mate of course - and the premise that his mates would join in to do the other bloke down risible. Hard to guess who the target market is too since most blokes wouldn't find it all believable.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mark Baker - Carstairs Considers TOP 500 REVIEWER on 16 Sept. 2008
Format: DVD
In college, Tom (Patrick Dempsey) was a lady's man. He slept with anyone who will have him. Sneaking into a room one night, he accidentally meets Hannah (Michelle Monaghan). Despite their less then great meeting, the two hit if off and become friends.

Flash forward 10 years, and little has changed. Tom spends every night with a different woman. And he spends all day hanging out with Hannah, who is now working for a museum. The two are close friends, but that is all.

Until one day when Hannah leaves on a six week trip to Scotland. It doesn't take Tom long to realize that he truly loves Hannah. In fact, the separation is killing him. He intends to act on his new found feelings as soon as she gets back.

But when Hannah returns, it is with Colin (Kevin McKidd) in tow. The two met in Scotland and are engaged. To further add to Tom's misery, Hannah asks him to be her maid of honor. Tom is reluctant, but decides he can break the wedding apart better from the inside. But with the ceremony only two weeks again, can Tom make Hannah fall for him?

So let's get the obvious out of the way first, the story is predictable. So, the movie is going to rise of fall based on how well everything else comes off.

And it comes off reasonably well. Hannah is likable from the start. I admit it took me a little while to warm up to Tom since I'm not a fan of cads. But as the movie progressed, I found it easy to root for him. In fact, I cared about the characters enough to get invested in the outcome.

And the story is funny. There are quite a few great moments that had me laughing, especially Tom's friends helping him learn how to be a maid of honor.

This movie is just an escapist romantic comedy. But that's all it wanted to be in the first place. If you keep that in mind going into it, you'll have a good time.
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