Selbst ist die Braut (Originaltitel: The Proposal) ist eine US-amerikanische Filmkomödie aus dem Jahr von Anne Fletcher mit Sandra Bullock und Ryan. In der turbulenten romantischen Komödie „Selbst ist die Braut“ überzeugt eine brillante Sandra Bullock an der Seite des wunderbar komischen Ryan Reynolds. The Proposal [OV/OmU]: Sandra Bullock, Betty White, Mary Steenburgen, Craig T. Nelson: homeopathy-soh.com: Alle Produkte.
Selbst ist die BrautNot surprisingly, the Commission's non-financial reporting proposal unleashed significant interest group and lobbying activity: the negotiations were very. The Proposal [OV/OmU]. ()1 Std. 47 MinX-Ray A high-powered book editor faces deportation. Regie: Anne Fletcher. Hauptdarsteller: Sandra. She is the New York Times bestselling author of The Wedding Date, The Proposal, The Wedding Party, Royal Holiday, and Party of Two. Visit her online at.
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When Margaret, a Canadian, faces deportation for an expired visa, she hatches a scheme to marry Andrew - he agrees if she'll promise a promotion.
A skeptical INS agent vows to test the couple about each other the next Monday. Andrew had plans to fly home that weekend for his grandma's 90th, so Margaret goes with him - to Sitka, Alaska - where mom, dad, and grams await.
Family dynamics take over: tensions between dad and Andrew, an ex-girlfriend, Andrew's dislike of Margaret, and her past color the next few days, with the INS ready to charge Andrew with fraud.
Even though it so clearly apes the set-up of David Frankel's "The Devil Wears Prada", I think the first 25 minutes of this romantic comedy has genuine snap enhanced by the sharp comedy interplay between stars Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds.
Once the story leaves the Manhattan publishing house for the pastoral wilderness of Alaska, the story reverts into a formulaic sitcom bearing more than a passing resemblance to Bullock's break-out vehicle, 's "While You Were Sleeping", including an escalation of comic deceptions and a heart-tugging wedding confessional.
In fact, she plays the alpha dog with Reynolds relegated to the traditional leading lady role. The result produces enough contrived shenanigans to please Bullock's die-hard fans thanks to by-the-numbers work by director Anne Fletcher "27 Dresses" and first-time screenwriter Pete Chiarelli.
The storyline has Bullock playing vituperative book editor Margaret Tate, a workaholic careerist who instills fear into her entire office.
As her bullied assistant Andrew Paxton, Reynolds caters to her every whim in the hopes that she will help boost his publishing career.
As is typical for an opposites-attract rom-com, a complication occurs when Margaret, a Canadian, finds out she is to be deported because her visa application has been denied.
Instead of facing immediate termination, she manipulates Andrew to let her superiors know that they are getting married. This moment of desperate deceit leads to an awkward visit with an immigration agent who senses a green-card arrangement and requires proof of their relationship.
In order to avert suspicion, Margaret accompanies Andrew to visit his close-knit family in Sitka, Alaska, where it is revealed his family is quite wealthy and in fact, run many of the businesses in town.
They continue their charade of being engaged, which of course, fans the flames of his family's enthusiasm for a wedding.
The rest of the film is pretty much you would expect save a strange episode of Andrew's grandmother performing a native dance in the woods.
It's funny to see how Bullock cleverly uses the same prickliness she displayed effectively in her near-cameo in Paul Haggis' "Crash" in this film's establishing scenes as Margaret.
In turn, Reynolds shows smart timing as put-upon Andrew, and their interplay has a nice edge. Note how well they perform during the best scenes early on when Margaret baldly lies about their upcoming nuptials at the office and in front of the immigration officer.
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But it sucks. Maymay A Super Reviewer. May 08, The Proposal is a typical romantic comedy. That's it. There's not much else to say about it. Everything in the film has been done before.
There's nothing original about it. Does it please the masses? Is it fun? I guess so. I can't say I really enjoyed it, but I didn't dislike it either.
It just kept my mind stupidly occupied for a couple hours. Jay H Super Reviewer. May 06, Not a classic but it has it's fair share of laughs.
Reynolds keeps things funny and bullock always seems to be likable even in the bad films. These films are such a cliche but that's the way the audience wants them.
Brendan N Super Reviewer. Apr 30, The film suffers from a poorly written script, poor acting and very bad directing. This film is plainly horrible, and is just not worth anyone's time.
The film has absolutely nothing new to offer, and only thing it delivers is a strained formula that is overdone and not interesting anymore.
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It's just bizarre. I didn't like this movie at all. Tim Cogshell. Scott Marks. Barbara VanDenburgh. Who should have access to an artist's legacy?
That's only one of many good questions that are raised in this mesmerizing exercise in artistic interrogation. Michael O'Sullivan. Magid, similar to the architect she reveres, knows the power of a good story and how to poetically construct one.