It's said that even the sweetest-tempered, most generous of women can get a little crazy when it comes to planning their weddings. In Bride Wars, Emma (Anne Hathaway), a primary school teacher and Liv (Kate Hudson), a lawyer, have imagined being each other's bridesmaids since they were tiny. But when New York's most sought-after wedding planner makes a colossal blunder and books both of their nuptials on the same day, the best friends turn into Bridezillas. The plot follows a fairly predictable chick flick route. Emma is the underdog of the pair, always looking out for others, but never herself. But when she gets engaged before the competitive Liv, who then near-forces her boyfriend to propose before making plans to better Emma's wedding, the BFFs become GAWs - girls at war. What follows is a sequence of events chronicling the extreme lengths to which the former soul mates go to try to upstage and undo the other. As with any rom-com, there's a bit of a twist, and everything ends happily ever after. It's a perfectly watchable movie, if you like this kind of fluffy, comic film. But it could have been better. While Hathaway is adorable and admirable as a downtrodden girl who realises her worth, Hudson looks like she's 'acting' the whole way through. And the end-credits montage of flashback photos makes the producers look cheap, not creative.