When Alexia finds a business card for a wedding planner in her boyfriend Mathias’s pocket, she assumes that he is planning a proposal and instantly says yes. However, the business card was actually for Mathias’s mistress, who is now hired to plan his unwanted wedding…
User Reviews: I have to admit, I did not finish this film. But, for me, the first 20 minutes of a comedy are essential to recognize if good laughter awaits or not. In this case, what made me lose all my interest from the very beginning was plagiarism: the story begins at a costume party and when we are getting to know the characters, one of them reproduces exactly Barney Stinson’s from How I met your Mother "hot crazy scale". EXACTLY the same joke and graphic representation. So sad. Later on, that same character refers to his friend as "a lobster, ’cause lobsters aré faithfull"… Come on! We have all seen "Friends" (over and ovee again)! There’s no sign of a cure reference or fan wink, nothing. So it’s only an obvious and poor theft. Apart from this, "Jour J" lacks grace and funny characters, and flashbacks aré way too grotesque (and definetly not funny). So, my suggestion Is, do not waste your precious minutes.