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Until the end comes, though, we still have our families to deal with. Certainly that's the situation in Justin Zackham's THE BIG WEDDING (October 19), a rom-com about an estranged couple who must make a show of togetherness at their son's wedding. It stars Susan Sarandon, Diane Keaton, Amanda Seyfried, and Robert De Niro, who presumably has survived the kidnapping in Killer Elite intact.

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