Released: October 3rd Genre: Drama Rating: 15 Trailer: Click here The Film - When Kym (Anne Hathaway) returns to the Buchman family home for the wedding of her sister Rachel (Rosemarie Dewitt), she brings a long history of personal crisis and family conflict along with her. The wedding party’s abundant cast of friends and relations have gathered for an idyllic weekend of feasting, music and love, but Kym—with her black-comic one-liners and knack for bombshell drama—is a catalyst for long-simmering tensions in the family dynamic. Filled with the rich and eclectic characters that have always been a hallmark of Jonathan Demme’s films, Rachel Getting Married paints a strikingly perceptive and sometimes hilarious family portrait. Director Demme, first-time writer Jenny Lumet, and the stellar acting ensemble leaven the drama of these difficult but compelling people with wry affection and generosity of spirit. The Verdict - The start of this trailer wasn't really that exciting nor captivating for me and i was seriously considering not viewing past the first few seconds - BUT then i I fell head over of heels in love with Ann Hathaway and her destructive and rebellious character, Kym; who seemed to burst out of nowhere from behind a dirty plume of cigarette smoke.Rachel Getting Married looks like a perfect film for The Princess Diaries starlet to break away from any teen stigmas that she may have accumulated along the way, really showing off her diversity and an otherwise unseen feisty side to her talent thats seeps out in character Kym's downward spiral. But don't be sad, the trailer features the Buddy Holly track "Everyday" (if you know who's covering it let me know!) That being said, there isn't much else in terms of sustenance for the film and it seems Hathaway's character plays a much bigger part in the film, carrying it the entire way through. Rachel Getting Married has its moments, it's ups and its downs, much like any normal marriage. Lets just hope the audience dosnt get jilted at the alter on this one.