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#Churpremiere – The Wedding Ringer

   Category: Churpremiere | 42 Comments

“Go with a pro”

Are you bro-less? Buddy-deficient? About to settle down with a girl without ever having lived by the bro-code?

You might just need to be inspired at the #Churpremiere of The Wedding Ringer.

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Synopsis:

Doug Harris (Josh Gad) is a loveable but socially awkward groom-to-be with a problem: he has no best man.

Kevin Hart;Josh Gad

With less than two weeks to go until he marries the girl of his dreams (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting), Doug is referred to Jimmy Callahan (Kevin Hart), owner and CEO of Best Man, Inc., a company that provides flattering best men for socially challenged guys in need.

Kevin Hart;Josh Gad;Kaley Cuoco

What ensues is a hilarious wedding charade as they try to pull off the big con, and an unexpected budding bromance between Doug and his fake best man Jimmy.

Kevin Hart;Josh Gad

If the idea of a bromantic comedy (BromCom) hasn’t convinced you that you want to be catching this movie, check out the trailer below to tickle your funny bone!

Thanks to Sony Pictures, ChurpChurp is giving away 39 pairs of passes for you to watch The Wedding Ringer on the big screen! Details of the #Churpremiere are as below:

#Churpremiere of The Wedding Ringer
Date: 27th January 2015 (Tuesday)
Time: 9.00PM
Venue: TGV, One Utama

On top of the tickets, we also have some exclusive, limited-edition The Wedding Ringer  premiums to give away! Check out what you could be bringing home soon:

5 x Limited Edition ‘The Wedding Ringer’  T-Shirt 

5 x Limited Edition ‘The Wedding Ringer’ Shot Glass Set 

10x Limited Edition ‘The Wedding Ringer’ Bottle Opener 

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THE CONTEST

To win a pair of tickets to the #Churpremiere of The Wedding Ringer, here’s what you have to do:

1) Answer this question on our Blog Comment:

What is the best memory you’ve had so far, with your best-friend-best-man (or bridesmaid) to-be?

Example: “We caught some kampung chickens for dinner, hopping in gunny sacks and lay under the night stars, talking about what was, what is and what may be .”

‘Disclaimer: no chickens were harmed in the making of this example’.

2. Finally, remember to fill in the form below to submit your entry! You may submit as many unique entries as you like.

#Churpremiere - The Wedding Ringer

"Go with a pro"
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The 39 Churpers with the most creative blog comment will each win a pair of passes (2 passes) to this screening this #Churpremiere.

So what are you waiting for? Quick submit your entries to catch this #Churpremiere on the big screen!

Terms and conditions:

1) This movie screening is open to existing ChurpChurp users in Malaysia.

2) To participate, Churpers are required to comment on ChurpChurp’s Blog and fill in the contest form above with the stated conditions. Only complete contest entries are accepted and eligible for participation.

3) Invites will be sent out via email to winners by 20th January 2015 (Tuesday) and will require confirmation of attendance by 23rd January 2015 (Friday). Winners who fail to confirm their attendance by the deadline will have their invites allocated to the next Churper.

4) Judges’ decisions are final and not disputable.

5) ChurpChurp reserves the right to amend the Terms and Conditions without prior notice.



Comments

  • Janice Yeap says:

    What is the best memory you’ve had so far, with your best-friend-best-man (or bridesmaid) to-be?
    The best memory I had so far is to plan all the games with my bridesmaid-to-be and trick all the best-man before the groom picks up the bride to the church. I plan those best man to wear adult’s diapers and shake their butts off with the diapers marked with lipstick stains. 😛

  • ” What is the best memory you’ve had so far, with your best-friend-best-man (or bridesmaid) to-be?”

    Different culture implies different style of wedding, thus as an Indian wedding, we’re ought to follow own tradition to conduct the ceremony. However, nowadays the style managed to be changed by latest generations to brings colorful events in wedding itself.

    I played a trick at where all the ladies even small children were to make up the best-friend-best-man if want this wedding to take place 3:)
    Of course they rejects at first, but after saw their groom’s pitiful faces, they eventually agreed. It was awesome and coolest ever, since all of their faces was looking childish with make up. Even the photography of the wedding includes best-friend-best-man looked extraordinary. We laugh even until now whenever someone raise the topic 😀

  • Safiyyah Firzanah says:

    For me it wasn’t the best memory but I find it really funny. I was suppose to be the bridesmaid but a few hours before the wedding, they change it to someone else because I forgot to bring my Bridesmaid dress. It was sad but I take it as a lesson, and I will never forget to bring the dress from now on

  • Jeff Soo says:

    The best memory was of course being played by the ‘jimui’, ya that’s what they thought which in fact we ‘hengdais’ manage to trick them into thinking we were played. At the end of the days both side had plenty of fun and the love season doesn’t stop after my friend marriage, a spark blossom after the hengdai jimui game.

  • Lok Chai Yee says:

    We drove illegally all the from Seri Kembangan to The Curve to celebrate New Year when we was 16! S-I-X-T-E-E-N duhh! Got car no license? PERGI je! -best-friend-bridesmaid-to-be-

  • There was once my best-friend-best-man to-be and me went on a road trip right in the middle of the night just hours before the wedding from Ipoh to KL just in search of a good meal and back just minutes before the wedding starts. I just want to be wild one last time before getting married.

  • so we went for a crazy bachelor’s party for a few days and got him a new wife, wahahahahhaha!!!!

  • WEE MING ER says:

    The best memory become bridesmaid of my best friend is that my friend was values our friendship and wants me to stand beside her as she takes her vows and celebrates the beginning of a new chapter in her life.

  • WEE MING ER says:

    The best memory become bridesmaid of my best friend is that my friend was cherish our friendship and wants me to accompany her to celebrates the beginning of a new chapter in her life.Seeing them happy make me feel happy too.

  • Melody says:

    The best memory i had so far is that during midnight chatting and somehow we came up idea to watch sunrise at Port Dickson. So after one hour nap, we straight head to Port Dickson and we manage to catch the sunrise .

  • as a moviegoers, we went full movie marathon a week before my wedding from morning till the midnight show. Then, we goes hu-ha at mamak stall until wee hour. Then, went up to Broga Hill to catch up the sun rise. Hope can do it again. Maybe in next churpremiere :)

  • zhihow says:

    What is the best memory you’ve had so far, with your best-friend-best-man (or bridesmaid) to-be?
    we went to MAYDAY Concert, sing out loudly and scream til lung out, we got great time when we in college, we go travel, we go cari makan everywhere, we go mamak chat til midnight, we gaming all the sem break. And now he get married last month and i ‘m his groomsman, i’m so touched he already start another life chapter. hopefully we will meet soon and watch next churpremiere.

  • Wu Si Jie says:

    The best memory I had so far with my best friend’s bridesmaids to be is to bully all the best man to get all of them make up like bimbo and selfie and posted on each’s facebook. Even until now,it’s still a funny thing to talk about!

  • Mike Chan says:

    The horrible yet fun part is to endure all bridesmaids’ wicked laughter and gaga ideas, and you have to go through in order to help your bro to meet his ‘Rapunzel’. This is so called BROmance. Nonetheless, it always will be the best memory to keep!

  • Michelle Liew says:

    The best memory would be spending the whole afternoon shopping together, went to mani-pedi & saloon as well and sleepover at the end of the day talking about boys and our future husband to be. Looking back at all those times in high school not knowing time passes so fast and now she is a wife to a lovely husband living their happily ever after. :)

  • Nasrul Fareed Bin Nordin says:

    What is the best memory you’ve had so far, with your best-friend-best-man (or bridesmaid) to-be?
    We went for a movie marathon since we are movie buff and always watch movie every week together so we can spend time with each other and have a quality time together and did not neglected each other because we never know when we gonna die and never see our family, best friends again that is why this is the best memory I ever had with my best-friend-best-man(or bridesmaid)to-be because we spend our time watching movie together like we are dying so we enjoy our life to the fullest

  • Ang Mia Yang says:

    What is the best memory you’ve had so far, with your best-friend-best-man (or bridesmaid) to-be?

    We are kids at that time, roughly aged around 12-15. Playing inside a shopping mall and the last thing we know is the entire mall is shutting down as it is approaching late night. We spent the whole night in the mall, and couldn’t locate anyone to open the entrance for us. That’s our story and the best part is our friendship still lasts till now!

  • Tan Wai How says:

    My best-friend-best-man knows that the bride wants her bestfriend who stay in Sabah to join her wedding in Kuala Lumpur, but ignored due to some misunderstanding. Hence, the night before, my best-friend-best-man and I fly to Sabah to convince her to join. Luckily she promised and fly back to Kuala Lumpur with us in the dawn. The main reason she willing join is because my best-friend-best-man said that the bride does not mean anything to him, but EVERYTHING to him. He willing to do anything and everything he can for her happiness. The bestfriend was touched and felt happy for bride. I’m happy that I manage to feel the romamtic atmosphere as well <3

  • We just sat under our favourite durian tree hoping the durian will drop so that we can make durian chelop and spend our fellowship till the mext day….his great wedding Day.

  • Lim Zong Yen says:

    Chuan is the man! The deep and strong friendship made him my best-friend-best-man. 14 years of friendship and we have been through a lot together. The best memory we had was accident happened on us during a bike ride on the way home from school. That time I was having chickenpox and he had to fetch me back home with his motorcycle as we stayed near to each other. There was a corner when he made that turn, I didn’t know what happened and I was being flung all the waaaaayyyyy and oveeeerrr him~ Luckily both of us were not heavily injured, we got up and continued our journey back home with laughters. 😀 We will never forget that!

  • Lee Ling says:

    One of the best memories is that we lay down on the beach, under the sky full of stars talking about how our future would be and they type of guy we liked. Now, she’s with a guy who came from the stars, exactly the guy she wished upon the stars. I’m so happy for them :) (star’s the matchmaker) *wink*

  • Carrie Yap says:

    We drove all the way from Klang around 10pm to Genting Highlands just to drink a cup of Starbucks, chit-chat and feel the cold wind and then came back around 4am. We still do that now! Hahaha. :)

  • Jimmy Teh says:

    What is the best memory you’ve had so far, with your best-friend-best-man (or bridesmaid) to-be?

    The best memory that i have think off is to genting(a replacement of Las Vegas), to enjoy the last day before been official out of the market. The most funniest thing happen is my friend was super drunk and was gropping everybody in the club but we try our best to stop him. At the end he grope an another drunk guy that have muscular manboobs. Both of them thinking they have hit a jackpot getting laid from a women instead it is “SAUSAGE FEAST”

    After watching for few minutes, we pull him back and let him cool down. Thereafter we was busy talking and left him a side. Than few minutes later we found him missing and we paid the bill, try to hunt him down. He was running naked outside the hotel area and shouting my brother is free for like a long time. That was the best memory that i have encounter

  • Sarah says:

    My best memory would be playing the stripping poker together ! And all of us ended up sleeping half or semi naked together and also fighting for blankets throughout the night ! How I miss tho fun awesome time with them… 😀

  • What is the best memory you’ve had so far, with your best-friend-best-man (or bridesmaid) to-be?
    No hoohaa…we just went to Genting, masuk casino, gambled some moolah and guess what? We ‘tripled’ our investment and got an awesome gift for the newly-wed. Wanna know what it is? Send me the invite and I lechu know! :)

  • Lim Sher Lin says:

    My best memory would be when I was called out to be a “Jimui” (bridesmaid) at the very last minute for my boyfriend cousins wedding. I remember it being awkward at first but it ended up being crazy and fun! The waxing of every “Hengdais” hairy legs was unforgettable!If the glass was thinner, their screams and cries can be destructive! Also, it was the spontaneity of everything that definitely added more thrill to my experience!

  • i thinks this is the best crazy journey we had plan .its by 12pm from port diskson back to kuala lumpur and then go to melaka ( walking around melaka ride the beca and visit a few place. eat ikan bakar ) and we decide to go back kl before 10 pm . and we make it. allot off thing we do.. and that the most precious experience we had.

  • NUR FARHANA BINTI NOR AZIZAN says:

    What is the best memory you’ve had so far, with your best-friend-best-man (or bridesmaid) to-be?
    Well, i never had that chances yet. But I wish I can have the the the BEST memories when I’ve been choose to be bridesmaid. We’ll become the most craziest person few day before the wedding day.. Enjoy it if still can… haha

  • What is the best memory you’ve had so far, with your best-friend-best-man (or bridesmaid) to-be?
    My best memory would be the best-man now become my BEST husband!! So this will be my best memory forever!

  • What is the best memory you’ve had so far, with your best-friend-best-man (or bridesmaid) to-be?

    We had a trip to Singapore, with ny bridesmaid Stop at Melaka just for to have burger zam near 7eleven ayer keroh twice. Booked a random hotel at JB and USS the next day. Just a random trip.

  • Yvonne Tan says:

    What is the best memory you’ve had so far, with your best-friend-best-man (or bridesmaid) to-be?
    It’s just recently happened about 3 weeks back on my best friend’s wedding. We’re having some little games for the best man which we made them do yoga pose, wearing hair bands and put on lipsticks. It’s such an unforgettable moments.

  • Tay Cheng Young says:

    The best memory was when we were still in high school, study together, sit beside each other, fooling around, ponteng together (it’s wrong though), those were the good old days and will forever be the best memory!

  • Rachel Yee says:

    My best memory with my bridesmaid-to-be was getting totally immersed in Patong nightlife! After exploring the local night market and having a yummy seafood dinner, we watched street entertainers, ladyboys and pole dancers do what they’re good at. We even had an awesome tuk tuk ride with the driver playing loud techno music! It was an incredible night! :)

  • ‘What is the best memory you’ve had so far, with your best-friend-best-man (or bridesmaid) to-be?’

    We invited both side of best-friend-best-man and bridesmaid include the bride and groom to hang out 1 week before wedding. It was marvelous because we managed to trick do fun activities as bungee jump, ice skating, waterpark and also night seeing. Why did we hijacked all of them ?
    The reason was so simple, its because after the wedding, everyone will start to get busy with their own life as to go work and take care of family, thus unable to enjoy life as used to be during teenager’s life.
    Wedding is a further step of responsibility and faithful commitment in life, everyone would be lucky to have partner with them :-)

  • CHAN HUI XIN says:

    The best memory i ever had is when we travel to paris 1 week before get married! We celebrate, we enjoy the last moment of being single! We shop, we took many photos. You can never imagine how close we are. This is the best oversea trip i ever had!

  • Amanda Shum says:

    The best memory I’ve had so far, with my best-friend-best-man (or bridesmaid) to-be was when we headed out the night before the wedding day. We played truth or dare, one of my friends dared to groom to carry the bride around and shout I love you (name) around the area

  • Chai Hui Yen says:

    What is the best memory you’ve had so far, with your best-friend-best-man (or bridesmaid) to-be?

    Best memory I’ve had so far with my best-friend-bridesmaid-to-be was the crazy moment when both of us wore costumes (dresses like wedding costumes), acted out as if we are getting married and even make-up for each other with horrible looks in the end due to we were partially drunk!

  • Tan Yune Lynn says:

    The best moment with my bestfriend will be at that time where we attend ‘The Click Five’ concert at Genting Highlands. That was one hell of a night. We partied all night long. Before the concert we went and eat a mexican dinner and then when to the concert. After concert, we took selfies of ourselves. Although it’s a long time ago but that memories will never leave me.

  • Sasithorn says:

    One of the best memory I had so far with my best friend’s wedding is to make the bridegroom’s brothers make up like a bimbo, make them wearing adult diapers and dance the monkey dance! haha

  • Ng Horng Rui says:

    The best memory with my best-friend-bridesmaids-to-be would be attending the previous #Churpremiere #Taken 3 where both of us got into the wrong theatre! We ordered food from the GSC candy bar and they said they needed time to prepare so they offered to send the food to our seats. I gave them the correct hall number and seat number, but we got into the wrong one. Ended up the GSC staff was waiting outside the correct hall, and when I realized the mistake, the movie was about to end already. Im sorry to the GSC staff and thanks for waiting there patiently.

  • Ng Horng Rui says:

    Ps: luckily the seats were vacant and it was playing Taken 3 too. Phew~~~

  • Tan Mei Yee says:

    I still remember last year i met my ‘ji mui’ at mcd to discuss my best friend wedding games. Some of my ‘ji mui’ flew all the way from oversea and me myself drove from JB to KL just to join this wedding games discussion aka gathering for us. I won’t forgot that night how we discuss and came out with several different crazy games. It was a last long memories for me 😀