DirectorStephan Elliott Music directorGuy Gross WriterDean Craig LanguageEnglish
Release date14 October 2011 (2011-10-14) (MVFF)
26 January 2012 (2012-01-26) (Australia)
31 August 2012 (2012-08-31) (United Kingdom) Featured songsThe Ballroom Blitz, weightless CastRebel Wilson (Daphne Ramme), Xavier Samuel (David Locking), Olivia Newton-John (Barbara Ramme), Kris Marshall (Tom), Kevin Bishop (Graham), Laura Brent (Mia) Similar moviesStar Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones, Taxi Driver, Pulp Fiction, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Monsters University
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A Few Best Men is a 2011 Australian-British comedy film written by Dean Craig and directed by Stephan Elliott. The film stars Xavier Samuel as a young groom heading to the Australian Blue Mountains with his three best men for his wedding.
When David Locking (Xavier Samuel) proposes to his girlfriend Mia Ramme (Laura Brent) a week after they meet in Tuvalu, he rounds up his three best friends (Kris Marshall, Kevin Bishop, and Tim Draxl) to come to his wedding in Australia as best men. Soon, havoc ensues when the trio accidentally steal drugs, are chased by a mobster (Steve Le Marquand), and get the father-in-law's (Jonathan Biggins) sheep stoned.
Xavier Samuel as David Locking
Kris Marshall as Tom
Kevin Bishop as Graham
Rebel Wilson as Daphne Ramme
Olivia Newton-John as Barbara Ramme
Laura Brent as Mia Ramme
Jonathan Biggins as Jim Ramme
Tim Draxl as Luke
Steve Le Marquand as Ray
Elizabeth Debicki as Maureen
Universal Music Australia released A Few Best Man: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and Remixes on 20 January 2012. The film soundtrack is sung primarily by Olivia Newton-John.
"Weightless" – Olivia Newton-John
"The Rain, the Park and Other Things" (Lo Five Remix) – Olivia Newton-John
"The Nips Are Getting Bigger" – The Wedding Band
"Daydream Believer" (Chew Fu Fix) – Olivia Newton-John
"The Pushbike Song" (Pablo Calamari Remix) – Olivia Newton John
"Wankered" – The Wedding Band
"Afternoon Delight" – The Wedding Band
"A Beautiful Morning" – The Wedding Band
"Brand New Key" (Archie Remix) – Olivia Newton-John
"The Love Boat" (Roulette Remix) – Olivia Newton-John
"Live It Up" – The Wedding Band
"Sugar, Sugar" (Chew Fu Fix) – Olivia Newton-John
"Living in the '70s" – The Wedding Band
"Devil Gate Drive" (Chew Fu & PVH Night Fever Remix) – Olivia Newton-John
A Few Best Men premiered at the Mill Valley Film Festival in San Rafael, California on 14 October 2011. The film was released in Australia on 26 January 2012, in Germany on 14 June 2012, and in the United Kingdom on 31 August 2012.
A Few Best Men was met with negative reviews, earning an approval rating of 17% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Fiona Williams of SBS noted that the film was as "Funny as a funeral", awarding the film one star out of five, commenting that "Like a bad wedding reception, A Few Best Men is overlong by at least an hour, and the flimsy plot groans under its own weight."
Despite its poor reviews, A Few Best Men was nominated for an AACTA Award for Best Original Music Score.