This is a film that wants you to take a deep breath, that wants you to get context before you take the plunge into its depths, which though admirable, hasn't been executed to its fullest potential, and yet it has a heart. The actors do their job, and at some point you get past their insane hotness, which is complimentary, of course. The story revolves around an impulsive (maybe slightly drunk?) wedding and its implications for a very young couple, who haven't yet rooted themselves in terms of what they want from life.
The film gets into the rut of a possibly accurate on an average, but an over used male stereotype, that of a lazy ass, porn-watching, XBOX playing deadbeat young husband, but the catch here is, he's insanely attractive and kinda sweet, which helps. The glossy young couple were maybe meant to begin that way, maybe we were supposed to look through the eyes of an outsider, to whom everything would look glossy, but impractical. An unlikely, but possible theory. But anyway, the movie doesn't remain template driven for very long and soon gets it's own if not full bodied, at least a decent upper half.
Any movie that makes me uncomfortable, puts me in a different frame of mind than what I walked in with, is worthy of watching, so go ahead, it's a decent attempt at the fallacy of impulsive decisions leading to happy endings, but with a hot cast.