Table 19 :-Watch Table 19 on 123moviestvshow.com,Eloise, having been relieved of maid of honor duties after being unceremoniously dumped by the best man via text, decides to attend the wedding anyway, only to find herself seated with five fellow unwanted guests at the dreaded Table 19.A comedy film about a group of wedding attendees that all bond with each other, after being seated together at a table for undesirables. It was directed by Jeffrey Blitz (who’s also helmed such critically acclaimed indie flicks as the 2002 documentary ‘SPELLBOUND’, and the 2007 quirky comedy ‘ROCKET SCIENCE’). It was co-written by Blitz and Jay and Mark Duplass. The movie stars Anna Kendrick, Craig Robinson, Lisa Kudrow, June Squibb, Stephen Merchant, Tony Revolori and Wyatt Russell. It’s received a limited theatrical release at the Box Office, and it’s also gotten mostly negative reviews from critics. I enjoyed it to a certain extent.Eloise McGarry (Kendrick) was recently dumped by her boyfriend, Teddy (Russell), through a text. Teddy is a groomsman at his sister’s wedding, that Eloise was also supposed to be a bridesmaid in. Eloise attends the wedding anyway, and she’s seated with a group of other people that the wedding party was also hoping wouldn’t attend. The group of misfits bond during the course of the ceremony.The film is quirky and funny at times, but it’s definitely far from hilarious. The characters are pretty well developed though, and the roles are all well cast. The movie is actually more impressive when it’s trying to be serious, and emotional, than when it’s supposed to be funny. Overall the film is definitely a bit of a mixed bag, but I’d say it’s still worth seeing (but maybe only on video, or cable TV).