A nicely offbeat ensemble cast, led by the always-winning Anna Kendrick, makes the gentle wedding farce "Table 19" worth the RSVP.
Kendrick plays Eloise McGarry, who wrestles with the choice of an RSVP to the wedding of her longtime friend Francie Millner (Rya Meyers). Eloise was going to be Francie's maid of honor, but lost that privilege when Francie's brother Teddy (Wyatt Russell), the groom's best man, dumped Eloise after two years together. Eventually Eloise decides to go.
At the reception, Eloise finds herself assigned to Table 19. Since she helped Francie plan the wedding, before Teddy dumped her, Eloise knows the significance of the seating chart. She knows that Table 19 is the Siberia of the reception, or, as she puts it, the place for people who "should have known to send regrets, but not before sending something nice off the registry."