The Big Wedding
To the amusement of their adult children and friends, long divorced couple Don and Ellie Griffin (De Niro and Keaton) are once again forced to play the happy couple for the sake of their adopted... View more >
language, sexual content and brief nudity
Starring Amanda Seyfried, Robert De Niro, Katherine Heigl... View more >
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My Big Fat Stupid Wedding. That's what I think about this movie. It may be a big wedding, but thge cast needs a few brain cells. I love the impressive cast, but they're wren't given muchg as far as material as concern. I love the look of the movie. I was even impressed by what Diana Keaton wore at the start of the movie. But, the script is full of swearinbg and ugly screts that keep cominbg out one after the other. I love Diana Keaton, Susan Sarandon and Amanda Seyfried.. I need to see better things coming out of those three. Katherine Heigal has kept playing the same character for the past six years. Robin williams is dull in another peacher role. How many peacher roles did he played on the big screen?, I lost count. I was impressded with the performance with Patricia Rae, but role was broken down to having her speak only Spanish. She was weak and she could do better. The plot had Keaton and Robert DeNiro as divorced couple who had to get back together to please her conservative inlaws. Spunds like a plot borrow (or stolen) from the 1996 movie "The Birdcage." A much better movie is 1997's "My Best Friend's Weddin g" and 2002's "My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Thgese two movie which also center aroiund weddings, is mot omly appealing, but is full of life. That is something "The Big Wedding" doesn't have.
After reading the only review on your site, we were reluctant to see “The big wedding” but then looking at the cast we thought it couldn’t be that bad.
The movie was funny, well paced, beautifully shot, and overall quite enjoyable.
The ugly secrets are why it’s a comedy, and as far as the spanish in the movie, apparently he had difficulties in reading the subtitles.
The movie was entertaining way to spend a nice time with someone special to you, not your fraternity brothers.
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