‘Tis that time of year . . . wedding season! To help you get pumped for all the upcoming bridal festivities I made a movie guide of my favorite wedding movies.
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This movie is possibly my favorite movie of all time. Debra Messing’s character hires Dermont Mulroney’s character to pretend to be her boyfriend at her sister’s wedding. The plot is simple, the fashion superb, and the soundtrack surprisingly fun.
Usually, I insist on only watching original movies, not remakes. But to my defense, I didn’t know this was a remake for quite some time and I already liked this version. Steve Martin and Martin Short are hilarious! A father worrying over the expense of his daughter’s wedding is a plot line most people can empathize with.
Another Dermot Mulroney wedding movie. For most of the movie you cheer for the villain (Julia Roberts) and her goal of breaking up the wedding couple. There are some great quotable lines and fabulous scenes. The best being when the entire wedding party sings I Say A Little Prayer in a restaurant.
A cute movie not many people have seen. Robin Williams plays the minister marrying Mandy Moore and John Krasinski. The minister makes the couple go through many tests during the pre-marital counseling requirement. From mechanical babies to driving blindfolded you will laugh a lot during these completely unrealistic scenarios.
Bravo to producers Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson for bringing this story to the silver screen! A woman from a very Greek family begins to improve herself and in the process falls in love with a non-Greek man. Hilarity ensues as the family prepares for the wedding.
I have seen this musical more times than I can count. I remember the first time I saw Mamma Mia on stage I said to my mom what a great movie it would make. Years later I was right. It is cheesy, Pierce Brosnan’s singing is awful, but if you are looking for a light, fun movie this is a great pick.
A British classic with quirky humor and awkward flirting attempts. You enjoy watching Hugh Grant’s character and his friends navigate attending weddings while searching for love themselves.