20 hilarious wedding movies


20 hilarious wedding movies
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The best wedding movies are always filled with festive bustle and anticipation. Melodramas, romcoms and even tragicomedies – we managed to collect the most interesting among them. Choose the option that suits your mood!

1. Festive Trouble (2017)

Festive Trouble (2017)
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A wonderful French comedy about how difficult it is to organize a themed wedding in an old castle. After all, if something can go wrong, it will definitely go.

2. A little married (2012)

A little married (2012)

Tom (Jason Siegel) and Violetta (Emily Blunt) have been engaged for a long time, but their relationship has not developed in any way. But quarrels and conflicts develop, and in general, is this wedding really needed?

3. Father of the bride (1991)

Father of the Bride (1991)

A remake of an old 50s family comedy starring Steve Martin and Diane Keaton will brighten up your evening perfectly. George Banks is an ordinary entrepreneur who is hostile to the beloved of his grown-up daughter. But he will have to accept!

4. War of the Brides (2009)

Bride War (2009)

Emma (Anne Hathaway) and Liv (Kate Hudson) grew up together and they never had any major disagreements. Until, by chance, their weddings were scheduled for one day, and even in one place.

5. Singer at the wedding (1998)

Singer at the wedding (1998)

Robbie (Adam Sandler) is a nice guy and the perfect wedding guest. He sings, pushes toast and creates an atmosphere in every possible way. He still believes in love himself, and for the sake of it he endures a difficult relationship with his girlfriend. Meanwhile, Julia (Drew Barrymore) is getting married and asks Robbie for help.

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6. Groom for hire (2005)

Groom for hire (2005)

Kat (Debra Messing) is clearly losing to her ex-boyfriend on the personal front. And so, in order to impress the ex-lover and not fall face down in the dirt, she hires a handsome and strong Nick (Dermot Mulroney) to play for her boyfriend’s money.

7. License for marriage (2007)

Marriage License (2007)

Ben (John Krasinski) is going to propose to Sadie (Mandy Moore) right on her parents’ anniversary. The couple is already choosing a church for the wedding, but Frank Dorman’s father (Robin Williams) has his own condition.

8. Groom for two (2017)

Groom for two (2017)

Alexia finds a wedding agent’s business card in the pocket of her boyfriend Matthias, and believes that he is ready to propose to her. Who would have thought that this was actually his mistress’s business card?

9.27 weddings (2008)

27 weddings (2008)

Jane (Katherine Heigl) is a professional bridesmaid with looks for all occasions. She has successfully organized 27 weddings besides her own. And so she meets the skeptic and cynic Kevin (James Marsden), who hates all this fuss.

10. Uninvited guests (2005)

Uninvited guests (2005)

John and Jeremy (Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn) have a great plan to find girls right at their weddings. Each time they come up with new stories, rubbed into trust, and miraculously open all the doors in front of them. And so over and over again, until one ill-fated day …

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11. Four weddings and one funeral (1994)

Four weddings and one funeral (1994)

The shy and awkward Charles (Hugh Grant) is totally fascinated by Kerry (Andie MacDowell). But he constantly meets her at weddings and at funerals. Is this fate?

12. Crazy wedding (2014)

Crazy wedding (2014)

Claude (Christian Clavier) and Marie (Chantal Loby) are the parents of beautiful French daughters. Only now each daughter had her own vision of the future family and personal life.

13. Best man for rent (2015)

Best man for rent (2015)

Duck Harris (Josh Gad) is doing well, has a job and a girlfriend, and now he is already in full swing preparing for the wedding. Only now no one wants to become his best man, and they have to get out.

14. How to get married in 3 days (2010)

How to get married in 3 days (2010)

Anna Brady (Amy Adams) decides to propose to her boyfriend in Ireland. And he chooses St. Oswald’s Day for this – the only day of the year when, according to tradition, a girl can make an offer. But plans change on the fly!

15. My Big Greek Wedding (2001)

My Big Greek Wedding (2001)

Tula (Nia Vardalos) is the daughter of a noisy and large Greek family who falls in love with an ordinary American. Her chosen one will have to master the world of difficult alien traditions and customs.

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16.Eva Wilde’s Crazy Wedding (2017)

Eva Wilde's Crazy Wedding (2017)

Lawrence (John Malkovich) and Eve (Glenn Close) are actors and ex-spouses. However, they managed to maintain a good relationship, despite all the disagreements, and now Lawrence plans to propose to his ex-wife again. But Eve has other plans!

17. Rachel is getting married (2008)

Rachel is getting married (2008)

Kim (Anne Hathaway) returns from drug rehab straight to her sister’s wedding. Rachel (Rosemary DeWitt) is not at all happy about this turn of events, and she did not really miss her relative.

18. My ex’s wedding (2017)

My ex's wedding (2017)

Adam and Allison were the perfect match, but nothing lasts forever. And now Allison is already marrying another man and inviting Adam to the wedding.

19. Runaway Bride (1999)

Runaway Bride (1999)

An old classic from Harry Marshall, creator of Pretty Woman. Starring all the same Julia Roberts and Richard Gere. An ordinary journalist Ike falls in love with Maggie, on whose account there are already three abandoned suitors and a new wedding on the nose.

20. Mamma Mia! (2008)

Mamma Mia!  (2008)

Sophie Sheridan is about to get married on a Greek island, but first she wants to find out who her father is. She finds the names of three “suspects” and invites everyone to her wedding. Donna, her mother, is reminded of her former love again. Cast – Meryl Streep, Amanda Seyfried, Pierce Brosnan and Colin Firth.

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