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Best Wedding Movies

Best Wedding Movies

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    My Best Friend's Wedding. "Say a little prayer for you"
    Julianne realizes she's in love with her best friend Michael just as he is about to marry Kimberly. Recruited as the maid of honor, she plans on stopping the wedding but realizes she might be too late.
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    The Wedding Planner. "Y'know, 'those who can't do, teach' Well those who can't wed, plan."
    Wedding planner Mary falls in love with the groom of one of the biggest weddings of the year. Does she help him get hitched or will she finally have a wedding of her own?
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    Four Weddings and a Funeral. A charming Brit and a sophisticated American. Love made in romantic comedy history.
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    Sound of Music. "How do you solve a problem like Maria?
    Though this classic is not primarily about a wedding, the movie has one of the most beautiful wedding scenes in cinema history as Maria walks down the long aisle to meet Captain Von Trapp.
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    The Godfather. "Leave the gun. Take the cannoli"
    The first flick of the trilogy begins with Connie (Don Corleone's daughter) and Carlo's wedding in 1945.
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    American Wedding. Michelle and Jim finally go all the way in the third installment of American Pie. No pastries were harmed.
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    Wedding Crashers. "I got a stage five clinger."
    Womanizers John and Jeremy crash weddings and party after hours with the bridal party. But things get tricky (and hilarious) when John falls for one of the bridesmaids.
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    Muriel's Wedding. So what if she's never had a date? That won't stand in the way of finding a husband.
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    Meet the Fockers. "50 Fockers. What could be better?"
    What sort of people name their son Gaylord Focker? The Byrnes family is about to find out when they meet their future in-laws.
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    In & Out. Howard is a high school English teacher who was just "outed" by one of his former students on TV. Now he has to convince his town, his fiance and more importantly himself, who he really is.
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    That Old Feeling. Molly thinks that her parents' first meeting in 14 years at her wedding will be disastrous. However, her parents get that old feeling back and proceed to put a damper on her honeymoon.
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    Father of the Bride "I'd like the chipper chicken."
    George Banks can't stand the thought of his little girl Annie getting married but ultimately realizes that he has to let go.
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    Runaway Bride. "Where is she going?" "I don't know, but she'll be there by 10:30 tomorrow."
    Journalist Ike writes a story about Maggie, who leaves her grooms at the altar but soon he wants her to put her running shoes away.
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    27 Dresses. "You kinda look like a shiny mermaid."
    Jane's been a bridesmaid 27 times. While planning her sister's wedding to the man she's secretly in love with, Jane meets a charming writer with a secret who might be the one to lead her to another kind of dress.
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    Wedding Singer. "Please get out of my Van Halen t-shirt before you jinx the band and they break up."
    Wedding singer Robbie is left at the altar while waitress Julia is engaged to the wrong guy. Cue the gods of love to make the situation a perfect romantic comedy.
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    Made of Honor. Hannah asks her best friend, perennial bachelor Tom, to be her maid of honor around the same time he realizes she's the one. Can he stop the wedding and win her heart or will she marry her hot Scottish fiance?
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    Big Fat Greek Wedding "There are two kinds of people - Greeks, and everyone else who wish they was Greek."
    Toula falls in love with a non-Greek and chaos and comedy ensues when she tries to get her family to accept him.