And you wondered why they have so many Polish jokes? Here's one.
| Original Score: 1/5
Although the film lacks the charm of the ethnic gem Moonstruck, it does justice in its own idiosyncratic way to the unpredictable course of love.
Mixes drama and comedy into an uneasy blend that muddles the honesty of each perspective and leaves behind a messy taste.
| Original Score: 2/5
Pregnant With Problems!
| Original Score: 1/4
Polish Wedding an embarrassment to all concerned!
Polish Wedding often steams, but that just blurs the vision.
It didn't work for me, I got no warm and fuzzy feeling for this working-class family.
| Original Score: C-
Doomed at its most basic elements.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
Polish Wedding fails to engage us!
Too many scenes float above reality!
| Original Score: 2/4
A nearly laugh-free comedy!
A disjointed but funny look at a fictitious, blue collar, Polish American family, Polish Wedding manages to be enjoyable due to its winning cast and charmingly buoyant aura that permeates the film.
Writer/director Theresa Connelly gets it right her first time out. She's helped by a good visual sense, a wonderful score, and strong writing that highlights her obvious love for her characters.
Polish Wedding captures family's highs and lows.
A cure for the wedding bell blues infecting a Polish-American family chock full of moonstruck women and Adonis-featured men.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
Finally, somebody's given Claire Danes a role in which she appears to be having fun!
A pleasant romp!
Polish Wedding is a confident, light drama.
| Original Score: C