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Few movies are as charming as this one.
An all time classic.
Combines romance, humor, and even a bit of well-crafted drama in a balanced manner that ends up distinguishing the final product from more forgettable fare, but it might be a bit of a stretch to count among the greatest British films of all time. The romance between Charles and Carrie is one of the better in the genre, not pretending that their relationship is a fairy tale, love-at-first-sight affair (despite claiming so), but rather a initially superficial fling covered in a veneer of wit that gradually causes cracks in each others' perceptions of their more established relationships and marriage itself. Really solid supporting cast that provides just enough in their respective roles to complement the main narrative; Atkinson's priest is a great example of this, with a single scene to establish his character followed by a more substantial punchline-ridden sermon. (4/5)
It wasn't bad for a romcom, but how can this movie be two hours long and it never be explained how any of these people know each other.
Offensively bad. Lame, weak, condescending, bad.
Deeply unlikable despite the likable leads.
Fun and lighthearted with a British flavor. A rom-com everyone will enjoy, especially men who are familiar with the 'fear' of marriage.
This is what people should be making.
the funeral scene is one of my favorites- that poem being read is an accurate depiction of grief
Nothing beats a 90's British rom-com featuring Hugh Grant as a lovable perpetual bachelor & his misfit group of friends (including Kristine Thompson) as they attend a series of four weddings (and a funeral) over the course of a year. Big hats, British humour (Rowan Atkinson as the world's most nervous priest), and maybe true love is found along the way.
I love this movie and watch it whenever it is on cable. It never gets old. Hugh Grant is wonderful as Charles. I became an instant fan and have followed his career.