These happy occasions, weddings, and all that they involve, are a staple of romantic comedies. It makes perfect sense, given the abundance of material they offer – proposal, preparations, parties, and the inevitable panic. at marry meJennifer Lopez plays a pop star who impulsively decides to marry a complete stranger – a math teacher played by Wedding Crashers Actor Owen Wilson. To celebrate the release of DVD and Blu-ray on May 16, 2022, here’s a look at some of the best wedding-themed movies ever!
My Best Friend’s Wedding (1997)
Julia Roberts plays a less exciting woman when her best friend (Robert Everett) announces he is getting married. why? Because she knows she loves him! And she will do everything in her power to make sure that the wedding does not go on.
Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)
Hugh Grant became a huge star in the back of this hugely successful British film, playing a stuttering solo role that goes on to bump into Andy McDowell over the course of, as the title indicates, Four Weddings and a Funeral. Do spouses fall in love and live happily ever after? It’s definitely time to watch again.
The Wedding Singer (1994)
Adam Sandler plays his highs in this naughty comedy romance as a famous wedding artist who falls in love with a waitress (Drew Barrymore). So far, very well, except that they are both engaged to other people. The path of love doesn’t go smoothly, does it?
The Runaway Bride (1999)
Julia Roberts again, this time as a woman who continues to feel anxious and can’t bring herself to say “I do,” and the fiancée leaves her standing alone at the altar. A handsome reporter (Richard Gere) is tasked with writing a story about it, and you know what happens next.
Wedding Crashers (2005)
marry me Stars Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn play friends who go to weddings, uninvited, to bring their feminine charm to unwilling guests swept away by the romantic mood of the day. This is all fun and games for the pair until Wilson finds he’s fallen in love with Rachel McAdams – which threatens to end their rant.
The Wedding Planner (2001)
marry me Jennifer Lopez stars in this hit comedy – a woman who spends her days ensuring that the path to true love runs smoothly for passionate couples planning their very special day. However, there’s a slight problem with her last assignment – she falls in love with her groom (Matthew McConaughey), and it’s a big deal that doesn’t stop this kind of work.
Wedding Date (2005)
Debra Lessing, who doesn’t want to go to her sister’s wedding as a single person, hires an escort (Dermott Mulroney), whom she plans to portray as her boyfriend. What you don’t expect is that her date for the occasion could turn into something in the long run.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002)
Nia Vardalos, who also wrote this hit movie, is a Greek woman who falls in love with a non-Greek man (John Corbett), and has to convince her extended family that she’s a good match. Audiences fell in love with the story and the movie became a box office sensation – proving that everyone loves a good wedding!
Father of the Bride (1991)
Steve Martin is a father reluctant to give his eldest daughter’s hand in marriage, in this touching and charming comedy of the early ’90s. A remake of the 1952 film with Spencer Tracy and Elizabeth Taylor, a sequel also spawned, and is being remade this year with Andy Garcia.
Marry Me (2022)
Jennifer Lopez plays Cat Valdez, the sexiest half of the celebrity couple on Earth with hot new music supernova Bastian (Maluma, who made his feature film debut). The couple is about to get married in a ceremony that will be broadcast live. When Kat learns, seconds before the party, that Bastian cheated on her with her assistant, she collapses on stage, questioning love, truth, and loyalty. Then she closes her eyes to a stranger in the crowd – divorced high school teacher Charlie Gilbert (Owen Wilson)… and fate intervenes. Check out our review of Marry Me.
Mary Lee will be released DVDnd blu ray On May 16, 2022
Karen Woodham is the founder and owner of Blazing Minds. She is also a film reviewer and works with RealD 3D to review the latest 3D and IMAX releases, and also has several articles published in various publications including the first edition of SFW Magazine. In 2015, she became an award winning blogger and her website is listed as one of the UK’s Top 10 Movie Bloggers.