Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994) UK
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Director:Mike Newell
Studio:Baker & Taylor Video
Producer:Duncan Kenworthy, Eric Fellner, Richard Curtis, Tim Bevan
Writer:Richard Curtis
Date Added:2007-03-06
Purchased On:2007-06-03
Awards:Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 23 wins & 14 nominations
Genre:Wedding Bells
Picture Format:Pan & Scan
Aspect Ratio:1.85:1
Languages:English, Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround, French, Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround
Features:Trivia Booklet
Mike Newell  ...  (Director)
Richard Curtis  ...  (Writer)
Hugh Grant  ...  Charles
James Fleet  ...  Tom
Simon Callow  ...  Gareth
John Hannah  ...  Matthew
Kristin Scott Thomas  ...  Fiona
David Bower  ...  David
Charlotte Coleman  ...  Scarlett
Andie MacDowell  ...  Carrie
Timothy Walker  ...  Angus the Groom - Wedding One
Sara Crowe  ...  Laura the Bride - Wedding One
Ronald Herdman  ...  Vicar - Wedding One
Elspet Gray  ...  Laura's Mother - Wedding One
Philip Voss  ...  Laura's Father - Wedding One
Rupert Vansittart  ...  George the Boor at The Boatman - Wedding One
Nicola Walker  ...  Frightful Folk Duo - Wedding One
Paul Stacey  ...  
Simon Kunz  ...  
Rowan Atkinson  ...  
Robin McCaffrey  ...  
Michael Mears  ...  
Michael Coulter  ...  Cinematographer
Jon Gregory  ...  Editor
Comments: He's quite engaging. She's otherwise engaged.

Summary: A surprise hit and one of the highest grossing films ever to come out of Great Britain, this effortlessly enchanting romantic comedy finds confirmed bachelor Hugh Grant (Nine Months) attending weddings with his single friends as they all lament not being able to commit. Grant keeps running into an attractive American (Andie MacDowell) at these festivities and begins a long-running affair with her, even as he attends her own wedding, the funeral of one of his best friends, and his own pending nuptials. Featuring a spirited supporting cast including Kristin Scott Thomas (The English Patient) as the acerbic friend quietly in love with Grant, this touching and funny film with a mischievous sense of humor and some truly heartbreaking moments is destined to become one of the classic romantic comedies of all time. --Robert Lane