Wedding Movies – The 5 most beautiful cinema Weddings

Whether you want to get some ideas for your wedding or you simply want to indulge just a relaxed and entertaining evening with your girlfriends. There are many Hollywood classics that deal around the theme of love, marriage and marry. We have summarized here the most romantic, most touching, most successful, funniest movies for you:

Runaway Bride (Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, 1999 )
Julia Roberts plays Maggie Carpenter, a spirited and attractive young woman who has had a number of unsuccessful relationships. Maggie, afraid of being married, has left a trail of boyfriends. Indeed, she’s left three men waiting for her in church on their wedding day (all of which are caught on tape), receiving tabloid fame and the dubious nickname “Runaway Bride”.

Meanwhile, in New York, reporter Ike Graham (played by Richard Gere), writes a column about her that contains several factual errors. He’s fired for it and then decides to write an in-depth article about Maggie in a bid to get his job back. He travels to Hale, Maryland, where he finds her living with her family and on her fourth attempt to become married. The fourth groom-to-be is Bob, a football coach at the local high school who treats Maggie like a mental patient. See details about Runaway Bride

27 Dresses (Katherine Heigl and James Marsden, 2008)
Jane Nichols (Katherine Heigl) has been a bridesmaid for 27 weddings. One night when she is attending two weddings almost simultaneously, she meets Kevin Doyle (James Marsden), who helps her home but repulses her with his cynical views of marriage and finds the planner she left behind in the taxi they shared.

Meanwhile, Jane’s younger sister Tess (Malin Akerman) comes home to visit for a couple of weeks and falls in love with Jane’s boss George (Edward Burns). Tess pretends to like the same things George does so that she can get him to like her; despite loving George herself, Jane does not reveal the truth and the courtship progresses rapidly. . See details about 27 Dresses

The Wedding Planner (Jennifer Lopez ad Matthew McConaughey, 2001)
Lopez plays a San Francisco wedding planner, Maria ‘Mary’ Fiore. She is too consumed with planning others’ events to worry about her own personal life until she is saved from a nasty accident by Dr. Steve Edison (McConaughey).

Mary and Steve spend a wonderful evening in the park, watching an old movie (Two Tickets To Broadway), dancing and nearly kissing before being interrupted by an untimely rain shower. After glowing to her friends that she had finally found a man that she likes, she soon learns that Edison is engaged to her biggest client Fran Donolly (Bridgette Wilson). After the revelation… . See details about The Wedding Planner

Father of the Bride (Diane Keaton und Steve Martin, 1991)
George Banks (Steve Martin) is an upper-middle-class owner of an athletic shoe company in San Marino, California, whose 22-year-old daughter Annie (Kimberly Williams) has decided to marry a man (George Newbern) from an upper-class family from Bel-Air, despite knowing each other only three months. George can’t think of what life would be like without his daughter and becomes slightly insane (especially when he finds out the wedding will cost over $100,000), although his wife (Diane Keaton) tries to make him happy for Annie. When the wedding takes place at their home, along with a foreign wedding planner named Franck (Martin Short) taking over the ceremony, George tries to handle the fact that his daughter has grown up and has a life of her own. See details about Father of the Bride

Meet the Parents (Ben Stiller, Teri Polo, and Robert de Niro, 2000)
Gaylord M. “Greg” Focker (Ben Stiller) is a nurse living in Chicago. He intends to propose to his girlfriend Pam Byrnes (Teri Polo), a schoolteacher. His plans are disrupted by the news that Pam’s sister Debbie (Nicole DeHuff) is getting married and Greg and Pam are invited to spend the weekend before the wedding at Pam’s parents’ house in Oyster Bay, New York (on Long Island). Hoping to make the best of the situation, Greg now plans to propose to Pam in front of her family and brings the engagement ring he bought for Pam with him.

At the Byrnes family home, Greg meets Pam’s father Jack (Robert De Niro), mother Dina (Blythe Danner) and their beloved cat Mr. Jinx. Jack takes an instant dislike towards Greg and, subtly at first but more openly as time goes by, criticizes Greg for his choice of career as a male nurse and anything else he sees as a difference between Greg and the Byrnes family. See details about Meet the Parents

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