I liked the cast overall - who doesn't love a British romcom? The main
characters were absolute prats, though, and deserved each other (and I
don't mean that in a good way!).
They both toy with each other and other people in their lives until
they - predictably - end up together, but not before hurting just one
I mean, Carrie knew what she was doing when she came to his wedding,
and told him ON HIS WEDDING MORNING that she was separated. She knew he
loved her, and now that she was alone (without her gold mine husband),
she didn't want to lose him, but of course, his wedding day was the
perfect time to tell him she was available... roll eyes SMH for that.
She also cheated on her fiancé with him... and he went along with it!
What's more, he stood up his bride to be on the wedding day AT THE
ALTAR just because Carrie shows up! Seriously.
Overall, they come across as really shallow people who don't care
if/how they hurt others in their own pursuit of happiness. No regard
for anyone else (including each other!)
I did love his group of friends though - what an interesting bunch!
They are the only reason I'm giving this movie 6/10!
Also, not much chemistry between Andie M. and Hugh G. ... and he played
the hapless character he always plays.
Having a good night?
Yes. It's right up there with my father's funeral for sheer entertainment value.
Entertaining, pleasant and funny, `Four Weddings and a Funeral' makes for a satisfying, feel-good cinematic experience that just seems so wonderfully civilized amid the seemingly endless rancor abounding in our world today. It's what's known as the magic of the movies.