Hit wedding movies
"Father of the Bride"
Steve Martin plays the anxious dad in this 1991 remake of the classic film starring Spencer Tracy and Elizabeth Taylor.
"The Wedding Banquet"
An Academy Award-winning director came to international prominence with this warm-hearted comedy about a marriage of convenience that gets messy when the bride's parents fly in for the ceremony
"Four Weddings and a Funeral"
Hugh Grant and Andie McDowell star in this British comedy that centers on the on-again-off-again romance between an Englishman and an American beauty.
"My Best Friend's Wedding"
Julia Roberts may play Cameron Diaz's best friend, but that doesn't stop her from trying to sabotage the nuptials when she realizes she loves him, too.
"The Wedding Singer"
Wedding singer Adam Sandler and waitress Drew Barrymore are engaged to other people when they first meet. Eventually, things get straightened out.
Nine years after starring in "Pretty Woman,"Julia Roberts and Richard Gere reunite for this romantic comedy about a woman who just can't seem to make it all the way to the altar.
"The Wedding Planner"
Jennifer Lopez plays an ambitious and perpetually single wedding planner who's hired by the controlling fiancée of a hunky pediatrician played by Matthew McConaughey.
"My Big Fat Greek Wedding"
The ethnic humor in this Cinderella movie transcended mere Greekness and touched audiences who came back again and again and again.
"Sweet Home Alabama"
"Legally Blonde" star Reese Witherspoon plays a successful fashion designer who has to take care of some unfinished business before she can say, "I do," to a wealthy socialite
There are plenty of misadventures in this final installment of the "American Pie" trilogy starring Jason Biggs and Alyson Hannigan.
Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn play womanizing buddies who sneak into receptions so they can hit on already romance-besotted women. Then they have a falling out over Rachel McAdams.
Amanda Seyfried plays a bride-to-be who longs to learn the true identity of her father before her big day – a secret that her independent-minded single mom has never revealed. Is it an Irish architect, a Swedish adventurer/writer or a British banker
Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson star in this romantic comedy that tests the lifelong friendship of two brides-to-be when their weddings are accidentally scheduled on the same date at the same location.