Four Weddings and a Funeral
Over the course of five social occasions, a committed bachelor must consider the notion that he may have discovered love.
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"The film that made a star of Hugh Grant, and he certainly made the most of this breakout role. His turn as the lovable Charlie showed an actor with a comedic charm who took the sharpness of Richard Curtis's script and ran with it. This had an ensemble cast that all brought something to a film that still feels fresh all these years later. From Simon Callow's fantastic buffoonery, to John Hannah's stellar show as the heartbroken Matthew, a pitch perfect Kristin Scott Thomas as Fiona, and the tragic Charlotte Coleman who was sadly taken far too soon, they all are given the chance to shine by a script that's almost flawless. A truly landmark modern British film that stands the test of time."
"Hugh Grant, need I say more?"
"I know it’s a classic, but I don’t think I could ever end up with a guy who can’t commit to marriage. That’s just not me."
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