Four Weddings And A Funeral

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Five good reasons to stay single.

The poster child of cheeky British rom-com charm, Four Weddings And A Funeral - pairing Hugh Grant and Andie MacDowell - was an unexpected box office hit, winning three BAFTAs and an Oscar nomination for Best Film. Charts the romance between committed British bachelor Charles and American Carrie, over the course of five social occasions.



Best Actor (Comedy/Musical) for Grant, Golden Globes 1995; Best Film, Actor (Grant), Supporting Actress (Kristin Scott Thomas) winner at the 1995 BAFTA Awards

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Comedy, Romance


Rating: PG Coarse language


Los Angeles Times


Is as good as its word, breezily following a small circle of friends through every one of the events the title promises.

Total Film (UK)


The pitch-perfect profanity, bumbling romanticism and Hugh Grant's floppy-fringed charm remain enduringly, endearingly funny.

Variety (USA)


Truly beguiling romantic comedy is one of the hardest things for a modern film to pull off, but a winning British team has done it in Four Weddings and a Funeral.

Time Out London


A British comedy that's classy and commercial -- and, most important, very, very funny.

New York Times


If ever a film resembled a wedding cake it is Four Weddings and a Funeral, a multi-tiered confection with a romantic spirit and an enchantingly pretty veneer.

Chicago Sun-Times (Roger Ebert)


Delightful and sly.