The Big Wedding isn't the first film of its kind; not by a mile. It does boast a diverse, well-rounded cast, and some funniest moments.
Its a relief to see Katherine Heigl play the anti-Katherine Heigl for once.
How many movies will Amanda Seyfried be married in?
How many times will Robin Williams play a (less) wacky priest?
See it for the cast, and the occasional use of some pretty raunchy humour (done in great taste).
Nicholas Meyer returns to direct the final installment with the original series crew.
What we have here is the Shakesperean Trek, a surprising but effective take on the now classic series. It's all here: the five act structure, monologue and soliloquies, even recognizeable lines from some of the Bard's most famous plays (Cry Havoc!).
The plot is canon changing, which is a breath of fresh air after the disappointing Final Frontier. Very dramatic, but never hokey I found myself on…