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).
I can't say that I've seen many WWII-inspired films, so I'm not really sure why I decided to select it when it came up on my Netflix feed. I'm glad I did; what an interesting little picture.
Basically its the star quality of Frank Sinatra leading a group of prisoners to freedom in German occupied Italy. Ol' Blue Eyes comes through, and saves the war!
Great story that had enough twists and turns to keep me interested during the much appreciated, under-2-hours running time. Being a Cinemascope release it looks outstanding, and the score by Jerry Goldsmith (in one of his early films) is wonderfully war-like.
I liked this one a lot more than I thought I would!
Where oh where did this go?
By far the weakest entry of the late 90's horror series. It only took two movies to become what it was originally parodying; is that a record?
However, I did like the revisiting of Woodsboro (purely for nostalgic reasons), the Hollywood cameos (as out of place as they were), Parker Posey, and a young(isn) Scott Wolfe.