My Best Friend's Wedding


Comedy / Drama / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 71%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 73%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 115,422


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April 9, 2019



Cameron Diaz as Heather
Dermot Mulroney as Gil Previck
Julia Roberts as Charlotte the Spider
Paul Giamatti as Larry Canipe
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761.74 MB
PG-13 on a
23.976 fps
105 min
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1.59 GB
PG-13 on a
23.976 fps
105 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Ava Suri 8 / 10 / 10

Yes Rupert !!!

I think I like the movie most for Rupert Everett. His walk (which he describes as panther like) was amazing. he sticks to his friend, giving the only sensible advice possible. Say a little prayer for you was amazing, his story of his engagement with Julia was so delicious. Julia's mean streak was magnificent.. also her eyes when she sees her best friend being carried away. I enjoy this movie every time, and cannot miss the Rupert parts at all ! Although if you look closely, the sudden love for Dermot Mulroney is not natural. Not for a minute would a character like Julianne be happy with someone like him. She could rough it in seedy hotels, but not be tied down to someone's schedules. So you are kind of relieved that Julianne walks free in the end. And she does have this magnificent friend like Rupert who drops everything and comes to her rescue. If he hadn't been gay, he would have been besotted with her and that is the kind of a man Julianne really needs I like it that Julianne remains single in the end. That is what life is like, sometimes you have to hand over your loved ones and deal with life on its own. There is no magic guy who appears the minute you are single.

Reviewed by evanston_dad 8 / 10 / 10

Why Doesn't Julia Roberts Just Get Some Female Friends?

An unpleasant comedic vehicle for Julia Roberts about a woman who realizes too late that she's in love with her male best friend and decides to sabotage his engagement so she can have him for herself. Roberts is game, but the movie is pretty bad. It makes the main character so sadistically unpleasant that not only do you not root for her and her buddy (played by an unappealing Dermot Mulroney) to get together, you hope bad things happen to her to punish her for her crimes. Not a great set up for the character with whom we're forced to spend most of the movie. Cameron Diaz plays the fiancée as a perfect little blonde, and Rupert Everett plays Roberts' OTHER male best friend, this one gay, who looks bored to be in the movie. Grade: C-

Reviewed by Catharina_Sweden 8 / 10 / 10

Very nice

I liked this movie a lot! It is both fun and sad; it awakens strong emotions and leave you with a feeling that you have experienced something important - in spite of all the Hollywood "sugar". Beautiful people, lavish props, staging, extras etc., high-budget, good visuals, fresh colours, many fine details to look at. But most of all I liked the ending. I am glad that the ending, just for once, was unhappy (for the heroine). Because that is what often happens in real life, and you have to go on even when you have lost - or never won - the person that you think about as the love of your life. Movies with "unhappy" endings - but which still show a heroin or hero who is coping with that - give comfort and inspiration for yourself to go on, too.

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