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The Modern Wedding Comedy Guide | Four Weddings And A Funeral
Four Weddings And A Funeral

The Happy Couple: Carrie (Andie MacDowell) and Sir Hamish Banks (Corin Redgrave)

The Hanger On: Charles (Hugh Grant)

What’s the situation? Foppish charmer Charles is smitten by American sasspot Carrie (Andie MacDowell) when he meets her at a friend’s wedding. The hitch? She’s getting married to supercilious bagpiper-bothering landowner Hamish Banks in a grand Scottish ceremony while he’s got fatwahs on his head from any number of exes. Some serious tangles need to be untangled before the path of true love can run smooth.

Worst moment: Charles’ table at the reception seats a veritable sea of angry ex-girlfriends. Chances are he has to pour his own wine at this one.

Moral of the story? True love may win out in the end but your hair will probably always be unruly.

Wedding checklist:

Does the wedding go ahead?
Does true love triumph?
Is there a run for love at the end?
Comic relief from elderly relatives?
Realism score 7/10

 

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