Starring: Hugh Grant, Andie MacDowell, John Hannah
Director: Mike Newell
Running Time: 117 mins
Four Weddings And A Funeral is a British film about a man who goes to five different occasions and continually meets a woman with whom he feels he has fallen in love.
This was a really boring film, which is a shame, because I usually love any comedy film to come out of Britain, as I love our sarcasm in comedy, however this film was just so full of cheese I could not bear it.
Obviously, everything I’ve ever seen with Hugh Grant in it I’ve found almost impossible to watch, and although this film did have some big names from British comedy such as Rowan Atkinson and James Fleet, who performed well, it didn’t make up for the boring story.
Overall, this gets a 4.7 because although there were a few funny jokes and scenes, it was too boring and cheesy for me to watch, so I couldn’t ever keep my attention.