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N B 1 year ago
Liked how realistic it was; rom-coms don't do that often
Helsy Flores 4 years ago
Not close to a happy ending, but close to real life.
Rachel Finston over 4 years ago
Not something I'd rewatch. Only okay.
Patricia 8 hours ago
Don Lathrop 6 months ago
Giorgia 1 year ago
Michelle Roussell over 1 year ago
Eva over 1 year ago
Lauren Armstrong over 1 year ago
Abigail Keller almost 2 years ago
Norppa 2 years ago
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Anna over 2 years ago
My Best Friend's Wedding is a 1997 romantic comedy film directed by P. J. Hogan. It stars Julia Roberts, Cameron Diaz, Dermot Mulroney, Rupert Everett, and Philip Bosco. The film received mostly positive reviews from critics. Commercially, it was one of the top 8 highest grossing films worldwide in 1997. The soundtrack song "I Say a Little Prayer (For You)" was covered by singer Diana King and featured heavily in the film, making it a Billboard Top 20 hit. The soundtrack featured a number of Burt Bacharach/Hal David songs. Julianne Potter (Julia Roberts), a 27-year-old New York restaurant critic, receives a call from her longtime friend Michael O'Neil (Dermot Mulroney). In college, the two made an agreement that if neither of them were married by the time they turned 28, they would marry each other. Three weeks before her 28th birthday, Michael tells her that in four days, he will marry Kimberly Wallace (Cameron Diaz), a 20-year-old University of Chicago student from a wealthy family....
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