Father of the Bride II (1995)
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Just when his world is back to normal... He's in for the surprise of his life!
|When his daughter married off, george banks prepares for a restful stretch of years, only to discover that not only is he going to be a grandfather, but a father again as well.|
"Big laughs! New York Post
"...funny, touching, and highly satisfying... At-A-Glance Film Reviews
Editor's NoteGeorge and Nina Banks have just settled down since their daughter Annie's wedding when life hurls another milestone at them - a grandchild. Once again they're scrambling to do everything right for their expecting daughter while facing the midlife crisis of being called "grandparents."
Cast & Crew
|Frances Goodrich - Based On Screenplay By|
|Albert Hackett - Based On Screenplay By|
|Elliot Davis - Cinematographer|
|William A. Fraker - Cinematographer|
|Charles Shyer - Director|
|Alan Silvestri - Musical Score|
|Nancy Meyers - Producer|
|Nancy Meyers - Writer|
|Charles Schyer - Writer|
Plot SummaryIn this sequel to the hit comedy "Father of the Bride," George Banks continues to fret even after his daughter's wedding -- this time because she's pregnant and he's about to become a grandfather. He experiences even more angst when his wife discovers she's pregnant too. Comic confusion transpires as the beleaguered patriarch prepares for the two new additions to his family.| Joining in the fun are Franck Egglehoffer and his assistant Howard Weinstein, who are now no longer wedding planners but a pair of equally wacky home decorators.
Golden Globe (1996)
|Steve Martin, Nominee, Best Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture-Comedy/Musical|
|"I wasn't ready to be a grandfather. What's so grand about it, anyway?" ---- George Banks (STEVE MARTIN)|
|"The kid's gonna love spending his adolescence in a retirement home. He certainly won't have to worry about us hearing him come in late... because we won't be able to hear." ---- George Banks (STEVE MARTIN)|