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The champagne is flowing -- and so is the fun -- in this "delightful and sly" (Roger Ebert) romantic comedy about two people who belong together but just can't seem to tie the knot. Ushering in two Academy Award nominations, and starring Hugh Grant (Notting Hill), Andie MacDowell (Michael) and a superb ensemble cast that includes Oscar nominee Kristin Scott Thomas, Four Weddings and a Funeral is truly "a very special occasion" (Rolling Stone)!

Charlie (Grant) is always the best man but never the groom. Determined to avoid even a hint of commitment, this handsome English gentleman is notoriously late to every wedding. But today, he's in for a real surprise because not only did he forget the ring...but he also just caught a glimpse of the girl of his dreams (MacDowell)!

"Elegant, festive and very, very funny" (The New York Times), Four Weddings and a Funeral is engaging entertainment from beginning to end.


Studio Sony
SKU 202079766
UPC 027616133670
UPC 14 00027616133670
Format DVD
Release Date 4/1/2014
Rating Rating
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Anamorphic Widescreen  1.85:1
Name Grant,Hugh
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Cast & Crew
Andie MacDowell - Actor
Duncan Kenworthy - Producer
Hugh Grant - Actor
Jon Gregory - Editor
Kristin Scott Thomas - Actor
Maggie Gray - Production Designer
Michael Coulter - Cinematographer
Mike Newell - Director
Richard Curtis - Writer
Richard Rodney Bennett, et. al. - Original Music By
Simon Callow - Actor
Tim Bevan, et. al. - Executive Producer
Golden Globe (1995) Hugh Grant, Winner, Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical,Andie MacDowell, Nominee, Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical,Richard Curtis, Nominee, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture,Four Weddings and a Funeral, Nominee, Best Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical
Oscar (1995) Richard Curtis, Nominee, Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen,Duncan Kenworthy, Nominee, Best Picture
British Academy Awards (1995) Hugh Grant, Winner, Best Actor,Kristin Scott Thomas, Winner, Best Actress in a Supporting Role,Duncan Kenworthy, Mike Newell, Winner, Best Film,Mike Newell, Winner, David Lean Award for Direction,Richard Curtis, Nominee, Best Screenplay - Original
MTV Award (1995) Hugh Grant, Nominee, Best Breakthrough Performance
ReviewSource VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever
Review Refreshing, intelligent adult comedy brimming with stiff upper-lip wit and sophistication. Thirtyish Brit bachelor Charles (Hugh Grant) spends his time attending the weddings of his friends, but manages to avoid taking the plunge himself. Then he falls for Carrie (Andie MacDowell), who's about to wed another. Great beginning offers loads of laughs as the first two weddings unfold, then becomes decidedly bittersweet. While Grant makes this a star turn as the romantic bumbler, MacDowell charms without seeming particularly needed. Supporting characters are superb, especially Charlotte Coleman as the "flirty" Scarlett and Atkinson as a new minister. Surprising boxoffice hit found a broad audience.
ReviewRating 9
ReviewSource James Berardinelli's ReelViews
Review The simplest and most honest expression of praise that I can offer Mike Newell's latest movie is that it represents two hours of solid movie magic. Four Weddings and a Funeral possesses the rare ability to make an audience laugh (and laugh hard) and cry, without ever seeming manipulative or going hopelessly over-the-top.
Reviewer James Berardinelli
ReviewRating 9
ReviewSource Chicago Sun-Times
Review "Four Weddings and a Funeral," delightful and sly, is a comedy about people who seem to live out their lives in public, attending weddings. No doubt they have everyday lives as well, but the film doesn't supply them. Even in the case of the central character, a likable, shy, perennial best man named Charles (Hugh Grant), we're never told what he does for a living..."Four Weddings and a Funeral" has been directed by Mike Newell, with the same kind of light-hearted enchantment that made his "Enchanted April" (1991) and [1992]'s "Into the West" so seductive. Here, with his large cast, he moves nimbly through the crowd, making introductions with his camera. Luckily many of the scenes are set in large houses with room for the characters to creep away and engage in private drama...Hugh Grant, the star of the film, has been in a lot of movies, but this may be the one that makes him finally familiar to American audiences. He has a self-deprecating manner, a kind of endearing awkwardness, that makes you understand why a woman might like him - and why he might drive her mad while tap-dancing around his real feelings. MacDowell is much more open and direct ("more American," the movie must feel), and so it's intriguing to realize that while she is in love with a man she can say anything to, she's engaged to a man she basically has to lie to all the time...Like Kenneth Branagh's "Peter's Friends," this film forms a community that eventually envelops us. Also like that film, it's about how a homosexual character becomes a focus for much of what is best among the other characters, who are mostly straight; the gay man in both films is a center of good feeling, and helps create a sense of family. By the end of the movie, you find yourself reacting to the weddings, and the funeral, almost as you do at real events involving people you didn't know very well, but liked, and wanted to know better.
Reviewer Roger Ebert
ReviewRating 9
ReviewSource ReelViews
Review The simplest and most honest expression of praise that I can offer Mike Newell's latest movie is that it represents two hours of solid movie magic. Four Weddings and a Funeral possesses the rare ability to make an audience laugh (and laugh hard) and cry, without ever seeming manipulative or going hopelessly over-the-top...Four Weddings and a Funeral is about, well, four weddings and a funeral...While the central story of this charming motion picture is fairly common romantic comedy fare, it is framed by a plot filled with little twists and turns, lots of laughs, and a frothy, intoxicating atmosphere...Mike Newell, whose recent directing credits include Enchanted April and Into the West, continues to show a deft hand when it comes to good, escapist fun. Newell's direction is understated -- he allows his actors and the script to carry the film, which results in a satisfying mix of lighthearted comedy with a dash or two of pathos (including an emotional reading of W.H. Auden)...Screenwriter Richard Curtis (who also penned The Tall Guy) is quick to let the humor start flowing, and once it starts, it never stops (although it slows during the more somber segments of the film's second half). The scenes most likely to cause uncontrollable laughter occur during the second wedding and center on Rowan Atkinson as a somewhat confused priest. It's no surprise that Atkinson feels at home with a Curtis script, since the two collaborated on the British TV show Blackadder...Four Weddings and a Funeral is a modern comedy with a very traditional theme. It blends good breeding and bad language; laughter and tears; and marriage and friendship into a thoroughly enjoyable whole. Mike Newell knows what his viewers want, but appreciates them enough not to give it in a predictable or obvious manner -- and that is the greatest pleasure of all in watching this movie.
Reviewer James Berardinelli
ReviewRating 9
DVD, Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 1.85:1, English, Subtitled
Product Attributes
Actor Grant,Hugh
Label Mgm Entertainment
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD
Los Angeles Times Amusing and irresistible. Not to be missed!
Rolling Stone A very special occasion!
Gene Shalit, Today ...will put a spring in your step, a skip in your heart and a smile on your face.
Joel Siegel, Good Morning America A romantic comedy you'll fall in love of [1994]'s best films.
Rick Groen, The Globe and Mail British humour at its eclectic best, a deliciously heady mix of dry wit and ribald farce.
VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever Refreshing, intelligent adult comedy brimming with stiff upper-lip wit and sophistication.

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