Finally all set for the most beautiful day of your life that’s your wedding and now you’re planning everything starts from the wedding dress to the location and its decorations. The best way to deal with wedding planning stress and pre-wedding jitters is to get some of the best movies having the same plot line that just you are passing through. No movie better encapsulates the madcap nature of throwing a wedding and adjusting to a diminishing nest like Father of the Bride. Here we’ve compiled a list of movies that deal with marriage-from the comic to the romantic to the realistic, just watch it with your gang before your own fairy tale.
1. Runaway Bride (1999)
Runaway Bride is a one of the most wakeful movie of all the time which is starring Julia Roberts as a Maggie. She is spirited and attractive young woman who has had a number of unsuccessful relationships and left three men waiting for her at the altar on their wedding day. Richard Gere is a newspaper columnist who has been fired for printing a supposedly false column about a woman who consistently runs out on her marriages. When he travels to the tiny town where she lives to learn more about her life and possibly get his job back, he finds that there is more to her than just a newspaper column.
2. My Best Friend’s Wedding (1997)
My Best Friend’s Wedding is considered as one of the best and classic films of all time starring Julia Roberts in the lead role. The story takes place when she made a plan to marry to his best friend if they’re still single at age 28 but before she finds he’s engaged. She loves him herself and sets out to get him, with only days before the wedding. She flies to the wedding to stop it and steal the groom away.
3. My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002)
My Big Fat Greek Wedding is starring Alumna Nia Vardalos. It’s one-woman show as it also written by her. The film is inspired by the short-lived 2003 TV series My Big Fat Greek Life. It is the story about a Greek American woman who falls in love with a non-Greek upper-middle-class White Anglo-Saxon Protestant” Ian Miller. The story plots move around the struggles to convince family for marriage as they both are from the different heritage and culture.
4. 27 Dresses (2008)
The title itself gives us an idea about the movie that is a story about a bridesmaid 27 times but never is a bride. Every time she beautifully dressed that gives you so many collections for the wedding as a bride. Katherine Heigl has been a bridesmaid 27 times, in this rom-com. When her sister gets engaged to the man she’s been in love with for forever, Jane knows the planning will fall on her plate and James Marsden as a reporter eager to tell her story isn’t making things any easier.
5. Father of the Bride (1991)
Father of the Bride is as its titles story about a father and daughter. The movie definitely shed tears as well as smile at the end. Martin portrays George Banks, a businessman, and owner of an athletic shoe company (called Side Kicks), who, when he finds out his daughter is getting married, do not want to give her away. He eventually learns to live with his new son-in-law and realizes that as long as his daughter is happy, he is happy. It’s simply one of the most enjoyable emotional journey kind a film must watch for sensitive fathers and daughter.
6. The Wedding Planner (2001)
The Wedding Planner is a romantic comedy film, starring Jennifer Lopez and Matthew McConaughey. In this film, Lopez plays a successful wedding planner, Mary who is a Francisco’s most successful supplier of romance and glamour. She falls in love with her friend Fran’s fiancé Eddie (Matthew McConaughey) and he silently reciprocates. Mary’s dad wants her to get married to the man he has selected for her. After a lot of misunderstandings and misadventures, the pair finally ends up together.
7. Wedding Crashers (2005)
Wedding Crashers is about two divorce mediators and lifelong friends who have never met a wedding they couldn’t get themselves into. It will take its rightful place in history alongside these great comedies as it deserves. It’s machine-tooled for the male demographic, congratulatory stuff for the guys – with some propitiatory romance tacked on for their dates, in approximately the same cynical spirit as its own characters’ seduction ploys.
8. Bridesmaids (2011)
Bridesmaids is the best film made by Judd Apatow’s production company since Knocked Up and showcase some extremely fine comedic actors like Wiig, Maya Rudolph. Rose Byrne, Melissa McCarthy, Ellie Kemper, and Wendi McClendon-Covey co-star as Lillian’s bridesmaids. It’s a must watch a movie for the bride and her friends. Wiig fails in an attempt to make a good impression and opts out of being a bridesmaid, after going through a series of misfortunes in her personal life. The other bridesmaids realize that the wedding cannot go on without Wiig and they successfully bring her back and subsequently Wiig’s luck seems to change.
9. The Princess Bride (1987)
The Princess Bride” is the ultimate fairytale. It tells the story of a farmhand named Westley, accompanied by befriended companions along the way, who must rescue his true love Princess Buttercup from the odious Prince Humperdinck. The story is presented in the film as a book being read by a grandfather (Peter Falk) to his sick grandson (Fred Savage), thus effectively preserving the novel’s narrative style.
10. Bride Wars (2009)
Bride War is the story about two girls planned everything together. (Kate Hudson) and Emma (Anne Hathaway) have been best friends since childhood. Even they choose the same destination for the wedding at the famed Plaza Hotel in New York City. So when their respective boyfriends propose just days apart, the two ladies could not be more thrilled to plan their two dream weddings. They discover their inner demons, with their lifelong friendship as a possible casualty. Basically the entire film, aside from what is supposedly a “surprising twist” to finish the film.