My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

2016

Action / Comedy / Family / Romance

55
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 28%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 61%
IMDb Rating 6 10 23139

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Cast

Rita Wilson as Anna
John Stamos as George
Nia Vardalos as Toula
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682.81 MB
1280*534
English
PG-13
23.976 fps
1hr 34 min
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English
PG-13
23.976 fps
1hr 34 min
P/S 7 / 33

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by svensk-fiolspel 8 / 10

Underrated!

I can't believe the awful reviews I've read for this movie. It doesn't revolutionize cinema or anything, but it's fun, it's funny, it's heartfelt, and it's definitely enjoyable even if you've already seen the original. As for everyone saying that it borrows too much from the first film, I imagine these are exclusively professional movie critics who *just* re-watched it prior to viewing the sequel - I don't know about you, but personally, I don't think I even remember half of what happened in the first movie. I mean, it came out 15 years ago for goodness' sake! Anyhow, as an immigrant myself (not from Greece but still), I definitely recognized my family in theirs and found that the updated, 2017 version was thoroughly sweet, funny and enjoyable.

Happy viewing!

Reviewed by Dee Mou 2 / 10

My Big Fat Greek Sequel

This was a sad movie to watch because it had all the elements of the first movie -- a great cast and incessant mockery of all the values and traditions of the Greek community -- without the tastefulness. Know where to draw the line.

The introduction of the next generation was sweet and well done, but Tula's regression into nerdy cluelessness was too much. All the outrageous choices Maria made in preparation for the major event in the movie (no spoilers) was too much. And please don't get me started on Thia Voula -- who I REALLY LOVED in the first movie! Way to destroy your best characters, Nia!

If you're going to put Stamos and Wilson into a movie, give them better lines....

Corbett is more the "suburban hero" this time around, which I would have also held out for in his place, because who wants to be linked to the sad sad Toula in the sequel after being one of the hotties in Sex in the City?

Basically, I loved the first movie and will spend the same number of years between the first and second movies trying to forget that the sequel ever existed.

If you haven't seen Nia's other movies -- which are awesome and DON'T have sequels -- watch "I Hate Valentine's Day" (also with Corbett) and "My Life In Ruins" (Also with Wilson).

Nia... I love you and think you're very funny and talented. Don't make sequels.

Reviewed by Petros Khazoum 10 / 10

Extremely Funny

An amazing sequel to the previous 2002 movie.As a Greek-American living in Greece I can relate to these events from stories I have been told by my "Yiayia".Hilarious plot.The interference of new technology adds a great taste of modernity in the movie.On-point jokes and amazing stereotypical Greek characters.

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