My Best Friend's Wedding (1997)
June 20, 1997
Rated PG-13 for appeal for one use of strong language and brief sex-related humor
Nine years ago, Julianne Potter and Michael O'Neal, lovers, made the transition to just being friends. Best friends. They made an agreement that if neither were married by the time they were 28, they would marry each other. Well, Michael has asked the big question… to someone else.
Julianne, under Michael's invitation, goes to Chicago to both be with him during his time of need and also to be the Maid of Honor of his...
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My Best Friend's Wedding has two musical numbers, one in the beginning during the credits and the other much later on at dinner. Both are hilarious. Cameron Diaz is goofy in a stuck up kind of way, making a good character. George is great as well. Plot wise, there's nothing new, and the story lags sometimes. Julia Roberts' character is a bitch; Cameron Diaz was much more likeable. And since Julia didn't want to be upstaged, Cameron didn't get a larger role. It's nothing new but when the scenes are funny, the scenes are funny! Full movie review »