• Director: Kirk Jones
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  • Producer: Gary Goetzman, Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson
  • Cast: Nia Vardalos, James Corbett, John Stamos, Elena Kampouris
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After spending most of their time focusing on their troubling teenage daughter, Toula and Ian are facing marital problems while also having to deal with yet another Greek wedding - this time, even bigger and fatter.




"Vardalos is wonderful, and 88-year-old Michael Constantine casually pockets every scene he’s in as the Greek patriarch who reminds me of just about every Greek patriarch I’ve ever met"
"It's loud and brash, silly and funny with a huge heart that pumps sincerity throughout the proceedings. Director Kirk Jones manages the mix of caricature and heartfelt sincerity wonderfully and the result is a fun 89 minutes that lets you leave your troubles at the door and have a whopping good time."
"Vardalos and Corbett display the relaxed romantic chemistry that made them so endearing to audiences in the first film (if less so in their second co-starring effort, I Hate Valentine's Day). And such veterans as Kazan and Constantine (the latter 88 years old, God bless him) demonstrate that they're still pros when it comes to getting laughs.

Newcomer director Kirk Jones (Nanny McPhee, Waking Ned Devine) proves as adept as his predecessor Joel Zwick at hitting the required comic beats, and the soundtrack cleverly includes a version of Billy Idol's "White Wedding" ... sung in Greek, of course."

" It's surprising that a sequel, the existence of which usually marks a cynical cash grab, could be so earnest, but Vardalos, who also wrote the screenplay, has new things to say about this time in her life."
, Matt Goldberg, COLLIDER


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  • 2 Award Wins