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  • Putting all that aside, plans for the wedding are set in motion and they hire a fruity Wedding Planner in Franck to take care of all the details of the wedding

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      Father of the Bride, directed by Charles Shyer is rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America. The original release date was December 20, 1991 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Comedy/Family and stars Steve Martin as George Banks, Diane Keaton as Nina Banks, Kimberly Williams-Paisley as Annie Banks, Kieran Culkin as Matty Banks, George Newbern as Bryan

      MacKenzie, Martin Short as Franck Eggelhoffer, B.D. Wong as Howard Weinstein, Peter Michael Goetz as John MacKenzie and Kate McGregor-Stewart as Joanna MacKenzie.

      Hollywood’s lack of originality spawns yet another remake of the classic Spencer Tracy movie bearing the same name.

      Daddy’s little girl Annie, returns from her travels bearing news of controversy within the Banks household. Without prior warning of any nature, Annie bombards her parents with the news of her engagement that she is soon to be married to a man they didn’t even know.

      Mother Nina was excited to hear the news and welcomed the fact of the marriage with open arms and utter glee. Father George on the other hand couldn’t be more distressed at the thought of his daughter getting married, yet alone to a stranger.

      Putting ...


      • Father of the Bride (1991)
      all that aside, plans for the wedding are set in motion and they hire a fruity Wedding Planner in Franck to take care of all the details of the wedding. With every item that was to be purchased and used for the wedding, the prices that they incurred set George’s blood-pressure soaring through the roof…he is a cheapskate you see. LOL!

      Whether it be a

      remake or the original thing, this movie will have you in stitches. It has fun-galore written allover it from start to finish. You will want to watch it again and again just to see the stuff George does during the planning of the event.

      A classic then and the remake makes it even more of a genuine classic all over again. Enjoy with friends and family!




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