Over the course of five social occasions, a committed bachelor must consider the notion that he may have discovered love.
Good, if a little light on actual laughs. Hugh Grant is the best thing about 'Four Weddings and a Funeral', he gives an amusing performance. The plot is obvious and speaks for itself, it does lead to a few interesting shenanigans. Some of the dialogue is iffy, as is some of the editing though. None of the cast behind Grant stood out to me, with the exception of Rowan Atkinson; but that's only down to how well known he is in general, as here he is underused. I found Andie MacDowell's performance very wooden. I appreciate them not going the obvious route with Kristin Scott Thomas' character, even if it makes her Fiona redundant throughout. Just about serviceable, worth watching if only once.