Nia Vardalos stars as a girl who creates a stir within her traditional Greek family by falling for a guy with one flaw--he's not Greek!
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Nia Vardalos stars as a single girl who creates a major stir within her traditional Greek family by falling for a guy who has one fatal flaw--he's not Greek! John Corbett plays the handsome gentleman who gets swept up in a big Greek love story in this riotous 2002 Best Original Screenplay Oscar(R) nominee that has become one of the most successful independent films ever made.
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129 critic reviews
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4/4/2012 by Joshua Rothkopf
Second City alum Nia Vardalos stars in this ethnic comedy, which she also wrote -- an ambitious way to break into a leading role; too bad the results are insubstantial.
The result feels a little over-egged at times and the love match lacks chemistry, but Ian's whistlestop induction into a different style of language, food, drink, dress and dancing allows a few good one-liners.
8/16/2002 by Peter Howell
You don't have to be Greek to enjoy My Big Fat Greek Wedding, and that's precisely the point of it.
Globe and Mail
8/16/2002 by Rick Groen
My Big Fat Greek Wedding is a very slim movie that succeeds on its own modest terms without pretense or apology. No wonder it's easy to like.
7/25/2002 by James Berardinelli
The movie is consistently funny without ever going over the top -- a rarity in movies.
7/20/2002 by Loren King
The reliability of the genre doesn't excuse predictable jokes, pat fiascoes and so many stereotypes that one is tempted to alert the Greek anti-defamation league.
7/19/2002 by Claudia Puig
Wedding feels a bit anachronistic. Still, not every low-budget movie must be quirky or bleak, and a happy ending is no cinematic sin.
7/11/2002 by Andrew Sarris
As a witness to several Greek-American weddings -- but, happily, a victim of none -- I can testify to the comparative accuracy of Ms. Vardalos' memories and insights.
6/28/2002 by Charles Taylor
With tiny little jokes and nary an original idea, this sappy ethnic sleeper proves that not only blockbusters pollute the summer movie pool.
5/10/2002 by Desson Thomson
There is so much goodwill here, you are charmed as much as tickled into laughing.
5/10/2002 by Eric Harrison
Despite its flaws, the movie leaves you feeling good, which is about all it aspires to.
5/10/2002 by Steven Rosen
While this modest film certainly isn't the equal of Monsoon Wedding in humor, insight or character development, it is fun.
5/9/2002 by Eleanor Ringel Cater
This is an affectionate and good-hearted movie that could've been a whole lot better and could've been a whole lot worse.
Ebert & Roeper
4/22/2002 by Richard Roeper
A fun ride.
San Francisco Chronicle
4/19/2002 by Mick LaSalle
It's a buoyant comedy with more warmth and generosity of spirit than anything else in theaters right now.
4/19/2002 by John Hartl
Vardalos apparently never met an ethnic stereotype she didn't like, and she's got a million of them.
4/19/2002 by Susan Stark
The beauty of the piece is that it counts heart as important as humor.
4/19/2002 by Roger Ebert
Warm-hearted in the way a movie can be when it knows its people inside out.
4/19/2002 by Owen Gleiberman
The wedding ... turns the very concept of 'Greek' into the sort of hideous, pandering clichs that look rejected from bad Jewish and Italian sitcoms.
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