“Four Weddings and a Funeral” quotes

(1994)
Movie Four Weddings and a Funeral
Mike Newell directed this movie in 1994
Title Four Weddings and a Funeral
Year 1994
Director Mike Newell
Genre Drama, Comedy, Romance
Plot – Charles is an interesting character, funny and lively spirited. Many women are crazy about him, but he cannot commit himself to marriage. He is asked to be the best man at many of his friends' weddings. At one of the weddings, Charles meets Carrie, a beautiful and elegant American woman. The two are attracted to each other and have a brief love affair. He is shocked by the intensity of the rendezvous and then he goes back to his bachelor life. More weddings take place and Carrie decides to marry Hamish, a rich forty-year-old, to Charles great disappointment. During the reception, the older and eccentric Gareth, a friend of Charles, suddenly dies. Influenced by Gareth's eulogy, given by his long term partner Matthew, Charles decides to get married and chooses as his bride a woman who has been in love with him for a very long time.
All actors – Hugh Grant, James Fleet, Simon Callow, John Hannah, Kristin Scott Thomas, David Bower, Charlotte Coleman, Andie MacDowell, Timothy Walker, Sara Crowe, Ronald Herdman, Elspet Gray, Philip Voss, Rupert Vansittart, Nicola Walker, Paul Stacey, Simon Kunz, Rowan Atkinson, Robin McCaffrey, Michael Mears, Kenneth Griffith, David Haig, Sophie Thompson, Corin Redgrave, Donald Weedon, Nigel Hastings, Emily Morgan, Amanda Mealing, Melissa Knatchbull, Polly Kemp, Anna Chancellor, Hannah Taylor Gordon, Bernice Stegers, Robert Lang, Jeremy Kemp, Rosalie Crutchley, Ken Drury, Struan Rodger, Lucy Hornak, Randall Paul, Pat Starr, Tim Thomas, Neville Phillips, Susanna Hamnett, John Abbott, Richard Butler, David Wright, Ray Uren, Gordon Blackwell, Ron Griffiths, Richard Allen, Mark James, Jason Bruer, Simon Wallace, Jason McDermid, Bryn Burrows, Paulette Ivory, , Christine Hewett, Juliette James, Duncan Kenworthy, Dexter Koh, Guy Standeven
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