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My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 Movie Review

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 Movie Review

Average Ratings:2.29/5

Reviews Counted:3


Negative :1
Neutral: 2

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Gavin Rasquinha Site:Times Of India

In short, this film depicts the most dysfunctional of dysfunctional families. All said and done though, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 does have a distinct sitcom-like feel to it. You can almost imagine this concept being stretched into several seasons, mined with gags galore. Jones and Vardalos have moved away from a distinctly Greek aesthetic and have focused on funny family drama. As an ensemble comedy, it somewhat works. But the jokes could have been more in number. Pass the spanakopita, please.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Shalini Langer Site:Indian Express

We all know about big families and big weddings. Since 2002, we also know about big Greek families and big Greek weddings. And their obsession with food, marriage and lineage, not necessarily in that order. Fourteen years later, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 doesn’t travel much further. – There is an idea there, but this film is more content playing on its old, successful themes, including a Windex spray, and even inveigles a wedding between Toula’s still-squabbling parents under the flimsiest of pretexts to justify the title. – See more at:

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Ratings:1.5/4 Review By: AP Site:New Indian Express

“My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2,” an overstuffed, under-achieving sequel that took more than a decade to come to the screen. This is a recurring problem with the film, directed by Kirk Jones; what seemed quirky and funny in the original is exaggerated to un-funny extent here. It’s as if Vardalos was trying to take things to a darker, more interesting place, but at every such turn, got scared and went for slapstick humor instead.

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My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 Story: 

Parenting and marriage is becoming tougher and tougher for Toula (Nia Vardalos) and her husband Ian. Not only has their relationship lost some of its spark, but they’re also dealing with a rebellious teenage daughter who clashes with Greek traditions. On top of that, Toula must contend with aging parents and the endless needs of cousins and friends. When a shocking family secret comes to light, the entire Portokalos clan makes plans to come together for an even bigger wedding than before.

Nia Vardalos
 John Corbett
 Lainie Kazan
 Michael Constantine
Andrea Martin
 Ian Gomez
 Elena Kampouris

 Release Dates: May 13 2016 ( India)

Director:    Kirk Jones

Running time: 1h 34m

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