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My Best Friend's Wedding (1997)

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Julia Roberts, Dermot Mulroney, Cameron Diaz and Rupert Everett star in MY BEST FRIEND'S WEDDING, a high-spirited romantic comedy that serves up something wild, something new, something touching and something truly hilarious. Roberts dazzles as commitment-shy Jules Potter, who reluctantly realizes she is in love with her best friend Michael (Mulroney). There is just one catch: he's about to marry someone else. Comically crazed and full of devious plans, Jules will do anything to steal him back... except tell him the simple truth.


  • Julia Roberts
  • Dermot Mulroney
  • Cameron Diaz
  • Rupert Everett
  • Philip Bosco
  • M. Emmet Walsh
  • Rachel Griffiths
  • Carrie Preston
  • Susan Sullivan
  • Christopher Masterson

Did You Know?


  • In the movie Rupert Everett's characters name is George, but in the script he was originally called Digger.
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  • Julianne's hair in the gazebo.
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    • Isabelle Wallace: George, this is so sweet of you to come to our rehearsal. I insist you stay on to lunch.
    • Kimmy Wallace: Oh yes.
    • Julianne Potter: No, no, no, no, no... Absolutely...
    • George Downes: Love to! Love the bag, love the shoes, love everything. Love to!
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One of the pleasures of Ronald Bass' screenplay is the way it subverts the usual comic formulas that would fuel a plot like this.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

More thoughtful than advertised. And as a confection, it's less sweet and more flavorful than your average wedding cake. [20 June 1997]

Metacritic review by Mark Caro
Mark Caro
Chicago Tribune

Julia Roberts is brighter and spunkier than usual, and Rupert Everett steals the show.

Metacritic review by David Sterritt
David Sterritt
Christian Science Monitor