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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    A classic comedy!

    Since seeing this movie for the first time when I was about ten, I have never forgotten it. It's one of those movies that you are nostalgic for; whenever it pops up on tv, even if you missed the beginning, you can't help but just sit there and watch it til it's over. And you know what happens, you remember some of those laugh-out-loud moments and you even remember the good times you've had watching it with family members, like you are probably doing as you are watching it now. You just can't help but look into their faces and smile, because that's the just the type of movie this is.

    Steve Martin gives what I believe to be one of the best performances of his career. He plays George, a real "daddy's little girl" type dad. He is just dreading his daughters' wedding, but he is dreading it because he loves her so much and just doesn't want to lose her. Diane Keaton also shines as his down-to-earth wife who couldn't be more excited of course. And let's not forget Martin Short who plays the wedding planner- one of the funniest roles I have ever seen him in! You too will be rolling on the floor laughing as you see the gaffs George goes through to get this wedding done, from stealing hot dog buns to consoling his future son-in-law, you'll be laughing and maybe even tearing up the whole way through!

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