Nia Vardalos, who not only stars but based the screenplay on her own one-woman play, obviously has great affection for her big Greek family, and a little exasperation, too -- and who wouldn't, with a father who walks around with a spray jar of Windex because he is convinced it will cure anything?Or a mother who explains, "When I was your age, we didn't have food." Vardalos was an actress at Chicago's Second City when she wrote the play.In fact we’ll examine every major release, good and bad.Let us know in the comments if you’ve seen any good 2016 romantic comedies, or rom-dramas.
Both cultures place great emphasis on enormous extended families, enormous extended weddings, and enormous extended wedding feasts.
The story will follow the lovably loud and proud Portokalos family years after Fotoula 'Toula' Portokalos, played by Nia, and her non-Greek beau Ian Miller, portrayed by John, got married in a huge wedding.
The best man shares embarrassing stories of the groom from their college days, the maid of honor recalls fond memories of her childhood spent with the bride playing dress-up, parents get choked up and everyone lifts their glasses to wish the happy newlyweds a happily ever after.
Things get extra-weird when a guy falls for one of the girls.
On a flight home to Chicago for a family wedding, childhood friends Josh and Molly innocently agree to fake a wedding engagement to make Josh's dying father happy. See full summary » In Manhattan, Genevieve Gernier owns a flower shop and has a personal dating rule: a limit of five dates with a man to avoid a relationship.