Father of the Bride: Part II
Father of the Bride: Part II (1995)

In this sequel, George Banks is going to be a grandpa, and he's not sure he likes the idea. Rather than accepting it gracefully, he immediately falls into a mid-life tailspin. However, when his wife Nina discovers that she too is… More

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Rated: PG
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Genre: Comedy
Release Date: December 8, 1995
DVD Release Date: May 9, 2000
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Critic Score: 48% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Mike Clark
USA Today

Martin, Keaton and cinematographer William A. Fraker put this retro fluff over better than expected early on, but hour 2 is only for those who don't want their equilibriums rattled by surprises.

Pete Vonder Haar
Film Threat

A sequel to a lousy remake? How droll.

Phil Villarreal
Arizona Daily Star

An exuberant sequel to complete a near-perfect translation of the 1950s era comedies to the 1990s.

Matt Brunson
Creative Loafing

Like a trained monkey, Martin Short is trotted back out for more of his mincing shtick. But perhaps the most unattractive quality of both films is the ugly obsession with material excess.

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Fred Topel

A follow up as emotional as the original

Nell Minow
Movie Mom

Cheesy pap, but a few glossy moments.

Peter Canavese
Groucho Reviews

The strengths of these films are not so much laughs as sincerity and heart. [Blu-ray]

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Michael Dequina

More of a sequel for sequel's sake than a justified continuation of the story.

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Clint Morris

Martin at his best...nearly, anyway

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Flixster Audience Score: 60% Flixster User Reviews
Alice Shen
Double the pleasure! Double the fun! Annie and Nina are both preggers, and it's a heartwarming, if a bit saccharine, sequel.
Cassie Hill
Crazier then the first!!! (: (: (: (: (: (: (: (:
Daniel Mumby
Back in 1995, a famous incident occurred between Steve Martin and the British comedian Paul Kaye. In his guise as Dennis Pennis, the shocking and obnoxious… More
Dead Angel
I would say this was much better than the first one. Being a dad and granddad at the same time is not only odd but hilarious. And maintaining both of them alone… More
"I enjoyed this one almost as much as I did the first film. It still has the same charm and simplicity as the first. The chemistry between all the actors… More
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