My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3

critic Reviews

, 30% Rotten Tomatometer Score
  • Amiable and sunny if often unamusing, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 repeats much of what audiences loved the first time around but suffers from diminishing returns.
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    Christy LemireBreakfast All Day
    I was physically uncomfortable the whole way through, because this is just a fever dream of bad choices.
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    Emma OxnevadChicago Reader
    In spite of its third-film shortcomings, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 has some genuine laughs and a healthy dose of heart.
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    Pat PaduaWashington Post
    We’re still left with cute but thinly drawn characters with little personality beyond signature quirks.
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    Robert AbeleLos Angeles Times
    It’s a rom-com both com-less and rom-less.
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    Sara Michelle FettersMovieFreak.com
    Personally, this series has never done much for me, and that’s the case with this third effort, too. As great as the ensemble might be, Vardalos aims much too low.
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    Shirley LiThe Atlantic
    My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 should have been a breezy postcard. Instead, no amount of sequences filmed during golden hour can distract from the story’s clunkiness.
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    Michael CalleriNiagara Gazette
    Somehow, someway, in the summer of “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer,” which renewed the hope of film fans that quality cinema was fighting back, there’s now “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3.” Alas, it’s the Trojan Horse of movies.
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    Julian LytleGeek Girl Riot
    This movie is as successful as the sitcom spinoff they tried in the early 2000s, which means it was unsuccessful. I can’t really suggest going to see this&#59; even with a few fun performances, it just wasn’t enough to not feel like a complete waste of time.
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    Lael LoewensteinFilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
    It's very well-intentioned, but it doesn't hit the notes and ends up feeling like a medley of greatest hits from the first two.
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    Steve MorrisseyRadio Times
    Overall the vibe is feelgood - Mamma Mia! minus the Abba songs - helped along by jokes as cheesy as barrel-aged feta.
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