Still working in her parents' Greek restaurant, Toula Portokalos' daughter, Paris, is growing up. She is getting ready to graduate high school and Toula and Ian are experiencing marital issues. When Toula's parents find out they were never officially married, another wedding is in the works. Can this big, fat, Greek event help to bring the family together?Written by
In Orthodox Church, is forbidden for a female to go behind the "Templo". This rule is called "Avaton". In the scene of the wedding, Maria goes there (when she doubts if she should continue the ceremony) and the rest of the girls of family follow her to change her mind. The priest should have made a reprimand to them. Also because they follow the ethics of Greek culture, this should be known to the characters without doubt. See more »
Pou Pige Tosi Agapi
Written by Antonis & Dimitris Papavomvolakis aka Pegasos
Performed by Helena Paparizou
Courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment Greece
By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing See more »
First let me say that I loved the 1st movie. I watch it often (maybe too often. lol) Anyway, I was looking forward to this sequel. I haven't been this excited about a movie since the Harry Potter series. I rushed my husband so we could get to the movies 30 minutes prior to showtime. I expected a crowd, but when we arrived it was quiet. Evidently not everyone was anxiously awaiting this film.
I thought the movie started out a little slowly, but it was funny and heartwarming. People in the theater were laughing and clapping and genuinely enjoying it. We enjoyed it too. Did some parts feel forced? Yes. Was it more of the same from the first movie? Yes, but I loved that about it. When the 1st movie ended, I wanted to know more about the characters and their lives. This movie allowed that to happen. I loved that they were able to bring back the old cast. (There is nothing worse than seeing a sequel with different actors.) I loved that the characters were just the same as before, only a little older.
This isn't a film to change your worldview, but it is fun for entertainment. I'm looking forward to being able to buy it blu-ray, so I can watch it again and again.
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