Claude and Marie Verneuil face a new crisis. The four spouses of their daughters, David, Rachid, Chao and Charles decided to leave France for various reasons. Here they are imagining their lives elsewhere.
After Laure's blissful marriage in Serial (Bad) Weddings (2014), the multicultural family of the unconventional Verneuils faces yet another unforeseen crisis. Against the backdrop of ambitious business ideas in a France that is constantly changing, the ethnic sons-in-law--the Algerian, Rachid; the Jewish, David; the Chinese, Chao, and the Ivorian, Charles--are now planning to move abroad with their lovely wives, leaving the doting parents, Claude and Marie, all alone. And, as if that weren't enough, the Koffis, too, are in for a big surprise. Will the Verneuils take this situation lying down? Above all, will they ever learn how to trust their children, and stop worrying?Written by
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At 00:11:09 you see Claude and Marie flying in an A380-861 (F-HPJA) plane of Air France, in the following scene inside the plane they are sitting in a plane with a 2-4-2 seat setup which an A380 by Air France only has on the upper deck with no additional seats in the back and totally different seat design. At 00:11:37 you see the plane landing which is actually a Boing 777-228(F-GSPO). See more »
This sequal to serial (bad) weddings is better in my opinion then the first one. not only do they keep the jokes over the cultures and races in france but the film is just funnier , also there are better lines in this film. the actors do a wonderful job. both Christian Clavier and Pascal N'Zonzi are great and have good moments in the film.
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