Here Comes the Bride! 15 Great Wedding Movies

As the hilarious new comedy "Bridesmaids" celebrates the gloriously wacky wedding ritual, "Extra" has picked 15 other equally hilarious movies about heading to chapel.

15 Great Wedding Movies

'Wedding Crashers' (2005)

These two best friends (Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn) enjoy a good wedding — and the women they meet there. They enjoy them so much, they become serial wedding crashers, bouncing from one to another. But the guys find themselves at odds when one of them falls for a bridesmaid.

'My Best Friend's Wedding' (1997)

Julia Roberts plays a career woman whose longtime friend (Dermot Mulroney) says he is getting married. Suddenly, she realizes she loves him herself — and sets out to sabotage the wedding.

'The Hangover' (2009)

With every wedding, there's the requisite bachelor party beforehand — and Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms) and Alan (Zach Galifinakis) plan a great one for their groom-to-be pal Doug (Justin Bartha) in Las Vegas. Except Phil, Stu and Alan wake up the next morning hung over, no memory of what happened — and no Doug.

'Sixteen Candles' (1984)

A young girl's (Molly Ringwald) sweet 16 birthday becomes anything but special as she suffers from every embarrassment possible, including when her family forgets her birthday because of her sister's wedding.

'Father of the Bride' (1991)

Steve Martin plays George Banks, the hapless father of a daughter (Kimberly Williams) who is getting married — much to the detriment of George's wallet.

'Mamma Mia!' (2008)

The story of a bride-to-be (Amanda Seyfried) trying to find her real father told using hit songs by the popular '70s group ABBA.

'Bride Wars' (2009)

This is about what happens when two childhood best friends (Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway), who have both longed dreamed of being married at The Plaza Hotel, end up having their weddings fall on the same day — and neither one is willing to change their dates. You do know this means war.

'The Wedding Planner' (2001)

Always the planner, never the bride. Jennifer Lopez plays an expert wedding coordinator who unexpectedly falls for the groom (Matthew McConaughey) of one of her clients.

'Corpse Bride' (2005)

Even a dead bride wants the perfect wedding. When a shy groom (Johnny Depp) practices his wedding vows in the inadvertent presence of a deceased young woman (Helena Bonham Carter), she rises from the grave assuming he has married her.

'The Wedding Singer' (1998)

After being dumped at the altar, a disillusioned wedding singer named Robbie (Adam Sandler) meets Julia (Drew Barrymore) who restores his faith in marriage — except she's engaged to someone else.

'Rachel Getting Married' (2008)

A young woman (Anne Hathaway), who has been in and out from rehab for the past 10 years, returns home for the weekend for her sister's (Rosemarie DeWitt) wedding.

'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' (2002)

Talk about a big family wedding! A young Greek woman (Nia Vardalos) falls in love with a non-Greek (John Corbett) and struggles to get her family to accept him as she plans her "Big Fat Greek Wedding."

'Runaway Bride' (1999)

It's Julia Roberts, again. This time she plays a woman who can get engaged, plan a wedding, buy a dress — but runs away the minute she takes a step towards the altar. Quite literally. A reporter (Richard Gere) hears how she's left a string of fiances this way and decides to find out why.

'Muriel's Wedding' (1994)

Muriel (Toni Collette) decides to reinvent herself after years living in a nowhere Australia town — and is determined to have the wedding she's always dreamed of.

'Four Weddings and a Funeral' (1994)

This romantic comedy centers on a group of British friends — and the title says the rest.