My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

After many years of living together Gus and Maria Portokalos (Michael Constantine and Lainie Kazan) discover their wedding certificate was never signed by their priest and thus they aren’t officially married. Chaos ensues and daughter Toula (Nia Vardalos) does her best to set things right, but some projects need the help of family and this is one of them. Before long the Portokalos family is planning another wedding, what could possibly go wrong, as it turns out, almost everything, good thing they’re family anyway.greek2 Written as a followup to the 2002 success My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Nia Vardalos goes back to the wellspring of family humor and comes up with a very familiar product, kind of like going to a special restaurant every few years just to have a certain dish made a certain way, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 is that dish and it tastes just like it did back in 2002, which is great if you were wanting something saved in Tupperware, although for audiences looking for something more evolved, sorry you’ll have to look elsewhere. Still this lovable group of family caricatures and archetypes is a fun group to hang out with for the 94 minutes they’re demanding your attention, anyone who’s come from a big family from any culture will find relate-able elements. At times a bit too sitcom-esque and forced in its delivery but for some reason this is almost expected all things considered. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 is rated PG-13.