Father of the Bride (20th Anniversary Edition) / Father of the Bride: Part II [Blu-ray]
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Fast forward over 40-years later and a remake of the film co-written and directed by Charles Shyer ("Alfie", "The Parent Trap", "The Odd Couple") and starring Steve Martin, Diane Keaton, Kimberly Williams-Paisley and Martin Short was released in 1991 and earned over $89 million in the box office. And like the original film, would also inspire a remake of the sequel titled "Father of the Bride Part II" featuring the original cast and would go on to earn over $76 million in the box office.
And now both films will be release together on Blu-ray courtesy of Touchstone Home Entertainment.
"Father of the Bride" and "Father of the Bride: Part II" were released back in the 1990's. The video quality is much better than the previous DVD. While there is a good amount of grain and even some noise considering the age of this film, including some scenes that look soft, there were also scenes that featured a lot of detail. From the skin pores that can be seen on Steve Martin's face to the vibrant colors that can be seen throughout the film, there is definitely an upgrade in quality video-wise.
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As for audio, "Father of the Bride" and "Father of the Bride: Part II" is presented in English 5.1 DTS HD-MA and French 5.1 Dolby Digital and Spanish 2.0 Dolby Digital.Read more ›
The house from this movie is probably in my top 3 of favorite movie houses of all time. :o)
Part 1 is slightly better than part 2....but only slightly. I'd give part 1 five stars and part 2 would get 4 1/2.
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We enjoyed both old movies & now we can watch them whenever we need a wedding fix.Published 3 days ago by Nana Rosie
My 11 year old hadn't seen Father of the Bride yet, so I was thrilled to find this combo set for about $9 on here. We had a blast watching them. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
movies are great. there was one thing: this DVD came from Canada, and the language on the box was French. But the movie was in English.Published 7 days ago by Jean D.