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My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002)

My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002)

"My Big Fat Greek Wedding" is a heartwarming romantic comedy film released in 2002. Written by and starring Nia Vardalos, the story revolves around Toula, a Greek-American woman who falls in love with a non-Greek man named Ian, played by John Corbett. The film hilariously explores the cultural clashes and differences as their families come together through their marriage preparations.

The ensemble cast brings the Greek family to life, including Michael Constantine as Toula's overbearing father, Lainie Kazan as her lively mother, and Andrea Martin as her witty aunt. The movie showcases the colorful traditions, strong family bonds, and the irresistible charm of Greek culture.

With its genuine humor and heartfelt moments, "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" became a surprise hit, resonating with audiences worldwide. Its universal themes of love, family, and self-acceptance made it an instant classic.

You can immerse yourself in the joy and laughter of "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" by watching the film or by playing and downloading its sounds here, allowing you to experience the magic of this beloved movie at any time.

A ''xeno'' with big long hairs on top of his head.
A ''xeno''! A ''xeno'' with a toast family!
A customer at the dry cleaners is a custom jewelry designer.
A house!
A minute later, I was pregnant, and 6 years later...
A respectful boy would come here and ask for my permission!
Actually, I wasn't in education first. l was pre law.
Ah, Toula, you talk to me sometime, uh?
All right, call me back when you are ready to book. Thank you. Bye bye.
All right, let's go.
All right. Come on.
All right. ls my marriage killing dad?
All right. Meat, everybody?
All sitting together, talking...
All the other people we know are Greeks. Greeks marry Greeks...
And ''phobia'' means ''fear'', so fear of spider. There you go.
And everybody's in each other's lives and business all the time.
And her family is, really is. Show them the brochure.
And here, my brother, George, his wife, Frida...
And I am Gus.
And I can make a man out of you Because I'm a woman
And I raised three kids, and l teach Sunday school, you know?
And I see Athena and Niko.
And I thought, ''We're not lucky to be alive.
And I'll do anything, whatever it takes to get them to accept me.
And I'll get married, pops. l promise.
And I'll show you that the root of that word...
And I've noticed that we've been doing a lot of unnecessary ordering.
And inside the lump, he found teeth and a spinal cord.
And my brother Nick was 1 1. Every morning, my dad would lecture us...
And my mother, she said, ''We're lucky to be alive!''.
And now I have no time with him.
And now, the ''bond'' cake!
And now, the last contestant on ''The Price Is Right''!
And our wedding should be this joyous thing...
And that any illment, from psoriasis to poison ivy...
And their children, Anita, Diane and Nick.
And their children, Anita, Diane and Nick.
And their children, Anita, Diane and Nick.
And then '' woosh'' . God, I thought you'd fainted.
And then I see you...
And they looked at us like we're from the zoo.
And they looked at us like we're from the zoo.
And we'll be there in one hour, okay?
And wherever I go, whatever I do, they will always be there.
And you did it.
And you'll always have Toula to run the restaurant.
And you'll be with Taki at the dry cleaner.
And...
And...?
Angelo, bite me!
Another. You're Greek now. Don't be shy.
Any word, and I'll show you how the root of that word is Greek.
Anyway, I tell her I will send her to Greece...
Anyway, I'd like to take you there, if you'd like to go.
Aphrodite's Palace.
Apple and orange.
Are you kidding? Any minute now he's going to look at me and go:
As if we were ashamed of ourselves.
As many of you know, our name, Portokalos...
At Greek school, I learned valuable lessons like:
Athena, I'm going to be a painter!
Be with you in a second. That would be no problem.
Because everybody else is working at the big dry cleaning store.
Because I came alive when I met you.
Because neither Angelo or Nikki know how to use the computer.
Because nice Greek girls are supposed to do three things in life:
Because nobody talks to me about nothing no more!
Because nothing ever changes.
Because some jag off and his big ass girlfriend are too busy.
Because we weren't weird enough.
Because you're my life now, you're my whole life now.
Because... He wants to talk.
Bloodthirsty Turks.
Bonnet?
Bottoms up!
But I just don't see how this is going to work out, so...
But I promise you this: you can marry anybody you want.
But it won't be for them, because it can't be at our church.
But let it be part of who you will become.
But my family is so unhappy.
But nobody listened to me.
But the woman is the neck. She can turn the head anywhere she wants.
But there's a lot of new stuff to learn now, so, if you want...
But we are tigers in the bedroom.''
But, in the end, we're all fruit.
Can you believe it? I'm out of honey. Put that back for me.
Can you date my daughter?
Christ is risen for sure, if Toula found a husband.
Come here. What's the matter?
Come on, Costa!
Come on, don't you worry. I'm going to talk to him.
Come on, help me with the veil.
Come on, lighten up! I'll lighten you when I take out your kidneys.
Come on, talk to him. Toula loves him. Do it for Toula, come on.
Come on, we're going to see uncle Nick.
Come on! He wants to get married in the church!
Come, sit down. Go, go. Sit, sit. Come.
Comes from the Greek word ''portokali'', which means ''orange''.
Comes from the Greek word ''vaticia''.
Complete with Corinthian columns and guarded by statues of the gods.
Computer?
Copy that. Hi, Mrs. Cristakis? Your tickets are now in the mail...
Costa, they love each other.
Costa...
Could be cured with Windex.
Dad is stubborn. What he says goes. ''The man is the head of the house''.
Dad, I've been going through our inventory...
Dad, the thing is that we just want to keep it small.
Dad.
Dad.
Dad.
Dad...
Dancing Zorba's.
Did somebody sit on your hair? It looks a little flat there.
Did you lose this?
Did you say ''skulk''? Let's just skulk off somewhere...
Did you say I'm beautiful?
Did you want to see some brochures?
Didn't I say it's a mistake to educate women?
Do we have to go in?
Do you want to go up?
Does it mean anything in your language?
Don't dab. Wipe! Wipe off!
Don't worry, I'll be back.
Don't worry. They are going to love you.
Don't you talk about my hair. You and your big ass girlfriend do nothing!
Drag queens could get a few tips from those aunts.
Eating their Wonderbread sandwiches...
Enough!
Enough.
Everybody dance.
Everyone!
Except you're Greek.
Excuse me, excuse me.
Excuse me, is this seat taken?
Excuse me! Coming through, coming through!
Excuse me.
Fortoula! You closed last night, you're opening this morning.
Found them.
God, you're just wonderful.
Going along and then stops. Here l am, your private Greek statue.
Good night.
Good night.
Good night.
Good night.
Good! You can start with our fence.
Good? You know, I could snap you like a chicken!
Greek. You watch.
Greeks and everybody else who wish they were Greek.
He looks Greek.
Hello, Ian!
Hello, ladies. Fresh ''baklava''!
Hello.
Here.
Hey, dad.
Hey, here's some news about my life to this point: it's boring.
Hi, ma. It's me.
Hi.
Hi.
How do you say ''thank you'' in Greek?
How? How can she do this to me?
I always thought she was going to be married in the Greek orthodox church!
I am Maria Portokalos. And welcome to our home.
I am touched!
I can't believe that.
I could go to college and take a few courses.
I don't know how to say this.
I don't know if you remember, but I got all A's in Computers.
I don't remember frump girl, but I remember you.
I don't want us to have something that falls off the back of a truck.
I don't...
I drew it, dad.
I found that match the bridesmaids' dresses!
I had a lump at the back of my neck, right here. Always a lump.
I had no idea you had so few friends.
I have cover up.
I have no life.
I have three testicles.
I have your answer!
I just want to spend a little time with you.
I just want to spend some time with you.
I just wanted to learn more about painting, and art and stuff.
I know what you want. You have, how do you say? You have a spirit.
I know, but we need more.
I know. You're from my side.
I love him.
I love you.
I love you.
I love you.
I never thought this could happen to us.
I open the dry cleaners every day. It's about time she did something.
I ordered the invitations two weeks ago.
I remember you.
I run the restaurant, I cook, l clean, I wash for you...
I said, ''Come for a quiet dinner and meet my parents''.
I so badly wanted to be like the popular girls...
I think it takes a pretty strong person to do that.
I think...
I tried to put a little marmalade.
I tried, you tried! We were all nice to them.
I want to see the bride.
I was frump girl.
I was swept off my feet by your very cool opening line: ''Hi''.
I was thinking last night...
I went by the college and picked this up.
I wish I had a different life.
I wish I was braver and prettier...
I'll get it.
I'll need a hard tick on that one. Alfa, Bravo, Fox Trot, Charlie.
I'm a snow beast.
I'm coming!
I'm giving a pop quiz and l can't wait to hear the groans.
I'm going to start slowly, doing a couple of night courses.
I'm Greek now.
I'm not leaving you. Don't you want me to do something with my life?
I'm scared I'll wake up and still be buttering garlic bread...
I'm serious!
I'm so happy.
I'm sorry I lied to you.
I'm sorry, but ask you if I can date your daughter?