This is the sequel to the popular Three Men and a Baby and features the same group of three friends. Once again, Tom Selleck plays Peter, Steve Guttenberg plays Michael and Ted Danson plays Jack. Following on from the previous film's story, the three men share an apartment with five-year-old Mary (Jack is her biological father) and Mary's mother, Sylvia. Each of the men feels a great bond with Mary, although she complicates their lives.
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The friends are dismayed when Sylvia announces that she intends to marry an English man called Edward and move to England with him and Mary. Peter, Michael and Jack go to England for the wedding, and Peter finds out that Edward has just been faking affection for Mary and is planning to ship her off to boarding school. When confronted, Edward denies all knowledge of this, and Sylvia takes his side. Peter has fallen in love with Sylvia, and she appears to be fond of him. Peter goes to the boarding school in question to get proof of Edward's deceit and the headmistress decides to help him. Armed with proof, they set off to halt the wedding. Meanwhile, Michael waylays the vicar, and Jack uses his skills as an actor to pass himself off as a replacement, conducting the ceremony as slowly as possible. Peter bursts in and presents the proof, and Edward has to come clean. Alas, the marriage will not stand as Jack is not a real vicar! Peter tells Sylvia he loves her and Sylvia returns the feeling, so they get married instead.
Best part of story, including ending:
I like the banter between the friends in this buddy movie
Best scene in story:
When Ted Danson's character pretends to be a vicar - it's an hilarious scene
Opinion about the main character:
They are all decent, kind guys