Nia Vardalos, left, and John Corbett in a scene from "My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2."
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That's all you need to analyze "My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2," an overstuffed, under-achieving sequel that took over a decade to get to the screen. If you've been dying for a reunion with the aggressively lovable Portokalos family, maybe you'll be happy. Greek families get involved in each other's business! Greek families smother you with love! Given the title, you'd think there's got to be a wedding. Well, Toula's already married, and Paris is too young. You'll surely smile at a few points – who's not a sucker for a big wedding?'Big Fat Greek Wedding 2' opens in Beirut Thursday.
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