In "My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3," when Toula (Nia Vardalos) plans a trip to Greece to honor her late father Gus’ (Michael Constantine, The Juror) final wish, the family’s reunion becomes complicated with the reveal of a deep family secret. The highly anticipated third installment of the franchise brings a heartwarming reunion that honors the essence of what makes the original so unique. (Gary Reber)
Special features include commentary with Writer/Director Nia Vardalos, gag reel (HD 07:43), deleted and extended scenes (HD 02;11), the featurettes "On Set With Nia Vardalos" (HD 03:21), "Opa! The Making Of" (HD 07:00) and "Wedding Drum Song –– Extended Take" (HD 01:00 ) and a Movies Anywhere digital copy.
The 2.39:1 1080p AVC picture, reviewed on a VIZIO Quantum X P85QX-JI UHD/HDR display was photographed digitally and sourced from a 2K Digital Intermediate. The imagery exhibits a very nicely rendered natural picture, with images that are generally sharp and detailed, with clarity and depth, though some noise is detectable. Colors are rich and often bold and well balanced, as well as brightly saturated, with generally realistic flesh tones. Contrast exhibits natural black levels and bright natural visual impact. Shadows reveal good depth. Resolution is often soft though at times revealing of fine detail in facial features, clothing, objects and Greek landscapes. Though not top-notch, this is certainly a picture that will please fans. (Gary Reber)
The DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1-channel soundtrack offers a quite pleasing holosonic® listening experience through the music. There's a palpable sense of spatial envelopment, with the surrounds moderately active, in large part due to extension throughout the soundfield. Most notably is during a dance club sequence that offers strong bass and prominent surround engagement. Imaging across the screen is engaging with notable depth into the surrounds. Voices sound natural though often ADR and a bit forward sounding. The sound quality is generally very good. Low frequencies sound natural and never exaggerated and most noticeable with the music, with enhanced boosts from the LFE channel. This is a generally pleasing soundtrack that builds to a lively ending. (Gary Reber)