If you’re searching for a classic rom com to warm your heart this Valentine’s Day, then you can’t get more perfect than Four Weddings and a Funeral. Starring Hugh Grant and Andie MacDowell, the film follows a circle of friends as they find love at various social events.
If you want to watch Four Weddings here in the UK, then we’ve rounded up the best places to stream it, rent it and buy it. We also have similar articles for Notting Hill, Dirty Dancing and To All The Boys: Always And Forever.
Where to stream Four Weddings and a Funeral
Currently, the only place to stream Four Weddings and a Funeral is via the Amazon Prime Video channel MGM.
To access this, you will first need to be subscribed to Amazon Prime Video – you can do this on the Amazon website. You can pay for just an Amazon Prime Video subscription for £5.99 per month or get a full Amazon Prime account for £7.99 per month. There is a free trial available for new members.
Opting for a full Prime membership gives you next-day delivery on online shopping, music streaming, audiobooks, access to flash sales such as Prime Day and more. You can find out more about the benefits of Amazon Prime here.
Once you have a Prime membership, you’ll need to add MGM as an extra channel to watch Four Weddings and a Funeral. This does have a seven-day free trial available – after that a subscription costs £4.49 per month.
As an Amazon Prime Video channel, MGM also allows you to stream the likes of 21 Jump Street and The Hobbit online. If you’d like to know more about Amazon channels, you can read our explainer here.
If in theory you sign up for an Amazon Prime trial and an MGM trial and cancel both before you're billed, you won't have to pay anything to watch Four Weddings and a Funeral.
At the time of writing, Four Weddings and a Funeral isn’t available to stream on Netflix, Now TV or Disney Plus.
Rent or buy the digital version
You can also stream the movie digitally, either through renting or buying. You can currently buy Four Weddings and a Funeral from Amazon, YouTube, Google Play and iTunes – with prices starting from £7.99.
You can also rent it from all the places above – the cheapest is Amazon, which costs £3.49.
Buy the DVD
If you prefer a physical copy of the film, you can buy both the DVD and Blu-Ray from Amazon. Prices for the DVD start from £4.99, whilst the Blu-Ray edition starts from £10.
Rent the DVD for free
There’s also a way to lease the Four Weddings and a Funeral DVD for free. Cinema Paradiso is a DVD rental subscription service which offers a 30-day free trial.