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Kiss the Bride

3.7 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Actors: Tori Spelling, Joanna Cassidy, Robert Foxworth, Tess Harper, Dean McDermott
  • Directors: C. Jay Cox
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Liberation Ent
  • DVD Release Date: November 18, 2008
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001FBSLPE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,349 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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this review is actually written by bruce's longterm life-partner, dennis milam."kiss the bride" was nicely written and paced and the acting was overall good. it was refreshing to see a same-sex romance that did not have to end either tragically or madly-in-love but was more realistic. the special treat was seeing steve sandvoss on the screen again. after his debut in "latter days" i'd hoped he'd be discovered and his talent would be recognized. he's kept working steadily according to his website. here,he gets a chance to play a comedic role. he is so good he disappears into it. it took a while to realize who the actor was! his comedic timing was sharp and he made the goofy character come alive and be lovable. the scenes at the stripper club parking lot were memorable. on a more superficial level,it was good to see him with facial hair.i'd seen him with it on his website/other films. however, he's not just another handsome face but has real talent.
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This is a fun film, showing that Tori Spelling is more then just her last name. She shines in her role as Alex, a quirky fun-loving woman about to marry. What she doesn't know is that her husband to be used to be with another man. With a great soundtrack done by Levi Kreis this is a WORTH WATCH!!
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You say you always wanted to see a gay version of Julia Roberts' "My Best Friend's Wedding"? Well, the Here!TV made-for-cable film "Kiss the Bride" (2007) comes pretty close, but nowhere near as good or funny.

Matthew (Philip Karner) is the editor of a San Francisco-based gay magazine, working on a special article about gay marriages, and being deluged by invitations by couples wanting their ceremony to be featured. Among the pile of invitations, he spots one with the name of his boyhood best friend (and first lover) back in New Mexico, Ryan (James O'Shea) who - to Matthew's surprise - is marrying Alex, a woman, played by Tori Spelling. Matthew decides to attend the wedding, and satisfy his curiousity as to whether Ryan is indeed gay and, if so, perhaps talk him out of getting married. A very colorful supporting cast dictates much of the action from there, first mistaking Matthew for the stripper hired for Alex's bridal shower (Trivia note: the stripper that eventually shows up is Dean McDermott, Tori's real-life spouse), and then being invited to stay with Ryan and Alex in their guest room, in between outings with their respective dysfunctional families.

I get the feeling that the screenwriter was going for some sort of "message" beyond the normal scope of a fluffy romantic comedy, but I came away unsure what that message was supposed to be. Obviously, he was making a point that sometimes people make wrong choices because they feel powerless to do otherwise, or perhaps he was saying that gay/straight sexuality is not a matter of black and white, but of shades of gray. In any case, the message is muddled with a sophmoric storyline, with some "what were they thinking?" moments (such as when Matthew is caught in bed with Alex, and reportedly is aroused) and weak direction.
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((Here is my approach to obtaining/viewing/reviewing Gay tales in film form. Simply, it's seeking the holy grail of that genre, or looking for the "Addictive Film"---that movie one returns to time and again). Selection/purchase is based mainly on finding new releases by favorite directors/screenwriters and your comments/reviews at various on-line sites. Sometimes I feel correctly steered by you (the "Keepers" filling my DVD shelves), other times mislead, occasionally badly (the "Throwaways"----and I do toss 'em). Rarely, I come across the "Addictive," those watchable every couple of months or so (see below starred *** area for a list......and some of the "near-Addictive" as well). For some movies, I'll share a review with you, as follows. Thanks for sticking with me so far.))

I'll admit that on first watching I was mightily disappointed, particularly in view of what I consider C. Jay Cox's much better, gay-related work, "Latter Days (Unrated Edition)." However, repeat viewings of "Bride" have resulted in my initial impression taking on a somewhat more positive spin, as you may gather from other of my comments, below. In this work it seems the director and writer are trying to tell.....no, make that show.....us that sexual preference (if not also orientation), is not just a black or white, a yes or no thing; rather it's a continuum and can change over time. Still, even if you consider that theme to be well handled, in no way does this production come close to achieving/maintaining the high interest levels being attained by that other recent gay film, "
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Sure, there were problems with the movie, but the script was dead on. Keep your eye on the first time screenwriter, Ty Lieberman. You're going to see big things from him!
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My partner and I watched this last night with high expectations. After all, Latter Days was such a wonderful movie. Big disappointment. Some of the acting was not up to par, and I kept waiting for some really good dialogue between the characters, but it never happened.
My biggest beef with this movie is the scene where the gay guy is making out with the fiance of "the love of his life". That was so wrong; it didn't work with the rest of the movie. I lost all respect for him at that moment. It didn't make any sense at all, and more or less ruined what was otherwise a fair movie.
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