The characters all showed varying degrees of insight into familial relationships, making choices about life, and then reevaluating those life choices. I laughed a lot in this movie and shed some tears as well. It would make the movie more poignant. They are all flawed but interesting characters in their own ways. It was put together like a high school project. By the end, I wanted to see another Vanessa Parise film about each member of the family. I work at a video store and thus get free rentals.
Upon meeting perky bride-to-be Alex Tori Spelling , however, Matt slowly begins to understand what it is that Ryan sees in her. Some questions got resolved and answered, to some degree, during the course of the movie, others remained open-ended and unresolved - a lot like life. There's fun, romance and a pulsating musical score that blends perfectly with a gorgeous New England sea-side setting. I'm not Italian, so I didn't really relate much to that aspect. The entire film seemed to flirt with borderline porn in both the editing and the directing and the music on the soundtrack seemed to be for a different movie altogether. Brooke Langton in The Replacements, Amanda Detmer in Saving Silverman, and Talia Shire. ~abc This film is shockingly bad.
I was home sick for the day, and this movie was on cable. Talia Shire, of Rocky fame, plays the mother. Yes you have a big family and the groom-to-be becomes a part of it but this movie is just more realistic. Save yourself from this mess. It's great, start to finish.
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I submit that this is one of the worst films of the 21st century. It takes minimal knowledge to know these and yet they didn't bother to figure it out. How do you know this isn't what I want my life to be? Chrissy Vanessa Parise is a high power investment banker on Wall Street. Jay Cox explores the complex social and sexual landscapes of contemporary America with this heartfelt romantic comedy about a gay male who just discovered that the love of his life is about to tie the knot -- with a woman! And I wonder how many families siblings are all stunningly beautiful and highly economically successful---aka Rich Rich Rich? Kiss the Bride is an intelligently written and directed film whose actors subtly and brilliantly share both familiar and surprising moments. A bit smarmy, and perhaps predictable, nevertheless this movie has high entertainment value, for those who enjoy a good chick flick.
All of these characteristics made the mood palpable. It is completely brain dead and useless. I admired Danni and her fiancée for remaining true to their faith by waiting for marriage to make love. It's almost as if the director was so in love with her film that she forgot to make it watchable for the general public. But I got more than that, I got an nice and honest movie about sisterhood and how differences can tear and pull back together a family. The sisters reek of and insecurity and subconsciously long for the approval and love of their domineering father. In Rhode Island, in the Italo-American family Sposato, Danni Amanda Detmer is going to marry Geoffrey Brancato Johnathon Schaech.
I don't want to dwell on that one scene. There may be a few cute moments, but there isn't a real funny joke in this. It was a complete ripoff of My Big Fat Greek Wedding! Nikki brings her boy-friend and manager Marty Weinberg Johnny Whitworth to be introduced to her family. The paper- thin storyline disappears as the director peppers the film with meaningless segues and tired old jokes. Tori Spelling was among those two. I was particularly impressed with the beauty of Brooke Langton, and the wonderful smile of Vanessa Parise.
I found Kiss the Bride to be an edgy, enjoyable, movie ride with some superbly timed dramatic and comedic surprises along the way. Her three sisters don't make it any easier for her. Everyone should see this film. The not-so-perfect couple s love for each other is put to the test in this irresistibly genuine comedy about love, commitment and the power of forgiveness. I thought she was the most beautiful one of all on the inside and the outside! Shocking how bad this film is. Trouble is, Ryan views his romance with Matt as nothing more than a high school fling. There was one good thing about this movie though, the girl who plays the youngest sister is really hot.
First, it's just fun to watch. Lack of funds makes creativity the only means to a great film. Put all together, it made for a very good movie. Maybe the Church didn't always do a good job teaching that in the past, or maybe their opponents have just been good at spreading misinformation and half truths. So, as I checked on imdb to find out who wrote it. Together, they have meals in the restaurant of Tom Terranova Sean Patrick Flanery , the former and first love of Nikki. Nothing will stop this wedding from happening, not even overprotective feuding mothers, a missing father, and a mischievous teenage sister.
It's a cute, slice of life surrounding an Italian-American family as they prepare for the wedding of one of the three daughters. A complete waste of life. The director captured the constant motion, energy, and culture of this Italian-American family with scenes of gorgeous meals, impromptu songs sung by family members, and emotionally heated discussions. I loved every minute of it, and I'm not easy to please. The movie is generally quite good.
Granted, this film garnered an 'R' rating for good reasons. It was a cheesy, brainless movie otherwise. The only thing i could really say good about the film is Flanery though he played a small role in the film, acted very well. I had the unfortunate experience of watching a screener version of this movie. Although there were a few things they could have patched up, like some of the plots were not ending well or the characters could have been more developed, over all this is a movie I would recommend for a watch. I am so surprised that such an amatuer filmmaker got to have the opening film!! Amanda Detmer plays 'Danni' Sposato, and as the movie opens we see her dressed in a wedding gown, on a balcony near the sea, looking for the groom. I was excited to see it since it was the opener of the festival but was quite shocked to see how pitiful the storyline was! However, this couple is about to face their biggest challenge.