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Canadian gay interest comedy. Ryan (Matt Fentiman) and Grant (Mark Hildreth) are a happy, succesful gay couple who decide to get married. Holding a committment ceremony in their back garden, the couple invite all their friends and family to celebrate the happy day. What they weren't prepared for however was the amount of emotional baggage their guests would bring with them, and they find themselves having to deal with resentful parents, drunken guests, and revelations about an extra-martital affair. Even worse, a mysterious guest arrives who seems to have a thing for one of the grooms...
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This film is based around a two young men who are going to get married. As they bring their families together we see that all people, gay and straight, have issues. And usually at any one point in a couple's life there are a few biggies. Some of the issues are resolved, others are not. Those of us who like our films neatly tied up at the end will not be too happy about this.
This film shows that gay or straight we're all the same underneath. It was an interesting film about people and how they interact. Their dreams shattered and their dreams fulfilled, and the fall-out that goes with it.
I must admit that the last few minutes of the film did grip me unlike any of the other block-buster type nonsense I see. I was rooting for a sign that there was forgiveness and that people make mistakes.
And the music for the film was very good too. Hit just the right nerve.
This is a story of a gay couple who wants to commemorate their three years together with a marriage (whatever is the name they actually use in Canada) - they throw a party for their relatives who come with a lot of baggage. We have a couple who lost a baby, a couple who cannot conceive, a couple on the verge of divorce, another one going through a rough patch after the man failed to save the life of his young patient while the wife has an affair, and three single women who also find it difficult to cope with their lives. All of these problems start to resurface once the big family meeting gets under way and the gay couple is not free from their own issues as well.
A street punk boy Dylan invited by one of the gay men's mother stirs things out of control, it is his presence that helps the characters see through their problems and start to deal with them. Some of them find this liberating, some remain stuck in their ruts but indy movies usually don't have happy endings for everyone.
This is not a gay movie in the sense of "Will and Grace" or gay porn so keep your expectations very low if your looking for one-liners or hot action. The message seems to be that although the two main characters are gay, they are just a couple like all other couples, being gay doesn't make them better, worse or special.
This is a movie that talks of things we seldom see discussed in earnest in big productions. It does not aim to please, it aims at making you think where you are because everyone means you too.
Where most gay themed feature films fall short is in lack of money and talent and unfortunately Everyone lacks these both. First of all the screenwriter has decided to include a lot different stories to the film which actually kills the main storyline. The story should be about these two guys getting married and not about their cousins and their marriage problems! Now we are introduced to a huge number of extended family members who's lives are 100% miserable and include a lot dead babies that they cannot stop talking about. After first 30mins you will notice that the film centers more around these cousin etc. than the leads which is not good sign. It's these side stories that kind of suffocate any happiness out from the film and make the whole film stand out as gloomy and depressing. So the story is a mess and even the director of the film doesn't do any good by allowing actors to read their lines as they appear in the script. There is no character development or acting the film and I would bet that filmmakers must have used their friends and family to play the roles. Sadly this filmmaking route completely ruins the film since those "extra" characters do get more screen time than the leads who were at least decent in terms of acting. As principle you should always give more screen time to those actors who can act and not the other way!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I couldn't finish this film. Lame story, lame acting. I know they tried but the acting did not pull off what could have been a fun film.....Published on 16 April 2014 by Stu
Bad script, poorly acted and pointless plot. Much better films out there to spend you money on. Only reason it has 1 star is that I can not give it NONE!Published on 12 Feb. 2011 by AlanMc
The cover of this DVD declares it to be an "expertly crafted comedy". It is no such thing. I made a note of the number of times I chuckled. Read morePublished on 15 July 2010 by Nicholas Casley
This is the worst gay film ever! DO NOT waste your money/time!
Terrible plot, worse script, extremely poor character development!
I bought this film on the basis of the positive reviews it received but ultimately I think they overplayed its strengths. Read morePublished on 17 Dec. 2008 by Londoner