Out at the Wedding (2007) not on DVD in USA
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Out at the Wedding (2007)
GAY alternative lifestyle interest
Oh, to all my friends on Demonoid, I have hopped over the fence I have fallen in love with Cathy DeBuono who is in this movie. I just LOVE her !!
Out At The Wedding is a comedy cocktail with a splash of southern comfort and a twist!
Transplanted Southerner, Alex Houston (Andrea Marcellus), has found life as a successful wine importer in Manhattan to be a pretty fabulous life. Laughs come in spades from her best gay pal since childhood, Jonathan (Charlie Schlatter) and love is found in the package of Dana (Mystro Clark), a dreamy bi-racial airline pilot. When he unexpectedly proposes to her the day she’s to leave town for her sister’s wedding, life gets complicated. Having assumed her southern family would never accept her ethnic boyfriend, she’s never told them he exists. In turn, she’s led Dana to believe her entire family is dead. Now, don’t judge her too harshly, it was sort of a mix up that turned into genocide. Making an excuse to leave town, she takes Jonathan as her date to the wedding and figures once she gets through the weekend, she’ll come clean to everyone.
Once back in South Carolina, it’s a minefield of emotion as she deals with her distant father (Mike Farrell), her overly exuberant sister Jeannie (Desi Lydic) and all the relatives and friends of her past who can’t believe she’s still single. Especially curious is Alex’s dim high school sweetheart who misunderstands a conversation with Jonathan and starts spreading a rumor at the reception that she’s gay. When an inebriated Alex gives a thinly veiled speech about her interracial relationship at the wedding, everyone mistakenly thinks it’s a big coming out speech. After unsuccessfully trying to set everyone straight so to speak, her right wing family has a decidedly left wing response and the lie actually brings them all closer.
As the two sisters build a relationship they’ve never been able to cultivate before, Alex can’t bring herself to fess up she’s straight. When Jeannie comes back from her honeymoon and wants to come to New York and meet Alex’s lesbian love “Dana,” Jonathan comes up with an idea to “hire” a girlfriend. That’s when things really start to get complicated!
Out At The Wedding is about relationships. It’s about the thin line between trust and truth and the incredible comic lengths we go to avoid both. But essentially the film is a love story between two sisters, who desperately want to be friends, but only know how to be family
Initially off-putting, Out at the Wedding sneaks up as an endearing and campy romantic comedy of errors and misunderstandings. Several laugh out loud moments and impressive performances are able to ameliorate the flimsy late-night cable porn direction and production values. Eternally afraid of conflict and disappointing those around her, Alex (Andrea Marcellus) has a tendency to lie to everyone, including her new fiancé Dana (Mystro Clark), who believes that her entire family is dead. This is why Alex decides to take her flamboyant gay best friend Jonathan (Charlie Schlatter) to her sister Jeannie’s (Desi Lydic) wedding down south.
Through a series of misunderstandings, everyone at the wedding comes to believe that the very straight Alex is actually a lesbian. Afraid to tell her family the truth, she leaves the lie in the air, only to have it come back and bite her in the ass when her bubbly sister comes to visit her in New York. Rather than tell the truth, Alex decides to hire a lesbian (Cathy DeBuono) to pretend to be her girlfriend.
What really holds the film together is Andrea Marcellus’ solid portrayal of a mildly misanthropic and neurotic pacifier with a tendency to push everyone close to her away. She handles both comedy and drama effectively, adding a layer of credibility to the film as an accessible character.
Her comic sensibility in the film is matched by the camera friendly Desi Lydic who nails the helpless, flirtatious blonde role. Additional humour is found in random Star Trek references and a lesbian with a tendency to get hit in the face with balls. It’s all highly entertaining, but loses steam as it trudges into the third act. Necessary resolutions are predictable and uninspired and devoid of the same comic sensibilities of the proceeding. Wedding is highly recommended to fans of camp humour and anyone who finds the notion of Reginald VelJohnson (Family Matters) being married to Mink Stole (John Waters’ Mink Stole) amusing.
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