I Want to Get Married

January 23, 2017 - Comment

SPECIAL FEATURES Director commentary Deleted scenes Bloopers Interviews with the director and cast SYNOPSIS Just six days before the vote on Prop 8, the sweet and geeky Paul decides he wants to get married to the man of his dreams. At the same time, he s assigned to work for a conservative client who s

SPECIAL FEATURES

Director commentary
Deleted scenes
Bloopers
Interviews with the director and cast

SYNOPSIS

Just six days before the vote on Prop 8, the sweet and geeky Paul decides he wants to get married to the man of his dreams. At the same time, he s assigned to work for a conservative client who s campaigning against gay marriage. In the week that follows, Paul embarks on a strange and exciting personal journey to find the man of his dreams, test his moral limits and reconcile with his estranged parents.

Product Features

  • Factory sealed DVD

Comments

MS says:

6.02 yuks times 10 to the 23rd power This earnest but overlong and very uneven romantic comedy about a pivotal turning point in gay American history has a mostly talented and engaging ensemble cast struggling with a screenplay that could easily lose half an hour off its rambling narrative. What ultimately sinks the film, though, it the completely inept performance by leading man Matthew Montgomery. I’m not sure how this actor continues to get so much work, since his past dramatic performances have consistently been low-energy and…

LS says:

Dog Crap I don’t know why I lasted so long on this awful thing. It was so lame. They make this guy up to be painfully awkward and unattractive (like Bill Murray playing Todd only worse and with less personality) and you think maybe he’ll blossom, but he doesn’t. You also can’t figure out why the other guy is remotely interested or why he is apparently shrewd at business and client relations, but a dweeb of the highest order in personal interactions. The subplot…

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