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Guess who's coming? Everyone
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The perfect gay couple are having a wedding in their backyard and they've invited the family and all their emotional baggage. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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1 win & 3 nominations See more »
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Take Some Ideas, Put Them in Blender, Hit Pulse See more (16 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Katherine Billings ... Rebecca
Michael Chase ... Gale
Matt Fentiman ... Ryan

Brendan Fletcher ... Dylan
Suzanne Hepburn ... Trish

Mark Hildreth ... Grant

Bill Marchant ... Shepard
Cara McDowell ... Rachel

Andrew Moxham ... Kalvin
Stephen Park ... Luke

Carly Pope ... Rena
Tom Scholte ... Roger
Nancy Sivak ... Madeline
Debra Thorne ... Betty
Anna Williams ... Jenny
Michelle Addison ... Miss Miles
Lucy Stainsby ... Beth
Jason Simpson ... Ty / Radio Interviewer / Television Reporter
Samantha Reimer ... Author (radio interview) / Radio News Reporter
Lisa Marie Forbes ... Lisa (on phone) / Radio News Reprter

Directed by
Bill Marchant 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Bill Marchant 

Produced by
Tyler Labine .... co-producer
Christine Lawrance .... producer
Bill Marchant .... producer
Stephen Park .... producer
Carly Pope .... co-producer
 
Cinematography by
Jane Weitzel (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Tony Dean Smith 
 
Set Decoration by
Chandra Lakin 
 
Costume Design by
Lovina Zwarich 
 
Makeup Department
Dawne Koke .... key hair stylist
Dawne Koke .... key makeup artist
Sharon Van Delft .... assistant hair stylist
Sharon Van Delft .... assistant makeup artist
 
Production Management
Tyman Stewart .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John Mein .... first assistant director
Todd Miller .... third assistant director
Shawn Norman .... third assistant director
Robin Stone .... second assistant director
 
Sound Department
Michael Coutts .... foley artist
Michael Coutts .... foley editor
Todd R. Mason .... adr mixer
Todd R. Mason .... adr supervisor
Todd R. Mason .... dialog editor
Todd R. Mason .... sound re-recording mixer
Shawn Miller .... sound mixer
Millar Montgomery .... boom operator
Glen Noseworthy .... adr editor
Glen Noseworthy .... adr recordist
Glen Noseworthy .... dialogue editor
Glen Noseworthy .... sound re-recording mixer
Kai Powalla .... foley artist
Kai Powalla .... foley mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Douglas Arculus .... gaffer
Michael Chase .... best boy
Robert Kirbyson .... camera operator
Andrew Moxham .... best boy
Peter Wilke .... camera operator
Brendan Wilson .... gaffer
Jaxon Woods .... electrician
Jaxon Woods .... gaffer
Katie Yu .... still photographer
Jo Zen .... gaffer
Jo Zen .... grip
 
Editorial Department
Michael Margolis .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Kai Powalla .... music editor
 
Other crew
Kirsten Andrews .... publicist
Jacquie Dimmock .... script supervisor
Kathleen Pope .... caterer
 

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UK:90 min (DVD)
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1 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Take Some Ideas, Put Them in Blender, Hit Pulse, 27 January 2008
Author: ekeby from wisconsin

And you get an uneven script, uneven direction, uneven acting, uneven you name it. There are little flashes of quality, but they're too short and too few.

The framework of family members gathering for an upcoming gay commitment ceremony presents a grab bag of themes and story lines, some connected, some not. Like another reviewer here, I really wasn't entirely sure about the dead baby. Or were there two? And what did that have to do with anything except the insensitivity of scheduling the ceremony on the anniversary of a child's death? I'm not giving anything away here--that's revealed pretty early on.

This movie does aspire to the Altmanesque, but the material doesn't warrant that approach. In fact, it does a disservice to the various story elements, some of which I couldn't make any sense of. Everything in an Altman movie has a reason for being there. There was no reason in this movie, for example, to have a motor-mouth "humorous" caterer. It didn't add anything--certainly not comic relief. It was just annoying.

There was a lot about this movie that was annoying. Ironically, the actress who played an actress was the worst actor in the movie. Most of the others were just passable, but, admittedly they didn't have a lot to work with. The director plays a surgeon who seems to have devolved into insanity, but an insanity that is not just unconvincing, it's just plain silly. The pre-ceremony argument of the couple didn't ring true either.

Every once in a great while I'd hear a good bit of dialog, or think that a plot point was interesting. But that happened rarely, certainly not enough to recommend this film.

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