Confusion ensues when, in order to win the million dollar payoff from a reality based TV show, straight Malcolm Caulfield must convince his friends and family that he is going to marry openly gay man Spencer Finch.

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Rick Federman ...
Malcolm Caufield
Sandon Berg ...
Spencer Finch
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Loretta Finch Hunt
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Barbie Finch
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Clarissa Cobb
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Bradley DuBois
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Andre Genous - Hostess
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Confusion ensues when, in order to win the million dollar payoff from a reality based TV show, straight Malcolm Caulfield must convince his friends and family that he is going to marry openly gay man Spencer Finch.

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1 July 2005 (USA)  »

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[from trailer]
Malcolm Caufield: It's a man filled with sand.
Hugh Caufield: It's a NAKED man.
Spencer Finch: You don't eat it.
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I Now Pronounce You Gay for Pay & DOA
7 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The adage "truth is stranger than fiction" is proved in spades with this misguided reality show satire. Unforuntately for the producers of MATRIMONIUM, truth is also a lot funnier. I'm a big fan of the reality TV genre, and as such I realize that it is it's own form of satire. So this film is not only unfunny but redundant. Liberal parts "Boy Meets Boy" crossed with "My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiancé", MATRIMONIUM is about as subtle as being hit by a box full of hammers. The characters are stereotypes and the three leads (especially the robotic hostess) are about as repulsive as possible without being in a Troma film. Only the actor playing best man Bradley manages the script's lame premise and tone with any skill. His wedding toast of double entendres is the highest of the low points in this video. The DVD also presents a slew of outtakes and a commentary track that proudly announces that the producers (one of whom is the star) find the film funny and insightful. So much for modesty. I now pronounce you DOA.


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