Kiss the Bride (2002)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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Danni is the first Sposato daughter to marry; that is, if her three wild sisters don't first tear the family apart. Niki, Chrissy and Toni return home for the long overdue Italian-style family reunion, and quickly try to one-up the other.


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  • Jerry O'Connell and Charlie O'Connell at an event for Kiss the Bride (2002)
  • Charlie O'Connell at an event for Kiss the Bride (2002)
  • Toni (Monet Mazur) & Amy (Alyssa Milano)
  • Director Vanessa Parise
  • Amanda Detmer at an event for Kiss the Bride (2002)

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3 April 2005 | marebp
6
| adorable predictability
this is the perfect "sit on the couch on a Sunday" movie. the characters, although stereotypical, are each rather endearing. the extended family is fun to watch,as it offers some insight into the traditional Italian family. the sisters deal with the same issues that many modern day siblings tackle, i.e. the pressure to leave home and find success rather than attempt to remain in their small town and find it where their roots are. unfortunately, the movie is predictable, as my girlfriends and i had the majority of the ending pegged in the first half hour. it does it's job as a light and airy way to spend two hours. enjoy.

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