Kiss Me Guido

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Released 1997

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Director:
Tony Vitale
Released:
1997
Rating:
R
Kiss Me Guido is a comedy film that revolves around an Italian American named Frankie (Nick Scotti). He works in a pizza parlor and lives with his parents, but Frankie has dreams of becoming an actor. When he catches his brother and fianc''e having an affair, he decides it is a good time to move out of his parents' home and begin his acting career. Frankie finds an ad for a roommate in a newspaper from a "GWM", which he interprets to mean "guy with money". In reality, it means "gay white male". Warren (Anthony Barrile) is the gay man and when Frankie meets him, the two initially clash, Frankie disliking Warren's sexuality and Warren disliking Frankie's cocky attitude. Frankie is given an opportunity to advance his career when he is offered a part in a play. The catch is that the role would involve him kissing another man. Watch Kiss Me Guido to see if Frankie can overcome his homophobia.moreless

Metacritic Score

  • 60

    The New York Times Elvis Mitchell

    Manages to have playful comic ingenuity of its own.

  • 60

    Los Angeles Times Kevin Thomas

    If Tony Vitale's Kiss Me, Guido isn't quite the laff riot its trailer suggests, it nonetheless abounds in good-hearted humor, adding up to a perfectly pleasant summer diversion.

  • 60

    Variety Dennis Harvey

    A bright, snappy culture-clash farce in the mode of "Desperately Seeking Susan" and its ilk, Kiss Me, Guido plays gay and Italian-American stereotypes against one another to good-n...

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    Gay & Lesbian, tacos