Tony N' Tina's Wedding

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Tony N' Tina's Wedding

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Director:
Roger Paradiso
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Tony N' Tina's Wedding is a 2004 comedy written and directed by Roger Paradiso. The film is a screen adaptation of the popular musical. Young lovers Tony (Joey McIntyre) and Tina (Mila Kunis) decide to get married after they graduate from high school. However, their huge, strong-willed families soon threaten the entire affair with their gossip, backbiting and interference. The big day is quickly approaching and what was supposed to be a simple event has mutated into a bloated and extremely expensive bash. Tensions and blood pressure are high as the couple's crazy relatives meddle in every aspect of the preparations. Tony is miserable and realizes that he'll have to act decisively to stop the drama if he wants his marriage to last more than a few hours. Tony N' Tina's wedding is a hilarious parade of etiquette blunders and wonderfully tacky fashions, including bright blue eyeshadow, dowdy green bridesmaids' dresses, gigantic gold chains and mile-high hairdos. Fans of the Broadway musical will adore this cinematic adaptation.moreless

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  • 70

    Variety Ronnie Scheib

    A rousing, hilarious Bacchanal of family togetherness, Roger Paradiso's brilliantly cinematic adaptation of the second-longest running play in Off-Broadway history might be the bes...

  • 38

    TV Guide Maitland McDonagh

    It's all mean-spirited, foulmouthed sniping.

  • 30

    The New York Times Jeannette Catsoulis

    The film version is now being granted a limited release. Exactly how limited will depend on your tolerance for tasteless behavior, extravagant overacting and a decibel level to riv...

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    Satire, Romantic Comedy, Slapstick, Weddings