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Kiss Me, Guido (Widescreen)

Nick Scotti , Anthony Barrile , Tony Vitale    R (Restricted)   DVD
3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Wonderfully Entertaining, witty and fun movie :) Jan. 31 2007
By Book Buff TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Okay - probably lots of stereotypes here, but who cares - this adds to this films charm. Situation familiar from other films, but again, doesn't matter - all characters are wonderful in their own way and gawd - but don't I know some of the italian-jock types!

I thoroughly enjoyed this film - definitely recommend it. Do yourself a favour and part with the $ and enjoy this flick over and over - sit back and enjoy a fun and wonderfully entertaining movie. :)
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4.0 out of 5 stars It made me laugh so hard it hurt haha July 12 2004
By A Customer
A lot of people don't really know of this movie. It's not a movie for everyone and it may not be the best gay movie but I sure loved it. I couldn't stop laughing because of the characters' personalities. The land lord Meryl is one of my favorites and Tony's brother is someone you love to hate. God, just give this movie a chance. It's worth at least one time of watching.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not the Best Gay Movie April 23 2004
Frankie is a slightly dense Italian working in a New York pizzeria while dreaming of becoming a famous actor. When he discovers his brother screwing his girlfriend, he impulsively decides to leave the family business and pursue his dream. He finds an ad in the newspaper for a GWM seeking a roommate. Frankie assumes GWM stands for "guy with money" and moves in with no questions asked. It doesn't take long for even the dim-witted Frankie to realize that his new roomie Warren is gay. The homophobic Frankie is horrified and wants to move out, but can't afford to find another place, so the two must learn to overcome their differences and get along. Can they pull it off? And could they possibly even become friends in the process?
This movie is based on so many stereotypes and rather flimsy plot premises, that I don't really know where to start. Italians and gays are both parodied in a well-meaning if unremarkable script. It's not a horrible movie; it's just not a particularly good one either.
Interestingly, CBS tried to turn this movie into a sitcom called "Some of My Best Friends" starring Jason Batemen as Warren, but a weak movie idea makes an even weaker TV show, and it quickly flopped.
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After catching his brother having sex with his girlfriend, Frankie (Nick Scotti) is upset (no marriage now) and feels he must move out of Brooklyn. He ends up in a room-for-rent situation. So he decides to live with Warren (Anthony Barrile). He later finds out Warren is gay. But Frankie is a straight Bronx, a Guido. Both are in a financial situation and the apartment is nice, so Frankie stays the night. Can this odd couple possibly live together and make it work? Watch out for that landlord (Molly Price, NBC tv-series "Third Watch") She's a ball-buster. Followed by the short-lived CBS tv-series, "Some of My Best Friends" (2001), starring Jason Bateman and Danny Nucci.
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5.0 out of 5 stars My Favorite Movie! April 28 2003
By A Customer
A Witty, Entertaining Movie.
Have shown it to many friends and family to the delight of all.
Rent & watch this movie...you will come back here to buy it for your collection.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A charming little film Feb. 4 2003
Not terribly original I guess, but very sweet. I like the actors, and I am a sucker for films that depict the many ways that people who would seem to have nothing in common, form deep friendships. The performances are very broadly drawn ( forget subtiley ), but to great affect. I lived in South Philly for a number of years and this film made me feel right at home.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Pacing Is Slow - But Situations Are Funny. Sept. 12 2002
KISS ME GUIDO is one of those off beat movies that has a kick to it. It's funny, it's charming and it has a lot of sass to it. It stars Nick Scotti (Bullet, Detroit Rock City) as a straight Italian lover who thinks an add with GWM in it means 'Guy With Money' instead of what it really means which is 'Gay White Male'.
He then befriends this gay man looking for a roommate to help paying bills played by Anthony Barrile (Sinatra, Hamburger Hill) who has an ex-lover (Played by Craig Chester (Frisk, Bumping Heads) )who has a new boyfriend actor (Played by Christopher Lawford (Exit Wounds, Thirteen Days) ) who is about to put on a play production.
Guido is an actor who has no talent in the people skills area but seems to have a natural affinity for 'gay' acting roles until he realizes he must, and has to, kiss a man. The rest is pure comedy. From the straight laced strict Catholic Italian families of New York to the stereo typical 'Queens' of gay New York City
The movie made me chuckle and chuckle many times. Cleverly directed by Tony Vitale (Very Mean Men, Jungle Juice) the films makes you believe anything is possible. Fun and charming - all the way around. ...
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not a movie, but a very bad TV Sitcom March 18 2002
By A Customer
I honestly cannot comment on the ending of this film since i was unable to sit through the entire mess. All I can say is that the guy who plays the italian kid gives one of the worst performances I've ever seen. It is actually painful to watch him overact and put on a fake accent. The story reallyn is straight out of one of those TV Sitcoms so bad that they don't even get aired. It almost seemed as if they were making up the story as it went along. Hard to believe a film company put money into this thing.
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