Kiss the Bride (2007 film)

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Kiss the Bride
Kiss the Bride film poster
Directed by C. Jay Cox
Produced by C. Jay Cox
Richard Santilena
Bob Schuck
Written by Ty Lieberman
Starring Tori Spelling
Philipp Karner
James O'Shea
Music by Ben Holbrook
Cinematography Carl Bartels
Distributed by Regent Releasing
Release date
  • July 23, 2007 (2007-07-23) (Outfest Film Festival)
  • April 18, 2008 (2008-04-18) (United States)
Running time
100 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $32,033[1]

Kiss the Bride is a 2007 romantic comedy film directed by C. Jay Cox, which had a limited release in April 2008. It stars Tori Spelling, Philipp Karner and James O'Shea.


Matt (Philipp Karner) and Ryan (James O'Shea) were best friends in high school, but ten years later, Matt receives an invitation to Ryan's wedding, he is surprised - especially that Ryan's intended, whose name is Alex, is a woman (Tori Spelling). Matt and Ryan had a gay relationship in high school, and Matt has held a torch for Ryan for the past ten years. Described by his co-worker as "so 'My Best Friend's Gay Wedding,'" Matt races off to rescue his former love from this woman who must have trapped him into marriage. Matt and Alex hit it off, Matt and Ryan have some things to work out, and there is a cast of character in-laws (Joanna Cassidy, Tess Harper, Robert Foxworth and Amber Benson).


Critical reception[edit]

Nick Pinkerton of LA Weekly called the film "the most ignoble outing in bi-curious screen hijinks since France produced Poltergay."[2]


  • "U Found Me" (Levi Kreis, Darci Monet) - Levi Kreis
  • "Hardly A Hero" (Kreis, Monet) - Levi Kreis
  • "We're Okay" (Kreis) - Levi Kreis (end credits)
  • "Drive" - Brian Kent[3]


  1. ^ Kiss the Bride - Box Office Mojo Retrieved 2010-05-27.
  2. ^ L.A. Weekly Movie Critics (2008-04-16). "Movie Reviews: Zombie Strippers, Floating Life, Lost in Beijing". LA Weekly. Archived from the original on 2008-04-22. Retrieved 2008-04-23. 
  3. ^ ‘Life’ with Brian

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