Bil’s rating (out of 5): 0.5.
USA, 2010. New Generation Films, North by Northwest Entertainment, Oy Vey My Son Is Gay Productions. Screenplay by Evgeny Afineevsky, Menahem Golan, Martin Guigui. Cinematography by Peter N. Green. Produced by Evgeny Afineevsky, Svetlana Anufrieva, Rich Cowan, Igor Zekster. Music by Lilo Fedida, Eddie Grimberg. Production Design by Vincent DeFelice. Costume Design by Lisa Caryl-Vukas. Film Editing by Lilo Fedida, Eddie Grimberg. Podcast: Bad Gay Movies.
Positively unwatchable comedy about a man whose overbearing Jewish mother (Lainie Kazan) keeps trying to set him up on dates with nice Jewish girls. She has no idea that he’s actually happily coupled with sexy painter Jai Rodriguez, and when she finds out, during a wedding, she hits the roof. The premise offers such possibilities to be fun, but Evgeny Afineevsky’s direction is hackneyed and wastes Kazan’s talents, who comes off tired and awkward here, while John Lloyd Young in the lead is thoroughly unsympathetic. A comedy with this fun a set-up should not be such a chore to sit through, but it’s never particularly funny and cast members Bruce Vilanch and Carmen Electra stick out like sore thumbs.