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Funny Story

Country: USA, Language: English, 84 mins

  • Director: Michael J. Gallagher
  • Writer: Michael J. Gallagher; Steve Greene
  • Producer: Michael J. Gallagher; Jana Winternitz; Michael Wormser

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Despite its title...there is absolutely nothing 'funny' about this story.

Despite being billed as a comedy/drama...there is no 'comedy' to speak of.

In fact...what it is...is rather repugnant...a 'lesbian' bride-to-be bonks every man she can get her claws into...and, if that's not called crossing-the-line, she [then] crosses that line that no-one should ever cross. She is - indeed - a rather putrid character.

She's in good company...most [if not all] of the characters are rather unsavoury. The 'writers' obviously know nothing about women...and far less about sex and sexuality...and, even, less about same-sex sex and relationships. Their writing is a clichéd bore...with too many misogynistic undertones.

Be warned: This is a very unpleasant [and unnecessary] film.


Trailer...

The(ir) Blurb...

Funny Story is a tragicomedy you didn't see coming! After years of being a neglectful father, a womanizing TV star unknowingly crashes his estranged daughter's same-sex destination wedding. This delightfully dark comedy takes us on a California coastal road trip full of dreams, love, disillusionment and lots of Sapphic hijinks, and teaches us about the destructive power of narcissism, the healing power of forgiveness, and our willingness to do karaoke after drinking enough tequila. This is a wedding we would all love to be invited to!

Cast & Characters

Matthew Glave as Walter;
Emily Bett Rickards as Kim;
Jana Winternitz as Nic;
Nikki Limo as Brian;
Lily Holleman as Moon;
Jessica Diggins as Paula;
Aschleigh Jensen as Tamara;
Pete Gardner as Jack;
Reginald VelJohnson as Hank;
Jacob Wysocki as Tyler