Writer-director-producer Roger Paradiso's loud, broad film, made in 2004 but not released until 2007, is adapted from the long-running improvisational theater piece in which the audience plays the part of guests at the ill-fated wedding of Tina Vitale (Mila Kunis of That '70s Show
) and Tony Nunzio (former New Kid on the Block Joey McIntyre). Paradiso replaces the show's interactive element with the conceit that it's a mockumentary shot by a pretentious student filmmaker (Guillermo Diaz).
Saturday, June 25, 1988: There's no love lost between the Nunzio and Vitale families, who grew up together in a tough Queens, New York, neighborhood. The Vitales move...