I Do (2013)



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I Do is directed by Glenn Gaylord (writer/producer of "Leave it on the Floor") and produced by Stephen Israel ("Swimming with Sharks," "Boy Culture") and David W. Ross. Ross also wrote the film, which has won numerous Audience Awards at film festivals throughout the country, and the "Best of the Fest" Award at this year's Palm Springs Film Festival. The film views marriage equality in the U.S. through the prism of immigration rights. Stepping right into the middle of the marriage equality debate, I Do is the deeply affecting story about a man forced by discrimination to make an impossible choice. Yet while both sides of the issue passionately state their cases, what's left in the balance are families and couples often split apart, especially those with bi-national makeups. Immigration, which most heterosexual couples take for granted as a given, complicates same-sex relationships, even in states where marriage is now legal.(c) Gravitas Ventures
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Jamie-Lynn Sigler
as Alison Federman
Alicia Witt
as Mya Edwards
Maurice Compte
as Mano Alfaro
David W. Ross
as Jack Edwards
Grant Bowler
as Peter Edwards
Jessica Brown
as Tara Edwards
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Critic Reviews for I Do

All Critics (11) | Top Critics (6)

The combustible possibilities surrounding a same-sex marriage involving partners of different nationalities is turned into rather tepid stuff in I Do.

Full Review… | June 7, 2013
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Uneven comedy/drama tackles hot button issues like gay marriage and immigration.

Full Review… | June 7, 2013
Hollywood Reporter
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A sweet, sincere, yet ultimately tepid story ...

Full Review… | May 30, 2013
Los Angeles Times
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Someday, when gay Americans enjoy full equality, we can all hope their sexuality will finally stop being used as fodder for dopey, hopelessly contrived dramas like "I Do."

Full Review… | May 30, 2013
New York Post
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In a better movie you might play along with contrived plot twists and fake obstacles, but watching "I Do," a movie with thin characters and a languorous pace, you find yourself talking back to the screen.

Full Review… | May 30, 2013
New York Times
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Ross's on-the-nose script offers little subtext or nuance, and the film-for all the inherent drama of the situation-has very little real-life grit.

Full Review… | May 28, 2013
Village Voice
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Audience Reviews for I Do


So good. Haven't enjoyed a film so much since Brokeback. Maurice Compte is a world class actor (and so easy on the eyes).

Phil Penny
Phil Penny

Someday we can all hope that homosexual's sexuality will stop being used as fodder for dopey, hopelessly contrived dramas like "I Do."

Lee Mayo
Lee Mayo

Oh misery loves company and there is plenty of it in this trite film. Flat, uninteresting characters cry around storyline that goes nowhere. I don't.

Graham Beilby
Graham Beilby

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