Joe's Wedding (1996)

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Retired from rock 'n roll, ex-musician Joe is busy preparing for his upcoming wedding to the conservative daughter of a wealthy demolitions expert, in the full expectation of being trained in the family business. His dreams are shattered when he is kidnapped by a leather-clad performance artist who is upset that the boy's soon-to-be father-in-law is evicting her from her groovy loft apartment. She chains him to a huge metal ball, claiming that it is a mine, and holds him hostage. Since she is a "performance artist," it's difficult at first to determine whether she is serious or not. In time, it becomes clear that, demented or not, she is a more suitable spouse for the hapless musician than his fiancee. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi
Rating: NR
Genre: Comedy
Directed By: Michael Kennedy
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What a bizarre and stupid film. Very unappealing, strange performances. It makes you wonder what the filmmakers had in mind and why they even made it. The actors seem uncomfortable and out of place. Yuk.

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