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A Very Sordid Wedding (2017) Watch Online Free
Genres: Comedy
Language: English
Director: Del Shores
Writer: Del Shores
Stars: Bonnie Bedelia, Dale Dickey, Whoopi Goldberg

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Tired of the religious zealotry and anti-gay bigotry in their Texas town, sisters Latrell, LaVonda, and Aunt Sissy decide to protest an “Anti-Equality Rally” which aims to forbid any same sex weddings in their county. The colorful characters from the previous “Sordid Lives” decide a wedding is exactly what this small-minded town needs.

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This movie doesn’t disappoint. I’m glad that Del Shores developed these delightful characters to a logical resolution with this long overdue sequel. Whoopi Goldberg’s appearance in the movie is cast perfectly and her dialogue sums the plot up so very nicely. My friends and I thoroughly enjoyed this special screening at Texas Tech University, as well as the Q & A with Del Shores following the movie.

“A Very Sordid Wedding” is an incredibly funny, yet very important film. The movie combines humor (and it is roll-in-the-aisles-side-splitting funny, so get ready to laugh out loud), wonderful writing, serious performances from its remarkable cast, with a deep insight into how the LGBT movement goes forward by confronting religious intolerance in America’s churches. After all these years, we are again visited by the comical cast and characters of the “Sordid Lives” story. Del Shores, Emerson Collins and the remarkable cast outdid themselves with this movie. This film is the best one I have seen in a long, long time and should be a “must-see” movie for everyone. This movie will soon be seen as a classic. Go see it!

Del started as an actor and stand up comedian, I know… but beyond his pretty face and beneath his razor-sharp, creative wit, there is a deep well of passion for equality and inclusion. He’s not afraid to mix in social issues with story lines. As a peaceful activist myself, I believe that hearts and minds can be opened with ‘art’ — theater, dance, books, music, painting — with ALL creative media. We humans are a weird bunch — we tend to stick with what we know — and many of us stay in that “…but that’s the way we’ve always done it” mode. Here’s the thing: it’s hard to continue resenting others once you truly know them — hear their story — identify some of their feelings and experiences as similar to your own. Del digs deep with his creations…you do get to ‘know’ his folks. And I’m betting that some — maybe even all — of any fears or negative cognitions you might’ve had about a particular segment of our society, will be reduced, or perhaps even eliminated.

I remember reading that … in a Book… a long time ago.

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