You can find anything on the Internet these days. If youre looking to throw an Italian-American wedding, Ehow.com can guide the process. It has nine pointers for wedding planners: among them, that you shower the couple with sugar-coated almonds (instead of rice), serve a luscious Italian meal, and shatter a vase at the end of the ceremony to bestow luck on the first year of marriage. But it gives no advice on how to restrain brawling relatives or put out a car fire.
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In Tony and Tinas Wedding, a film playing at Cinema Paradiso (503 SE 6th St., Fort Lauderdale) tonight, just such catastrophes eventuate and many more. The films based on a smash-hit, off-Broadway play of the same name. The play, unlike the film, encompassed the audience in the hoopla as real-time wedding guests. But both the film and the play pulse with ethnic stereotypes and delight in the wholesale devastation of a holy day. Never mind gays this movie is the foremost threat to the Sacred Institution of Marriage. The pretty Ukrainian girl from That 70s Show, Mila Kunis, stars as the bride. Tickets cost $8. Call 954-760-9898, or visit www.fliff.com.
Sat., Jan. 19, 2008