Kiss Me, Guido

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  • Summary: Kiss Me Guido puts lifestyles on a comic collision course. One hilarious mix-up follows another as straight-arrow Frankie (Scotti), a pizza maker from the Bronx, comes to terms with Greenwich Village gay culture -- and his new roomie, actor/choreographer Warren (Barrile), comes to terms withKiss Me Guido puts lifestyles on a comic collision course. One hilarious mix-up follows another as straight-arrow Frankie (Scotti), a pizza maker from the Bronx, comes to terms with Greenwich Village gay culture -- and his new roomie, actor/choreographer Warren (Barrile), comes to terms with Frankie. (Paramount Pictures) Expand
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 14
  2. Negative: 2 out of 14
  1. It's a bouncy, occasionally awkward diversion with sharply written characters and good actors.
  2. 63
    A clunky script that reduces the characters to one-dimensional stereotypes.
  3. Manages to have playful comic ingenuity of its own.
  4. 50
    The film's biggest shortcoming is that its caricatured strokes aren't broad enough; it lacks the slam-bang energy of the comically grotesque.
  5. Reviewed by: Ken Fox
    50
    Clumsy and amateurish. But it's also occasionally quite charming, and ultimately more commendable for what it ISN'T than worthy of censure for being nothing more than an inconsequential comedy.
  6. An unfunny comedy by Tony Vitale that is enacted not by fleshed-out characters but by hackneyed, two-dimensional stereotypes. There’re so many sexual and ethnic caricatures, it’s hard to know which is most offensive.

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