Deborah Gibson Best Part Of The Film
A. S Buchholz | Michigan USA | 02/11/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I am a big Deborah Gibson Fan and i have
the film it is a really cheesy movie but
there are some great part's in the film
like when Deborah is fighting with her
husband in the film she have's a crying
scene and it really hit's you hard. There
is a part where Deborah sing's a song in the
film and they removed it it should have stayed.
And the other star's are all so great the film
will make you laugh and cry. But the best thing
to make this movie make it is DEBORAH GIBSON!!!!
So if your a Deb Fan you need this film. A lot of
people do not know that it was released on DVD and
they are still trying to find it so thank You to
Amazon.com for having this DVD on there website."
Deborah Gibson Film Debut
Tom Palces | Manila, Philippines | 06/14/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This wonderful comedy is a showcase for Pop Star/Broadway Superstar Deborah Gibson as her film debut and shares equal billing with the equally talented Dom DeLuise. Deborah, who first break into the music scene as "Debbie Gibson" with five albums and on musical theater with two more albums as "Deborah" finally debuts on this film (aka "The Wedding Band") and another independent film, a comedy, where she plays a wedding photographer (Melissa Stevens) a film by Kenneth Schapiro called "My Girlfriend's Boyfriend" Deborah's other acting credits on musical theater includes: her role as "Eponine" in Les Miserables, and Broadway revivals such as "Funny Girl" and as "Gypsy Rose Lee" in Gypsy!"
S. Deschamps | Australia | 01/17/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I found that the film was not in wide screen and they squeezed it together making Debbie look like a cone head. If you can get over that well this movie is worth a laugh or two. Quiet a few entertaining moments. Wish there were extra's. But none. Such light entertainment. worth a look only if your a fan of the early nineties singing canary. I am!!!"