The House of Yes

Starring Freddie Prinze Jr., Josh Hamilton, Parker Posey
Directed by Mark S. Waters

Alliance Home Video | August 5, 2008 | DVD

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Josh Hamilton plays an eldest son returning home with his girlfriend (Tori Spelling) for Thanksgiving. He has been close-lipped about his family to this point, so when the door opens Spelling is taken aback by his little sister, Jackie-O (Parker Posey). Jackie seems to think she is Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, mimicking the former first lady`s every trait. Things get a bit weird when she insists on reenacting the assassination, bullets and all. The House of Yes is a clever, abstract comedy that builds itself up from a strong screenplay to achieve an effect that is purely circumstantial.

Video Release: August 5, 2008

Theatrical Release: 1999

Runtime: 85

Rating: Not Rated

Studio: Alliance Home Video

UPC: 717951003324

Found in: Comedies, General, General, General

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The House of Yes

Starring Freddie Prinze Jr., Josh Hamilton, Parker Posey
Directed by Mark S. Waters

Video Release: August 5, 2008

Theatrical Release: 1999

Runtime: 85

Rating: Not Rated

Studio: Alliance Home Video

UPC: 717951003324


Edition Description
  • Color
  • Runtime: 85 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
  • Released in English

Description

Sweet young Marty brings his ingenuous doughnut-shop waitress girlfriend, Lesly, home to meet his family at their opulent Washington D.C. mansion. But the Turkey Day goings-on are considerably less than wholesome, as Lesly discovers the moment she meets Marty's decidedly dysfunctional family, including his asylum-reject twin sister, Jackie-O, whose hobbies include incest and reenacting the JFK assassination with prop blood and her brother as victim. Though a smash at the predominantly independent Sundance Film Festival, this effort was bankrolled by Spelling's sitcom magnate dad, Aaron. Based on the eponymous stage play by Wendy MacLeod.

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DVD Features: Region 1 Encoding Keep Case
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