Regent Releasing | Release Date: June 16, 2006
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Generally favorable reviews based on 12 Ratings
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DannyQ.Sep 5, 2006
I think critics seem to be looking for far too much depth in this film and that's not what the film is about. It's like an old screball comedy. It's light and delightful and an enjoyable way to spend an hour and a half. The I think critics seem to be looking for far too much depth in this film and that's not what the film is about. It's like an old screball comedy. It's light and delightful and an enjoyable way to spend an hour and a half. The audience I saw it with laughed consistently. And that's what matters. Expand
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RussellM.Jun 18, 2006
Just a fun movie. Doesn't try to make any great statements but offers one laugh after another. What more can you ask from a comedy?
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JimG.Jul 16, 2006
Forget Brokeback Mountain, here is a slice of gay life in which every (white?) gay man should find some personal truth and much humor. While some of the supporting roles are taken to an extreme or heavy on camp, the two main characters have Forget Brokeback Mountain, here is a slice of gay life in which every (white?) gay man should find some personal truth and much humor. While some of the supporting roles are taken to an extreme or heavy on camp, the two main characters have more than one dimension and are well played. Daniel Letterle and David Monahan do a fine job as the earnest humans named Ethan and Leo. The movie is very funny in its broad themes, but also chock full of brief (inside?) jokes that delighted the audience I was in (my favorite being a brief detour to the Moen catalog). Only two complaints: (1) the Hat Sisters: no self-respecting queen would be caught dead in those outfits (2) Ramon De Ocampo as Juarez does for the image of gay Latin men what Hattie McDaniel's roles did for African-American women. It's a shame that his role wasn't written as intelligently and truthfully as that of Punch, the 19 year-old self-declared God. (Oh, and, (3), those German accents were horrific.) Expand
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JulesK.Jul 8, 2006
Fun, funny, frothy. And it happens to be gay! Whudeva. A date movie if there ever were one.
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