All You Can Eat There is an okay movie in here somewhere, but it needs a really good editor to excavate it. A successful male escort describes in a series of confessions his tangled romantic relationships with his two roommates and an older, enigmatic male client. The drama teacher is a woman to be reckoned with. Logo and all related marks and designs are trademarks of Viacom International Inc. Dude, you got your sight back only to catch your ex macking on your hot doctor?
Are you that mean, small-minded and stupid to actually compare gay people to murderous terrorists?
Was this review helpful to you? Get your Asshat here! Our two protagonists have no real difficulties to face, no obstacles to overcome and not much happens to them other than showering together and lots of heavy petting. I was lucky enough to see this film at the official youth screening at the Vancouver Queer Film Fest. Photo hattip to Towleroad. Trivia Director Todd Stephens said in the DVD commentary that he used Kodak film up until the point when the boys lose their virginity after which he started using Fuji film to portray a rush into reality. Determined that he won't go through life alone, she sets out to find him a husband.
I think sometimes many of us can get caught up with our frustrations over CBS not having any gay characters, the lack of decent gay movies, and even our differences of opinions about Glee, and in doing so we forget how extraordinary that there is even an AfterElton. Nora Bellinger Ricky Goldman Senator McCain, you are a moral monster and I look forward to celebrating your defeat as you continue to gut whatever legacy you once had. If Violet Tendencies had too many storylines, this movie has too few. Sure, it's a fantasy world with understanding parents, hot teachers, no homophobia and true love but that was my favorite thing about the movie. Something happens halfway through that spins the story off in an entirely unexpected direction, and that allows for a poignancy that rivals BBM. This "actor" who is starring in the upcoming remake of The A-Team with Bradley Cooper did an interview with the Los Angeles Times that did little more than confirm "Rampage" is an A-hole.