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  1. Joseph Belanger
    February 18, 2014

    Although this is contrary to the speech Tanner makes at the prom about not wanting to be defined as gay, I have to say this is one of the most unexpected and charming gay films I’ve seen in quite some time. It is endearing and laugh out loud funny and extremely easy to watch. It actually makes you want to watch again and again, which is rare these days. It is a shame this film didn’t get more of a theatrical push because I think it has a lot of appeal. For me, it ranks right up there with other gay comedies like “Trick” and “Broken Hearts Club”. Highly recommended!

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    • Nick Watson
      February 25, 2014

      I’ve seen this movie 3 times now, and each times I notice something I wished I had put into the review. I love the multiple messages it is portraying to its audience about objectification of not only gay guys by straight women, but also of teenage girls as well. Both Tanner and the gaggle of girls were guilty of it, and I appreciated that aspect. Such a fun movie to watch.

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