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  • Actors: Chris Carlisle, Joel Harrison, Gaetano Jones, Derek Long, Derek Meeker
  • Directors: Rob Williams
  • Writers: Rob Williams
  • Producers: Rob Williams, Matthew Montgomery, Rodney Johnson
  • Format: Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Mongrel Media
  • Release Date: Nov. 18 2008
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001CT05N0

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3-Day Weekend

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. Foster on Feb. 22 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Keep your money this is the equal to watching paint dry, which is a great way to decribe this movie, DRY!
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful By G.G. Ontario on Jan. 11 2009
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Flat story line with tired drama revolving around some very very catty men. The acting is quite poor, obviously a lot of first timers in this film. The 'scenery' is pretty substandard too. Not worth the money
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Don't Bother Guys... June 23 2009
By Jules in Knoxville - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This movie wasn't my cup of tea. I'm a huge gay movie watcher and unfortunatly, I bought this before seeing it first. The acting is in the same catagory as a basic (very basic) soap opera. It seems as if the director asked some of his neighbors or friends from the bar to act in this movie. It is decent for a rental if you're really, really, bored on a weeknight. Sorry guys, this just doesn't cut it in the list of good gay themed movies. Try again.
27 of 37 people found the following review helpful
The great outdoors ... and indoors as well. Oct. 27 2008
By Thomas A. Heald - Published on
Format: DVD
Just the right guy and just the wrong guy get found as "3 Day Weekend" takes a snapshot of men in various states of monogamy, marriage, momentary pleasure, and seperation.

The gorgeous "Weekend" gleefully admits that it is a thinly veiled homage to eight-gay-men-sitting-around-a-nice-house genre "The Boys in the Band" (1970) and "Love! Valour! Compassion!" (1997). But hey, fill a million dollar hunting lodge in SoCal with a 45-year-old muscle bear (Derek Long), a closeted 25-year-old self proclaimed "geek" (Chris Carlisle), and six male model types of various ages in between and you've got the makings of a party.

Take two couples -- one intergenerational, the other in an open relationship -- who take an annual weekend in the country and let them mix in their allegedly single friends for a change of pace. The secrets fly fast and furiously thanks to the invitation of Andre, a male hustler (Daniel Rhyder), that at least five of the guests already know. Buddhism translates to both a lust for life and an inability to button a shirt; turnabout becomes the most unfair play for a duo turned trio; the ambition to be paid to break hearts proves tempting; and with the exception of one or two characters who just don't seem to have any material whatsoever, Rob Williams' writing and direction soar. The assembled ensemble rises and shines. -- Thomas Heald,
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A really enjoyable show Jan. 20 2011
By T. Hawkes - Published on
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I liked this show. In fact, I've watched it twice now which shows that I really do like it (many such movies I only see once). I buy the ones I really like.

Good things about the show: writing is good, acting is rather good, production values are OK (relatively speaking), and the show actually has something to say to a variety of sub-audiences who might see it (meaning there is a wide spectrum of types and interests depicted in the film which adds to its interest value for the sub-types of gay men who might see it).

Bad things about the show: writing could be better (and the story expanded a bit), and more money would have helped polish the show (particularly the music used) and thus made it more than a B-minus film.

I won't recount the story or comment on the amount of "naked skin" because other reviewers have done that. I will just say that I rather liked this movie and would recommend that others buy it.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Disappointing to say the very least....... June 23 2010
By Kurt Clare - Published on
Format: DVD
If average was a word used to describe cold porridge, with lumps, then this movie is below average. Put eight gay men into one log cabin, and have all the stereotypical gay neurosis emerge. The acting was stoic, at times forced, with almost every character having been ill considered in both concept, casting and dialog. Scenes felt forced, and whilst there were moments of excellent scripting, the actors failed horribly in delivering the content in a manner which I expect the writer had originally envisaged.

The sex and nudity was gratuitous, and served no purpose what so ever to the story. Whilst perversely some of the scenes which required nudity seemed obviously choreographed to avoid such. The script was stretched with moments of grandeur and insight. These however, were brief and momentary causing great frustration. Fleeting breaths of oxygen, whilst helpful for breathing, will result in gradual suffocation. The movie was painful. At least whilst undergoing major surgery, one has the benefit of medication.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3 days i'd spend again April 18 2012
By CD in DC - Published on
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not sure what it says about our culture that the man paid for sex is the least attractive in this movie, kind of reminded me of Robert Redford in Brubaker when he's the cutest one in a prison movie but he doesn't get raped. I think here, the characters seem a little stereotypical but less than in most gay movies and the main characters have a lot to do and many other characters to do it with. I think there might have been more emphasis on back stories as some characters seemed to have a lot and some had none but that added to a sense of mystery and intrigue that spending three days in a house on top of each other might normally lack. I liked the hot tub sequence and how they were checking each other out without checking each other out. I hope they make a sequel "4 day weekend" or at least, "three day jaunt to nowhere."