Frankie (Nick Scotti) is a Bronx, home-grown Italiano pizza guy/wanna-be actor who thinks homos are gross. Warren (Anthony Barrile) was living off his boyfriend and, now that he's gone, can't pay the rent. Terry (Craig Chester) is Warren's (completely stereotypical) flamingly gay friend who decides to put a roommate ad in the newspaper to help Warren out. Frankie answers the ad under the premise that GWM actually means Guy With Money. And that's where the culture clash begins...and the humor basically ends. Some of this movie is funny (see the subplot with Warren's landlord, Meryl, a therapist's dream trying to get her lovelife in order AND trying to get Warren to pay 5 month's back rent) but most of it manages to easily fall flat. Too much of the characters' behavior relies completely on stereotypes - gay men being flamboyant and liking showtunes, Italian men talking like uneducated buffoons and working in pizza joints - and this results in absolutely no originality, therefore no laughs. For some reason, American films with gay characters manage to go overboard in their depictions, and this is no exception. Rent it just once to see what the landlord has to say in her minimal supporting role but then forget about it. There's not much else to see.