2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 17, 2012
Guess I'm the only homo who finds this piece of fluff rather trite and uninteresting. The bland script, the predictable plotline, the overly cute cuties, it's all here: Imagine "Sex and the City" meets "Another Gay Movie." Ya, it's all been done before. For a more realistic and funny take on gay romance please check out "Big Eden."
on February 12, 2014
Blaine, LA columnist, meets Xander on line, then is afraid he won't measure up when they meet, so he passes off his hunky, go-go boy apt. mate as himself. Complications arise as Blaine and Xander move closer together. Will they ever get it straightened out? Guess! This is a happy, nothing-bad-happens light comedy. Xander (David Loren) is the one you end up watching: innocent, trusting, ah-shucks Texas cowboy, unbearably cute. Boy meets boy; boy loses boy; boy gets boy back. All are happy--the 2 boys and everybody else. Google <David Loren> if you want to see more. Don't expect the profound, and you won't be disappointed.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on December 31, 2010
I thought this movie was very well written, quite funny, and definitely worth watching. It was well acted, the actors were confident and believable and it was a movie worth supporting. I definitely give it a 4 out of 5 for originality, content and substance.