Another Gay Movie

Discussion in 'Movies' started by Dave Hackman, Sep 2, 2006.

  1. Dave Hackman

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    This is the most disgusting film ever created.

    Four high school teenage boys have gone astray from their true self and begin a commercial plunge into the man on man lust zone. These four guys are all best friends and have one thing in common with their male heterosexual classmates in that they are all booty virgins. Normally this would be something to celebrate but not so with these guys as they all dream of having some well-hung buck plunge his stiff torpedo deep within their virginal anal canals.

    The movie opens American Pie-ish with 17-year old Andy (Michael Carbonaro) lying in bed with a wide assortment of vegetables that his mother was planning to use to make a healthy nutritional quiche. His door is shut and the mood is set as Andy starts placing each item deep inside himself looking for that one that will satisfy his young dumb full of cum cravings. Untimely visits by his parents interrupt Andy’s self-exploration and lead to uncomfortable parent/son scenes reminiscent of American Pie.

    Andy’s buddies Jarod (Jonathan Chase), Griff (Mitch Morris) and Nico (Jonah Blechman) all make a pack to loose their booty virginity by the end of summer. Extreme effort and tenacity is witnessed as all take different approaches to achieve their similar goal. Coached from a far by an aggressive fat lesbian who services the school cheerleaders on a regular basis. This dude, I mean girl is one super player who has them bitches promising to love her long time.

    This film contains many male masturbation scenes, public bathroom rendezvous, three-way intercourse, strip dancing, frontal nudity and a Belgian dip.

    This is probably not the film to take your 80-year grandmother or your born again father to see. No kids either you insecure grown ups.

    For those wondering on how this compares to something like Brokeback Mountain all I can say is that in my eyes this could easily be the prequel to that film. Please be aware that my vision is not exactly 20-20.

    Seriously, I saw three movies the day I saw this and this was the third and the most fun. I am not that familiar with gay comedies and was taken back a bit with the rawness of some scenes but I adapted and found much to laugh at.

    AGM is a silly tasteless film that holds little back.

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  2. Seth=L

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    While this is an interesting topic there is a problem with your thread. There are some younger members on these forums and this is sort of a disgusting topic for a general audience.

    Another thing to consider is to offend someone who may in fact be homosexual. Though I may think that some homosexuals would even find this film distasteful and degrading to their image, maybe.
     
  3. Carl Johnson

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    It sounds like a XXX flick to me. While I don't have anything against porn I don't come to HTF to talk about young boys losing their anal virginity.......
     
  4. ThomasC

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    Here's the synopsis of the film from the website of the distributor, TLA Releasing:

    "A raunchy and raucous sex comedy/spoof about four high school graduates who are aiming to lose their virginity by the end of the Summer with the help of their chick-magnet, lesbian gal pal, Muffler. Inspired by films like American Pie, Porky's and even Scary Movie, Todd Stephens (Edge of Seventeen, Gypsy 83) has created a world where being gay is a non-issue and losing one's virginity has become top priority. Also featuring appearances by Matthew Rush, Richard Hatch, Andersen Gabrych, James Getzlaff, Robert Laughlin and Ant. The theme song "Another Gay Sunshine Day" is performed by the legendary Nancy Sinatra and the film includes music from Amanda Lepore, Barcelona, United States of Electronica, Morel and Jimmy Sommerville."
     
  5. EricSchulz

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    I get the feeling that Dave Hackman's post "intended" to be humorous, but I found it to be "disgusting"...not to mention tasteless and offensive.
     
  6. Josh.C

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    Sick!
     
  7. Holadem

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    Did you feel the same way about American Pie?

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  8. Robert Anthony

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    Apollo is in this? Long way from the Battlestar, chief.

    I've read a couple pretty good reviews of this movie, actually. It seriously is "American Pie" except the leads are all gay males.

    The thread is sort of funny in that if this were a lewdly described hetero teen comedy a-la Porky's or Meatballs or American Pie, I don't think there'd be much of a problem (although phrases like "full of cum" always seem to raise an eyebrow or two) But since it's man on man sex the thread is percieved as sorta gross and tasteless

    So far nothing in the movie sounds as nasty as a man fellating a donkey and then anally violating it--and that happens during one of the biggest emotional touchpoints in Clerks II.

    Also--I was unaware the HTF really HAD any "younger members" and I'd be surprised if there's a single person reading the boards who is aged 18 or younger.

    anyway, here's the metacritic page for the movie, which shows it getting generally bad reviews, although it looks like some of the bad reviews are interesting to read

    http://www.metacritic.com/film/title...%20Gay%20Movie
     
  9. David Williams

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    Dudes, serious non sequitur... You've offended this 'homosexual'.

    The movie sounds fun. I never thought I'd see the *gay* teenage sex comedy. It's a new frontier, my friends. [​IMG]
     
  10. Lynda-Marie

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    Maybe the producer's intent is for this to be a parody of "serious" gay movies, along the lines of a "Scary Movie", "The Naked Gun" or something like that?

    I'm still waiting for someone to come up with a parody of those annoying, cliche laden, emotional blackmail films most folks call "Chick Flicks". Talk about a genre that is BEGGING for a parody!
     
  11. Chris Parham

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    "Scary Movie" and The Naked Gun" were "serious" gay movies?
    Well this changes my perception of everyth.....

    DOH! never mind.....
     
  12. Colin Jacobson

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    Date Movie was a spoof of chick flicks. Too bad it was MUCH MUCH MUCH worse than its source material...
     
  13. Seth=L

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    I know there are some people on this forum under 18.
     
  14. Carl Johnson

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    Yes. The fact that I haven't seen American Pie is no accident..........
     
  15. Lew Crippen

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    Seth, I respectfully but strongly disagree with both your premise and your logic (but I imagine that there are younger forum members).

    While I try not to offend anyone, I do not tailor the topics of my posts, nor their content so that they will pass scrutiny for what is considered proper for either a general, or younger, audience.

    What disgusts people varies from person to person and from culture to culture. Awakening sexuality is a topic that has been treated for ill or good in many, many movies (and in all of art, for that matter). That this subject happens to be homosexual, anal sex, and is treated crudely may offend you, but there is much precedent. For example, few would think that My Beautiful Launderette is unfit for discussion in this forum—but one might consider that the movie is sensitive, well made and moving.

    I can only assume that well made, sensitive movies are OK for discussion (of course I recognize that you may disagree).

    If so, this would mean that poorly done movies that handle their subject matter crudely are not fit for discussion. This restriction would (as others have pointed out) eliminate discussion on a great many movies that are crude or just not tasteful. Soemthing else that I am sure you would not wish (once again I realize that you might want to restrict the discussion)

    Assuming that you are not homophobic, this leaves only that you wish to protect young members of the HTF from realizing that homosexuality exists and can be the subject of crude, over-the-top humor.

    Writing only for myself, I see no need for that protection. Others may well feel differently. I wish to place no restriction on their (or your) ability to disagree.
     
  16. george kaplan

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    I will only say that I had the misfortune of seeing American Pie and found it to be unfunny, disgusting and vulgar, and that in my opinion, a version with gay characters would certainly be just as bad. I will no more see this than I will American Pie 2.
     
  17. Holadem

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    But American Pie is a vastly successful mainstream comedy. This alone makes the film perfectly valid for discussion on HTF, and puts your opinion of it's gay copycat as a "XXX flick" in a fringe minority.

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  18. Lew Crippen

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    George I have had the good luck to have realized that movie was not my slice of pie—but I’d no more wish to complain about discussion of the film than I would Citizen Kane (and I am pretty sure I know your views well enough to believe that is your view too).

    The same with the movie under discussion—I won’t watch it, but I’m happy to have it discussed. Perhaps if Jonathan Rosenbaum and Andrew Sarris combined to make the case that this was one of the year’s great movies, I’d give it a go—after making sure the comments were not written on 1 April.
     
  19. JohnS

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    I think talking about this film is fine.
    We've talked about other film that have about the same degree of crudeness or vulgarity.
    A movie is a movie
     
  20. george kaplan

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    Lew,

    I certainly agree there's no reason not to discuss it. And I agree with you, that's there no reason to see it either. [​IMG]
     

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