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It's Harold's birthday, and his closest friends throw him a party at Michael's apartment. Among Harold's presents is "Cowboy", since Harold may have trouble finding a cute young man on his own now that he's getting older. As the party progresses the self-deprecating humor of the group takes a nasty turn as the men become drunker. Climaxed by a cruel telephone "game" where each man must call someone and tell him (or her?) of his love for them. Written by
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This movie is my all time favorite. It's somewhat dated in a cosmetic sort of way, but still entertains some thirty years later. The characters mirror people I've known throughout my lifetime. From self-hating Michael, flaming Emory, butch acting Hank to bitchy Harold, the characters are real. Some people think the movie is a downer, but when I'm feeling a little lonely or blue, I pop in this tape and I'm transported to a great party with friends I've known all my life. The characters are so familiar, I really feel like I'm there!
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