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Never Again (2001)

Two people who have pledged never to fall in love again then discover each other in a gay bar.

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Christopher
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Grace
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Elaine
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Earl
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Natasha
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Alex The Transvestite
Dan'l Linehan ...
Leather Go-Go Boy
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Mr. Speedy
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Male College Go-Go Boy
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Chad
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Night Nurse
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Waiter
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Allison
India Cooper ...
Nurse
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Harry Appleton
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Never Again is a romantic comedy about falling in love despite your better judgment. An exterminator and jazz pianist in the noble model of Gary Cooper and other '40's screen legends, Christopher is having a sexual identity crisis. He hasn't been able to perform with the young women he's been dating, and is looking for sexual inspiration. Grace, an administrator for Mentors of New York, sends her final child off to college and then realizes that she hasn't tended to her own needs in a very long time. When Christopher meets Grace at a gay bar, her best friends admonish her that it's not a good idea to start a heterosexual relationship with a man you meet in a gay bar. Through human insecurities and foibles, and the refreshing reminder that the Boomer generation is still very much sexually viable, Christopher and Grace defy the odds of it never happening again. In a real, meaningful and adult fashion, they fall in love. Written by Shaigirl <shaigirl79@hotmail.com>

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Some people will try anything... even falling in love. See more »

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Rated R for strong sexual content including graphic dialogue, and for language | See all certifications »
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11 March 2001 (USA)  »

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Coisas do Amor  »

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$500,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$33,088 (USA) (12 July 2002)

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$295,468 (USA) (9 August 2002)
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Caitlin Clarke's final film. See more »

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Grace: You're the one who told me to have sex!
Elaine: Sex like a normal person! Not like a porn star!
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References Dressed to Kill (1980) See more »

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There is a sex (and love) life after 50!!
12 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am totally enthralled with this film. Not only is the script, acting (for the most part), and the directing superb-- it has a plot that is not seen in ever other love film known to man! I would have given the movie a 10 out of 10, but I have an issue with a handful of aspects about it. I didn't like a lot of the soundtrack; the songs just did not seem to fit the mood of the film in the beginning. Also, there is a cheese factor towards the end. However, if that is all that can be wrong with a film, then it is near perfection in my book. This film deals with real life issues, underneath the humor, and is so well written from both the male and female aspects of things that I kept wondering if two people had written it. (Imagine my surprise when a man had done it. He's got us down pat, ladies!) Plus, it isn't afraid to show a sexual side to humanity beyond 35-- a triumph for this day and age. Currently, this movie is my favorite of all time, and in my opinion, is a masterpiece that everyone should take the time to watch.


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