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Unless you are hosting a "B" movie night, skip this one
This is not the worst movie I have ever seen, although it is pretty bad. I could at least watch it, and Corey is adorable.
The dialog is stiff and forced. It often seems like the actors are performing impromptu. There are numerous technical errors. Lighting being the most notable. The sex scenes are seemed strange to me because in each of them the young men roll over onto their bellies to have there underwear removed. I don't know if I missed something, but it was strange because it happened every time - no variety.
If you're into really bad movies, try Travelling to Olympia. Now that's bad!
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