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Gaydar (2002)

Not Rated | | Short, Comedy, Mystery | 12 October 2002 (USA)
Randy has a huge crush on hunky co-worker Jack, but Ray can't figure out if Jack is gay - until Jack discovers a GAYDAR gun that could change everything.

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Sonje Fortag ...
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Robert Leon Casey ...
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Heidi Godt ...
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Elizibeth Ullery ...
Yard Sale Shopper (as Elizabeth Ullery)
Michael Eric Jobe ...
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Eddie Standish ...
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Paul Beckett ...
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Steve Rosenbaum ...
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Mary Kay
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Randy is an office cubicle worker who has a crush on hunky co-worker Jack. The question about Jack is, is he or isn't he? Written by trivwhiz

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GAYDAR ...it knows who you are.

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Short | Comedy | Mystery

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The fan response to this film has been so great that the producers had a plastic version of their "Gaydar Gun" designed and manufactured for sale as a novelty toy, and offer it for sale on the Internet at www.gaydargun.com, along with DVDs of their movie. See more »

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No animals were harmed in the making of this film, however one was mildly irritated. See more »

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References Goldfinger (1964) See more »

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Gaydar Theme Song
Words and Music by Terry Ray
Arranged by John Boswell
Produced by David Boswell
Recorded at Sweetwater Sound Studio
Performed by Gwen Stewart
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Dreadful
20 May 2004 | by See all my reviews

A man wonders if his hunky co-worker is gay. At a yard sale he finds a ray gun called "Gaydar". You point it at a person, pull the trigger and it tells you how gay they are. He tries it out, it works and he sets out to find out if his coworker is gay like him...

Promising idea ruined by an unfunny script (after a promising beginning) and terrible acting. The entire cast overacts and basically SCREAM their lines at each other constantly. It gets annoying and really embarassing after a while. The saving grace is that's it is short, there's a scene stealing cat (love her fall out of the kitty bed) and Charles Nelson Reilly is hysterical in his brief bit. But none of this saves the movie. I can't recommend this at all.


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