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Generic Thriller (2009)

The writer can do anything he wants, right? Or maybe not...as Steven, a handsome young theater history professor discovers when he sets out to write a stage thriller - a plain, old generic ... See full summary »

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Chloe Bronzan ...
Sara
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Steven
Lance Gardner ...
Audience Guy
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TV Reporter
Daniel Hawkey ...
Stage Hand
David Hawkey ...
Stage Hand
James Hiser ...
Larry
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Thalia
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Peter
Laura Long ...
Mrs. Farmer
Craig Marker ...
Vertigo
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French Maid
Ikenna Okoye ...
Tribesman
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Mary Beth
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The writer can do anything he wants, right? Or maybe not...as Steven, a handsome young theater history professor discovers when he sets out to write a stage thriller - a plain, old generic thriller - only to discover that his characters prefer a character study - and want it to be a movie, not a play. At least Steven can create the man of his dreams, right? But that character - Vertigo - named after Steven's sixth grade teacher Mr. Vertigo (Steven always dates men named Vertigo) - isn't really cooperating. Will Steven ever finish his play? Will Vertigo behave (or rather, misbehave) as Steven wishes? And what about the friends on whom Steven is basing his other characters - will they still be his friends when it's all over? Written by Anonymous

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A Gay Comedy about a Writer and His Crazy Characters

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Comedy | Drama

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4 March 2009 (USA)  »

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10 May 2017 | by (Las Vegas, NV) – See all my reviews

I love gay cinema. I can be forgiving for low budget. I can be forgiving for mediocre acting. This parody of a movie about a play of a thriller is the worst movie of the gay cinema genre I have ever watched...and I've seen hundreds. I know it's supposed to be a comedy but they treat everything like it's a joke that their even trying to make a movie. It's hard to describe and I would normally say just watch it to understand but I cannot recommend it for ANY reason. Even the "hot" guys are like warm. The 1 redeeming quality that makes this movie 2 stars is that it's original. Not for me, but it's different.


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