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Boy Toy (2011)

R | | Comedy | Video 1 November 2011
An unsuccessful underwear model gears up for the role of his life.

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Jake
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Norah
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Ronnie
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Mouse
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Barbra Skypes
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Clive
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Robert (as Kevin Farley)
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Jeanie
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Jorge
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Von Douche
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Stu the Landlord
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Helen (as E.G. Daily)
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Ralph the Photographer
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Cindi
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Jake: an unsuccessful - yet well endowed - underwear model in L.A, who finds a lucrative new line of work as a platonic escort for women of a certain age. But, just as he finds himself a deep-pocketed "sugar mama" in Barbra, he meets Norah: a stunning and laid back Yoga instructor. As Jake's success blooms, so does his love life; leading him to a crossroad that will change everything. Written by Christie Will & Jarrett Golding

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He's within inches of his dream job!

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Rated R for sexual content and language | See all certifications »

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1 November 2011 (USA)  »

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Мальчик-игрушка  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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463rd Review: Charming but uneven - not bad though
30 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

This reminded me a lot of the 2007 Loveless in LA, and even the vastly underrated Dirty Love - all three are comedies about singledom and Los Angeles that are all uneven and even bad in places, yet their overall effect is charming, funny, and positive.

Boy Toy is a pretty conventional romantic comedy with some obligatory plot twists, that doesn't look like it cost $3.5 mil to make. It wins because of a good script and the excellent chemistry of the cast. There are two of Chris Farley's brothers and a mix bag of recognizable regulars from latter American Pies etc; It's shot in a pretty mixed format of shots, but is well thought through.

All in all, I was expecting some R-rated romp and this is much better than that - the three central friends are fun and funny, and even though some of the support are acting light in places all in all if you just want a light comedy with a bunch of girlfriends you could do much much worse....


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