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Homewrecker (2009)

A hilarious comedy spoof of the Lifetime Channel for Women movies with a gay twist! What happens when you invite a young scheming "homewrecker" into your happy home? Three happily married ... See full summary »

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A hilarious comedy spoof of the Lifetime Channel for Women movies with a gay twist! What happens when you invite a young scheming "homewrecker" into your happy home? Three happily married gay couples living in Los Angeles are about to find out! An unsuspecting couple (Derrick Hardy and Collin Lawrence) open their home to a secretly aspiring actor. They are hard at work on their new top secret TV series when unbeknownst them their house guest is really a "homewrecker". Worming his way into their complete trust and taking advantage of their neighbors welcoming attitude everyone is about to get taken for a ride. From sexy seductions to psychological manipulations everyone falls prey to this house-guest with an agenda for trouble" Warning this film contains nudity and adult language and situations. Written by Bruce Hart

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Dylan Vox confusingly played a character named Colin (with one L) in his TV series "The Lair" and in "Homewrecker" Bruce L. Hart plays a character named Collin. Because of this the producers almost changed the character name of Collin in "Homewrecker" to Jason. See more »

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Shot down by bad casting
16 June 2010 | by (Redondo Beach, CA) – See all my reviews

The premise of this movie is that a would-be actor insinuates himself into the life of a gay couple who have been signed to write and produce a cable reality show. There was plenty of room for this to go somewhere, but it just doesn't work, due at least in part to the fact that the wannabe actor, supposedly a former nerd who's become a hunk, isn't nearly as attractive as he (or the casting director) apparently thinks he is. He just comes across as a really annoying person, full of himself and tolerated for no apparent reason, who hangs around the nice couple's house and concocts lame schemes to break into their show. Alas, he's no Lucille Ball, nor is the film a "Man Who Came To Dinner." The story limps and stumbles along until, evidently sensing the end is near, it makes a desperate attempt to become a sort of '40s 'noir' (as directed by Douglas Sirk?), but it just doesn't make it. The supporting players are actually very good, but the 'star' is so unappealing that the film's good intentions never quite manage to inflate into anything worth watching.


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