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Is It Just Me? (2010)

A socially shunned columnist finds his romantic match online, but messaging under the wrong account causes his sleazy roommate's picture to be forwarded, creating an identity mix-up.

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Blaine
David Loren ...
Xander
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Cameron
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Michelle
Michael Donahue ...
Antonio
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Bob
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Ernie
Christopher King ...
Frontier Model
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Barista
Christopher Tisa ...
Coffee Patron (as Chris Tisa)
Brian Schulze ...
Cameron's Friend
Bryce Blais ...
Drew
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Pool Shark
Brody Kramer ...
Man in bed
Michael Hennessy ...
Bartender #1
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Frustrated by his ongoing failure to meet Mr. Right, Blaine stumbles upon what might be his perfect match in an online chat room - Xander, a sweet, hunky Texan who's recently moved to LA. Smitten, Blaine finds he's been chatting to Xander under his go-go dancer roommate's profile, setting in motion a convoluted comedy of errors with romance as the ultimate objective. Written by Palm Springs International Film Festival

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If you think it's everyone else... it's probably you!

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Goofs

Twenty-four minutes into the film, when Xander says "He's cute," his chin is up, but in the next shot his chin is down. See more »

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Xander: He wouldn't hurt a fly - unless it was open.
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Finally Found Love
Written by Christopher Farrell and Chadwick
Performed by Chadwick
Courtesy of Silver Strand Music and Shake Hollow Music
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Rarely a good gay movie since the 90s
8 January 2012 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Yes 'is it just me' is a well intentioned little film. But when did watching a gay movie become like watching a Christian film, or even worse a Tyler Perry movie! So many gay films of the last 10+ years have been so limp and predictable and this one is no exception. You know exactly what is going to happen and it features the usual gallery of gay indie clichés, the fag-hag, the slutty friend and the dryly funny/ miserable old queen. Thankfully the performances are good and characters likable. Believe me I get it, there's little money in gay cinema and we need our rom-coms too but we need more genre benders like Hellbent and Another Gay Movie, I can't keep watching the same story just to support gay indie films. Shelter did it best, that felt like a 90s movie, the glory days of gay cinema. Is it just me? I don't think so.


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