A self-involved but seductive beauty engineers his two lovers to fight over him. And we mean, really fight.


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A self-involved but seductive beauty engineers his two lovers to fight over him. And we mean, really fight.

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Dull and just simply awful
9 February 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ryker (Gavyn Michaels) is in love with two men--Brian (Hunter Lee Hughes who also wrote this) and Ernesto (Adrian Quinonez). He can't choose either one so he sets it up so they'll box each other and the winner takes all--which is him.

OK the guys are hot and in good shape--Michaels is introduced shirtless and Quinonez is ridiculously pumped up--but that's about the only good thing here. The main problem is the script. I had trouble understanding what Ryker was talking about and the dialogue didn't make much sense. Even worse is the character Ryker. He comes across as such an obnoxious jerk you're wondering why either guy wants him. I don't blame the actor--I blame the writing. Even as a short this is too long.

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