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Longhorns (2011)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 25 June 2011 (USA)
Back in 1982, a Texas University student who was curious about the male sex fantasies he had been having, decides he needs to hook up with an out gay student on campus.

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Beers, steers...and a couple of queers. The Eighties come roaring back in this risqué and sexy comedy involving a group of Texas frat-boys, a remote cabin in the Hill Country and lots of beers, that will give "ride 'em cowboy" a whole new meaning! Written by Anoymous

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Biere, Stiere udn ein paar Queere ... (tagline from German poster) See more »

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Sexy Buffalo Boys  »

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In a film about frat boys at University of Texas Austin, they often played college marching band music in the background. However, several of the pieces played had nothing to do with University of Texas, but instead were several songs from Louisiana State University, including the LSU fight song. See more »

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Kevin: Ain't you done yet?
Justin: When you're bigger'n Dallas it takes longer.
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"Longhorns Original Motion Picture Soundtrack available on iTunes, Amazon.com, Rhapsody and Napster." See more »

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Features The Rifleman (1958) See more »

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Get Danny Drunk
Written and Performed by H.P. Mendoza (as Analog Crafts Night)
Courtesy of Van Gogh's Ear Records ©1982
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Amateur Night
15 February 2012 | by (Thailand) – See all my reviews

A cast of unexciting, not especially good-looking actors, most of whom would not make the cut in an audition for a high school play, certainly complement the mediocre, sophomoric story.

All the indoor scenes appear to have been shot in various rooms of a $5 a night motel and one suspects their rental expense probably consumed most of the production budget.

The standard over-worked components of a gay-themed movie, homophobia, state of denial and self-revelation, are played out awkwardly, are totally unbelievable and generate no emotion other than acute embarrassment for all concerned, especially the viewer.

This might have been cutting-edge 40 years ago, but these days there is no shortage of well written, superbly acted and beautifully produced movies dealing with all aspects of gay life. This oeuvre is to 21st century gay-themed movies what Amos & Andy would be to modern Black cinematic entertainment.

Even worse, it appears to have been mistakenly labeled a comedy. The comedic highlights include: (a)One of the characters has given names to his three house plants and (b) The same character unintentionally wears blue jeans on Wear Blue Jeans if You're Gay Day. I hope revealing that didn't spoil the hilarity for anyone.

Don't bother.


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