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A couple of guys, one of whom is incredibly obnoxious, are having problems "hooking up" with women ... surprise, surprise ... but then one notices that "chicks" seem to be drawn to gay men. Guess what devilish scheme that one then hatches ... the title probably is a good hint.
The supposedly actual gay men that are the inspiration for the scheme are offensively portrayed as limp-wristed, squealing queens. When the two straight guys decide to pretend to be gay, they carry the offensive stereotypes to a new level.
While it might be understandable why the obnoxious guy would be desperate to try anything, the other man doesn't have any problems meeting women, so I'm not sure why he would resort to doing this ... but I must admit I was doing a bit of fast-forwarding hoping to find something remotely amusing, so I may have missed the logic behind that. About 30 minutes into the film I gave up and hit the stop button.
What I guess was meant to be funny at the beginning of the movie, aside from the screaming gay characters, involved the obnoxious guy repeatedly getting drunk & getting shot down by numerous women, several people vomiting, one attempt at a three-some that finished with the two main characters hiding under a bed while the woman's husband had sex with her ... and as far as I could tell things weren't likely to get much more "hilarious" than that.
Juvenile, crude, offensive, trite and I find it hard to imagine anyone could seriously consider any of it funny.
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