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10 Attitudes (2001)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 23 November 2004 (USA)
A Jewish man discovers his boyfriend of 10 years has been cheating on him.

Director:

Michael O. Gallant (as Michael Gallant)

Writers:

Michael O. Gallant (story) (as Michael Gallant), Jason Stuart (story)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Stuart ... Josh Stevens
Jim J. Bullock ... Tex
Christopher Cowan Christopher Cowan ... Brandon
David Faustino ... Billy (10 Attitude #3)
Sean Kanan ... Craig
Alexandra Paul ... Leslie
Judy Tenuta ... Glenda
Fritz Greve Fritz Greve ... Jack Langford
Mitch Hara ... Tony
Sheila Kay Sheila Kay ... Cheryl
Lydia Nicole ... Claire
Michael Lee Harring Michael Lee Harring ... Jimmy (10 Attitude #1) (as Michael Lee Haring)
Scott Kennedy ... Bryce (10 Attitude #2)
David Scott Bayer David Scott Bayer ... Chad (10 Attitude #4)
Bryan Shyne Bryan Shyne ... Ryan (10 Attitude #5)
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A Jewish man discovers his boyfriend of 10 years has been cheating on him.

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Can a regular gay guy find love in L.A.?

Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Spanish

Release Date:

23 November 2004 (USA) See more »

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According to extras that follow the movie at Amazon in interview with the director/writer/producer, it states that many parts of the movie are improvised and not scripted. See more »

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References The Unholy Wife (1957) See more »

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Hopelessy
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Courtesy of Robert Bonet (as Rob Bonet)
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Self-serving and unbelievable to the core
18 December 2006 | by syzygy121See all my reviews

Jason Stuart has showcased many of the worst gay stereotypes (aka "attitudes") in this low-budget snoozer, including his own obnoxious attitude. Waaah, poor Jason. He's getting older. I don't find his character or any of the other players here believable for one second. I wouldn't go out with him, but they don't allow any "normal" guys to dump him, only losers and freaks. Do we really think he would have gotten more dates when he was 20-something? There is no writing to speak of, and the direction often consists of film-student shots. Some of the supporting players aren't bad -- even some eye candy. But in the end Jason is way too obnoxious to save the film. Don't waste your time. Poor, poor Jason.


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