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Walk a Mile in My Pradas (2011)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 15 November 2011 (USA)
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A magic Christmas ornament turns two men's lives upside down when homophobic Tony starts preferring men two weeks before his wedding and his gay co-worker Steve finds himself blossoming into a ladies' man.

Director:

Joey Sylvester

Writers:

Rick Karatas (as Rick Sudi Karatas), Tom Archdeacon
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Nathaniel Marston ... Tony
Tom Archdeacon ... Steve
Tom Arnold ... Joe
Mike Starr ... John
Dee Wallace ... Mary
Kirsten Lea ... Sarah
Rick Karatas Rick Karatas ... Brian (as Rick Sudi Karatas)
Emrhys Cooper ... Michael
Lindsay Hollister ... Laura
Darren Keefe Reiher ... Danny (as Darren Keefe)
Sammy Sheik ... Carlos
Jackie Debatin ... Trish
Tina Lynch Tina Lynch ... Kathy
Chandler Lutz ... Stefanie
Vincent De Paul ... Keith
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A magic Christmas ornament turns two men's lives upside down when homophobic Tony starts preferring men two weeks before his wedding and his gay co-worker Steve finds himself blossoming into a ladies' man.

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Comedy

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USA

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English | Spanish

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15 November 2011 (USA) See more »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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Nathaniel Marston's final film. See more »

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Sister Betty: Gay is evil, Tony. Gay is evil.
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References Rambo (2008) See more »

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On The Surface
By Mark Baldonado
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Relentlessly offensive comedy for sitcom-bred straight people and self-loathing gays
2 July 2012 | by jm10701See all my reviews

Once again we have a movie for straight people classified as "gay" because it has a gay character in it. This one even has a gay/straight theme, but if it was made by or for gay people they must be self-loathing gay people.

Who thinks it's funny to see a straight man turn gay? straight women. Who thinks it's funny to see a gay man turn straight? straight men. I guess there are also people who think magical role-reversal movies like Freaky Friday are hilarious and don't care what roles are being exchanged; and people who guffaw at extremely obvious lowbrow sitcom humor no matter what the subject is. As a gay man who outgrew adolescent squirming a long time ago, I find this kind of garbage annoying.

(I don't see how even straight people can find this relentlessly offensive and mean-spirited "humor" entertaining. The vicious treatment of a straight fat girl is especially appalling; she's completely irrelevant to the story and is stuck in only so her desperation can be savagely ridiculed.)

Being gay is wonderful. I love it. If changing sexual orientation were possible (and it's not), I wouldn't turn straight if you gave me a billion dollars, and I really mean it. Any gay man who thinks being gay is something that should make a straight man squirm and pee in his pants - who thinks switching sexual orientation is funny - either is an idiot or secretly (or not so secretly) wishes he weren't gay.

This movie is pretty well done for its inherently offensive kind, but if a single cent of gay money went into making it, the ones who invested that money should rethink their priorities.


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