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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.

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... Tony
... Steve
... Joe
... John
... Mary
... Sarah
... Brian (as Rick Sudi Karatas)
... Michael
... Laura
... Danny (as Darren Keefe)
... Carlos
... Trish
Tina Lynch ... Kathy
... Stefanie
... 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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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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Nathaniel Marston's final film. See more »

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[repeated line]
SarahMichael: Who is this stranger in my apartment?
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By Mark Baldonado
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Loved It!
9 April 2012 | by See all my reviews

I caught the trailer on demand and meant to rent it, but just never got around to it...

Then, just recently, I saw Tom Arnold in another independent film. He was so funny, and it made me remember the trailer for this film, so I searched, found it and bought it.

I loved it! This movie has so much charm intertwined in the comedy. It also has a really strong message about Gay rights and Gay marriage that I think anyone will appreciate. It's doesn't beat you over the head.

Usually these lower budget comedies are too "silly" and have a lot of slow moments with bad acting. But I thought this moved really well, and the acting by the two main actors was excellent. Tom Arnold was no slouch either :)


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