Corey had it all - a successful career, a sister who's his best friend and most of all, a bright future with his boyfriend. But, when the boyfriend dumps him for a woman, Corey sets off on a wild journey of self-discovery that leads him to new love and a life-changing choices.
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The Falls is a feature film about two missionaries that fall in love while on their mission. RJ travels to a small town in Oregon with Elder Merrill to serve their mission and teach the ... See full summary »
Brian J. Saville Allard
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Christmas is approaching, and Paul's adopted sister Alana is coming home for the holidays. This won't be just a regular family celebration, as she's recently engaged and the weekend will be spent planning her June wedding with her best friends Roy and Vicki. Problem is that Roy is Paul's ex-boyfriend, and the two young men haven't seen each other since their very messy breakup. Nervous about seeing his ex again, Roy talks his good friend Gavin into joining him for the weekend and pretending to be his new boyfriend. When Paul and Gavin meet, sparks of attraction fly, but Gavin thinks Roy's still hung up on Paul. This charming romantic comedy is a funny look at family bonds, misunderstandings and the "perfect wedding."Written by
When Gavin is hiding in Paul's room and Roy is leaving he clearly is seen and we hear him closing the door to the bedroom. When Gavin goes to leave the door is ajar See more »
Well, you know, even though I've got this disease, and even though we're both afraid, y-you know what we have right now?
We have right now. Not Christmas Past, not Christmas Future - Christmas Present. And right now I think Christmas Present seems pretty good.
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While it's not well written, and the acting is mediocre, the worst part is the fact that someone would actually cast that actor that played Gavin as a love interest for an attractive guy like Paul. I mean who did he have to screw to get that part. I almost threw up when the cute guy, Paul, kissed that mouth on Gavin. Just wrong! The kid has more gum and teeth than a horse, he's got a horrid farmers tan, and His acting was almost as unattractive as he is. Please save yourself the time and watch Geography Club instead. It could have been a decent movie if they recasted a few people and got someone with talent to write the script. Cute concept, bad execution.
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