Meet Myles and Brody, best friends and total opposites. Myles is a hopeless romantic looking for Mr. Right. Brody is a sexy player on the hunt for Mr. Right Now. These two friends make a ...
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Tim and John fell in love while teenagers at their all-boys high school. John was captain of the football team, Tim an aspiring actor playing a minor part in Romeo and Juliet. Their romance... See full summary »
Meet Myles and Brody, best friends and total opposites. Myles is a hopeless romantic looking for Mr. Right. Brody is a sexy player on the hunt for Mr. Right Now. These two friends make a plan that they'll be together if both of them are still single in a decade. Nearly ten years later and still alone, both friends will do whatever it takes to avoid becoming a couple.Written by
In the section of "Always Have You and Me" wherein Myles and Brody toast one another from afar, the two men unwittingly bestow wishes upon one another that forecast the story's logical conclusion: Brody hopes for someone to love Myles, while Myles hopes that Brody will find someone to love. See more »
When Brody and his police partner Richard are in Myles apartment looking for him, Brody turns around and walks away and you can clearly see the clip in his gun is missing. See more »
You're just an Easy-Bake Oven away from being a twelve-year-old girl.
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I Can't Help But Wonder (Solo Jazz Piano)
Performed by Steve Rice
Written by Steve Rice and Ken Morrison
Published by Sunset Hill Music (ASCAP) and Morrie Morrison Music (BMI) See more »
Sex versus romance: the former seen as liberating, the latter seen as a trap
Two gay best friends--one a relationship-minded, domestic type who scares young men away with meals and candlelight, the other a promiscuous guy who screws 'em and leaves 'em--plan to be a couple if neither has found true love by the time they're 35...but since the sexually-available friend isn't interested in romance, there doesn't seem to be a basis for their pact, nor for this movie. Writer-director J.C. Calciano treads where every other filmmaker working in gay cinema has already gone. The actors have obviously been cast by how they look without their shirts on, because God forbid a gay man shouldn't be buff and tanned. Age 35 is seen as a cutoff point for gay sexuality--it's all downhill from there--but panic doesn't seem to be settling in, only a type of precious, eye-rolling self-consciousness that scuttles any hope of eroticism, comedic or otherwise. NO STARS from ****
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