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Seeking: Jack Tripper (2015)

| Short, Comedy, Romance
Tucker and Lance attempt to break a rut in their marriage by trying to seduce a stranger at their local bar only to learn just how rusty domestication has rendered their pick-up skills.

Director:

Quinlan Orear

Writer:

Quinlan Orear
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Brian McManamon ... Tucker
Clayton Dean Smith ... Lance
Jared Q. Miller ... Goldie
Frank Vignola ... Pete
Hugh Cha ... Jesse
Ruby Roo Ruby Roo ... Tootsie
Todd Michael Cook Todd Michael Cook ... GoGo Boy
Mitchell Snyder Mitchell Snyder ... Hippie
Shannon Hamm ... Loud Girl #1
Sharon Shu Sharon Shu ... Loud Girl #2
Jimmy Burgio Jimmy Burgio ... Otter
Jacob Parkinson Jacob Parkinson ... Beanpole
Bj Gruber ... Stud
Elizabeth James Elizabeth James ... Herself
Scarlet Envy Scarlet Envy ... Herself
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When Tucker and Lance try to overcome a rut in their marriage by having a threesome, they quickly realize that domesticity has rusted their pick up game and that landing the man of their mutual desires will test their ability to work together.

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Short | Comedy | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Budget:

$20,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

Quintessential Pictures See more »
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Color
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Tries to be funny, cute and clever
7 April 2017 | by preppy-3See all my reviews

A gay couple -- Tucker (Brian McManamon) and Lance (Clayton Dean Smith) - try to spice up their relationship by going to gay bars and hitting on random men and bringing them home. One night it all blows up in their faces and they realize they have to work on themselves.

The film tries to be funny, cute and clever. Unfortunately it fails. The script is scattershot. It's all over the place with little rhyme or reason. I was never quite sure what was going on or why. The comedy doesn't work here at all. The lines are OK but the actors seem unsure how to deliver them. Also McManamon and Smith just aren't that interesting as a couple. Their acting is OK but that's it. A confused short film.


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