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Someone was asking about gay movies, so as someone who watches ton of movies I thought I’d point you in the direction of a few:
Eye candy, good story, good acting and a positive depiction of gay people that does NOT come at the expense of anybody’s religion per se.
"Another Gay Movie"
Drop it into the DVD player, shut down your brain and enjoy the ride. A few scenes with Scott Thompson are worth the price of the rental.
(I don’t recommend the sequel)
"The Most Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green”
Yet another check-your-brain-at-the-door comedy, but I’d recommend this one. TVish, sure, or at least it would be if TV had any gay-centric programming anymore, I always thought it should have been turned into a series.
"Eating Out" (I-III)
Best known for their positive depictions of gay men, strong casts and lots of eye candy, these three films are well worth watching.
There were actually four “Eating Out” films but I can only recommend the first three, which is quite a shame. The fourth really lost it in production values and the script, though if you fall in love with the cast of Eating Out 3 (“All You Can Eat”), something that’s easy to do, you may want to watch #4 anyway.
And I’m always looking for recommendations from others, so if you know of any good shows (or movies) I might be missing then PLEASE hit me up…
So I did it. After all the whining, after all my testimony to the contrary, I went ahead and did it.
I invited a stranger to join our cast.
Well, someone had to. Ashley has been trying to recruit, she made a real effort, but all the true acting wannabes run off to L.A. or New York, leaving the rest of the nation with some mighty slim pickings.
So he’s a ruggedly handsome young man — kind of reminds me of Cory (a little more butch looking though), but without being stuck up. Whether he has any of Cory’s brilliance or talent is yet to be seen, but what good is talent if you won’t use it anyway?
The best actor is the one who shows up.
Oh, don’t let me mislead you. He didn’t say that he’d do the show. At least not yet. But he didn’t get hostile and he didn’t threaten to call the cops.
That’s always a good sign.
And he said that he’d think about it.
"No you won’t," I told him. "Nobody ever does."
"Yes I will," he assured me.
So we’ll see. Maybe we have our new “Face of youth” or maybe we don’t.
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