College freshman Joe is new to school when he mistakes a rush invitation for a come-on from a cute fraternity brother. He's no less confused after a hazing ritual between him and Christian, his "big brother" in the Greek system, takes and intense and intimate turn. After Joe sets Christian "straight" about his sexual interests, Christian confesses that he himself is straight-but with "issues".
- Stars:Michael Rozman, Dennis W. Rittenhouse Jr., Jeff Sublett, Jason Boegh, Yolanda Johnston, Jeremy Smith, Gary Castro Churchwell, Trevor Murphy, Kelly Clarkson, Larissa Kern, Chris Benson, Brian Swinehart, Dan Callaway, Michael Haboush, Brad Murphy,
- Director:John Lincoln,
- Writer:John Lincoln
A gay transfer student pledges to a predominantly straight fraternity where his "straight-with-issues" big brother has a steady girlfriend but privately relishes man-to-man sex. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(jp) wrote: This movie was truly horrific. Nothing appealing about ANY of the charachters, which makes it a sure formula for disaster. OMG I used to love Keanu Reeves....what was he thinking?
(es) wrote: Being breastfed with the original Bachelor Party classic, I was reluctant to watch this one. My findings are mixed: it's not as good as a whole (no surprise), especially because it was over the top, but the enthousiasm of the actors works! It's fun to watch, nothing special, but nothing less.
(ag) wrote: This one was actually better than I expected...
(kr) wrote: Week36Amelie(2001)Amelie is a break through french movie, talking about a waitress with screw up life is trying to find her love. The movie has innovative way of filming. Screens combines motions and steal. Audio is also outstanding. Audio can totally percent this girl's imaginary world. Finally, Amelie use her kindness to win her love of the life, help her father to get out of the house, help old painter and cafe shop owner to move on to their future life.
(it) wrote: awesome movie, the song i cross my heart is going to be my wedding song
(fr) wrote: Peter Wier's Dead Poet Society tackles teenage angst, suicide, growing up and other mature themes while enthralling us with beautiful writing and characters
(br) wrote: What a quirky comedy. Cooper would play the nice guy who is always misunderstood. In this he plays a small town fella who finds out that he is the recipient of a windfall, goes to NYC, and becomes the laugh of the town.
(nl) wrote: I love it. :pI don't think there's anything else to say.Well, the cast is great. The songs are happy. The story is very good. The characters are very good.It's just a very good, happy movie all-round.
(mx) wrote: Funny parts, extremely predictable "you don't know what you got till it's gone" story.
(kr) wrote: Very enjoyable albeit the same old same old typical American style high octane thriller.
(gb) wrote: Well, it's a step up from my last one, but it really doesn't reach the level of scream or Black Christmas or anything like that. Acting: They have some decent actors in here. I am always a fan of Michael Biehn after Terminator and Aliens. The late-who-knows-if-she-could-have-been-really-great Brittany Murphy is in here too. The acting is not too horrible. At the very least, it goes beyond the typical "I'm gonna scream and wait for the rapidly approaching killer to get me" stuff. It's always nice to have a break from that. The teenagers in this one have a little personality to them and some of them you actually grow to like. That is rare for a film like this. it wasn't too horrible. It wasn't fantastic either but it was alright. 6.5/10 Plot: Now, this is one of the most original plots I have seen out of a slasher film. I know, there is still the underlying "killer kills everyone he/she/it gets his/her/its hands on" thing but the film doesn't rely solely on that like films such as Halloween 2. Granted, it was a plot that, in its very basic form, was going to be done sooner or later but it is still an original one. Glad another original plot exists to be honest. It wasn't perfect but it was decent. 7/10 Screenplay: Not too good. As with most films it is the weakest aspect of the film. But I suppose that it was alright. There were some good lines there were some bad ones. nothing that's going to make you cringe or that you're going to include on a list of top 100 movie quotes but eeh. whatever. 6/10 Likableness: I kinda liked it. It was an entertaining way to spend 1 1/2 hours or so. It wasn't a perfect film but it is better than the average piece of slasher film trash. 7.5/10 Final Score: 27/40 67% (D) TRIVIA TIME: 1. Stephen Lang was originally offered the role of Sheriff Marken, but scheduling conflicts prevented him from being in the film. He later admitted that the only reason he wanted to do the part was to work with Brittany Murphy again. Ted Levine was also considered for the role of the Sheriff as well. The role eventually went to Michael Biehn. Ironically, Biehn was an early favorite for a military role in James Cameron's Avatar, but Lang ended up getting the part 2. The film was troubled by censor disapproval. It had to be submitted to the MPAA a total of five times before censors finally approved a cut.
(ru) wrote: This is an OK movie I love most of Arnold's movies so ya