Bobby is a gay man in the closet in 2003, afraid to come out to his three older brothers, even though he's at least 30 and is being pressed by his sister, his boyfriend, and his lesbian beard to tell the lads. The death of his father and a fishing trip with his brothers provide occasions when he could tell them, but he fails. When he screws his courage to the sticking point, how will they react, and how will he deal with their reactions? He imagines a movie of his rather boring life - surrounded by possibilities - but can anything overcome the insular narrow-mindedness of a big Irish Catholic family in Chicago?
- Stars:Pete Jones, Nathan Fillion, Stoney Westmoreland, Dev Kennedy, Julie Pearl, Bob Riley, Michael McDonald, Dana Lynne Gilhooley, Jim Rose, J. David Ruby, Ashley Giancola, Marc Singletary, Steve Dahl, Tracy Amico, Dan Bernstein,
- Director:Pete Jones,
- Writer:Pete Jones
Bobby, the youngest boy in an Irish Catholic family, is gay and his coming out to his brothers and the family's way of dealing with the news is the basis of this film. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Outing Riley torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Bryan Cranston is great as always.
(gb) wrote: A retreading of the first movie with vastly diminishing returns.
(es) wrote: boring, despite s great cast
(kr) wrote: A not entirely shabby squidmovie. Don't regret watching it, but i could have lived happily without.. I really hate that dawson's guy though. hate hate.
(de) wrote: Best Experience In A Long, LONG Time. Loved Death Proof, liked Planet Terror but the fake trailers were heaven.
(fr) wrote: It's one of those movies that's trying to tell you something, but you're not really sure what, because it's too artsy. Not Charlie Kaufman's best work, maybe his worst, but if you're a fan of his work, it's still pretty good.
(mx) wrote: Piece of creepy a** crap weird
(au) wrote: samantha morton phew. sexpot. sigh.
(br) wrote: 87%Watched this on 4/3/15Al Pacino's last gangster film is also his best, at least here he doesn't get to play the Godfather boss stereotypes. Pacino (strangely) plays a middle man and the performances for both Depp and Pacino add fire to this work. Donnie Brasco is a surprisingly emotional and sensible film with good chemistry between the leading men.
(ca) wrote: Horribly cheesy. The makeup was awful. It had a touching sentimentality to it, which eventually morphed into sappy melodrama. I didn't learn too much about Chaplin despite the two and a half hour run time, and even then it was hard to know how much of the material was accurate. Downey Jr. did a good job, but didn't necessarily blow me away.
(it) wrote: Am I the only one who found the movie reasonable? The effects were OK, the plot is a mutations of Stephen King's Cell and the acting is pretty regular. Aside from the terrible ending it's a fair action/horror (it won't scare you a bit). The criticism towards Social Networks is a bit over the top, somehow sensationalist but nothing beyond that. If you ask me, it's good to waste some time.
(ca) wrote: This movie is so bad that it's actually good.
(es) wrote: This masterpiece made just before the halfway point of the century has managed to work its way into the mind of every filmmaker who made a movie after 1949.
(us) wrote: Good story about a couple who swindle & kill the women after, to prove to his lover that he doesn't love those women.