Bil’s rating (out of 5): BBB.5.
USA, 2006. Ariztical Entertainment, Automat Pictures, EOSS Productions. Screenplay by Phillip J. Bartell, Q. Allan Brocka, based on characters created by Q. Allan Brocka. Cinematography by Lisa Wiegand. Produced by Q. Allan Brocka, J.D. Disalvatore, Jeffrey Schwarz. Music by Cary Berger, Boris Worister. Production Design by Michael Fitzgerald. Costume Design by Glenda Maddox. Film Editing by Phillip J. Bartell, Scott Hatcher.
Surprising improvement on the original ups the fun as protagonists Kyle and Gwen are once again doing their best to get more than just fun out of their adventures with men in the sack. After Kyle is dumped by Marc, for whom he went to so much trouble to land in the first film, he is set adrift into the sea of men but it does not take long for him to discover a new target: his art class has hired a nude model named Troy whose physical perfection could make paint fade and, lo and behold, it turns out the Adonis is up for good times with both girls and boys. Everyone takes a crack at him while working out the various strands of relationships that need to be formed here, and while it all amounts to silly fluff, the direction and acting are so much better than they were last time and the dialogue isn’t so stiffly desperate to be witty. Plus, the sexiness is actually really sexy, and the film never goes overboard in its exploitation (a la Another Gay Sequel), just teasing its viewer enough to make for great entertainment.