Bil’s rating (out of 5): 0.
USA, 2014. Hargitay & Hargitay Pictures in Motion, Nathans Company. Story by Nathan Anderson, Screenplay by Nathan Anderson, Nathan Apffel. Cinematography by Gustavo Penna. Produced by Nathan Anderson, Stevie Hargitay, Danny Stepper. Music by Carl Johnson. Production Design by Scott Enge. Costume Design by Layne McGovern. Film Editing by Nathan Apffel, Keith Croket. Podcast: Bad Gay Movies.
Tired of striking out with girls at clubs, Scooter overhears a group of pretty ladies chatting with their gay friend and realizes the foolproof way for getting close with the ladies. He and his best friend Brad start pretending to be gay and, before they know it, are knee deep in gorgeous dames. Scooter even gets to bed a few of them by pretending to be curious, but Brad discovers a snag in the plan when he falls in love with Rachel, who already has a boyfriend and doesn’t think of him that way. Graceless, charmless and unintelligent, this poorly conceived trash would be worth taking to task for its insensitivity to the subject matter if there was even the least bit of skill in its making; as such it is a comedy whose assumed demographic (those who love a good booby comedy) will find few laughs to reward them. Third-billed Eric Roberts is actually just a cameo in one scene, and it hurts to see so great an actor in such unhappy surroundings. Co-star Nathan Anderson (Scooter) reportedly wrote the script based on his own experiences.