Winning Dad

0 (out of 5) Colby is in love with Rusty but, while his parents know he’s gay, their lack of comfort with the subject has forced Colby to keep his relationship a secret.  His staunchly religious and conservative father is the one that Colby really needs to tell, and rather than just tell him, he decides it would be … More Winning Dad

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Ben & Arthur

0 (out of 5) Often referred to as The Room for gay movies, this is bad to the point of being awe-inspiring.  A couple await news of changes made to laws regarding same-sex marriage, prepared to leave for a trip to Hawaii to tie the knot provided it is legally possible.  Things don’t go well and Arthur has … More Ben & Arthur

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The Perfect Wedding

0 (out of 5) Paul is in recovery from alcoholism, successfully working as a gardener and going regularly to his AA meetings, an equilibrium that will be put to the test when his ex-boyfriend Roy shows up to help plan Paul’s sister’s wedding. Roy arrives with Gavin, whom he is passing off as his current … More The Perfect Wedding

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Such Good People

0 (out of 5) Randy Harrison and Michael Urie are a young, handsome couple who are randomly house hunting a Los Angeles suburb when they stumble into a party run by wealthy, philanthropic Scott Wolf and his wife. When Wolf and spouse go off to Bhutan to do charity work for orphans, they ask the two young men … More Such Good People

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What Happens Next

0 (out of 5) A wealthy and successful CEO (Jon Lindstrom) sells his business and retires in his early 50s, his new life of leisure addended by the purchase of a puppy that his sister (Wendie Malick) gives him.  He takes his pet to the park outside his swanky building every day and, sitting on … More What Happens Next

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