A forgotten one-night stand from the 1980s sets the stage for romance 15 years later in director Craig Chester's romantic comedy starring Parker Posey, Craig Chester, Malcolm Gets, and Chris Kattan. Despite the fact that neither Adam (Chester) nor Steve (Gets) recall the one-night stand they shared 15 years ago, the compatible pair form a fast bond when they meet again far-removed from the intoxicating effects of the party scene. When the loving couple realize that their pasts have previously intersected, it's up to their best friends Rhonda (Posey) and Michael (Kattan) to help their pals accept their past and use the foundation of their current relationship to forge ahead into a fulfilling future of kindness and commitment. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
This movie is so cute... I watched it with my teenage daughter and we were both like "AWWWWWW... how CUTE" through the whole thing. It's so funny to see young, open minded, intelligent people having sarcastic but blunt conversations and geniunely wanting the best for each other in their relationships. The 80's hook-up night is hilarious and keeps you wondering when the $(&* is going to hit the fan (literally - pun intended!) Get this movie... it's great fun!
One still sees buffed guys (in the background), but the main characters are really us. I'd still like to see a story with post-Stonewall guys trying to deal with having survived and also trying to settle down, meet the right guy, and maybe marry. Overall, a delightful romp with great acting and singing and delight for the eyes.
My friends and I could not stop laughing at this very funny comedy. The other reviews were just too critical. This movie is NOT trying to be an Oscar winner, just simple gay humor and a romantic comedy. Chris Kattan, Parker Posie and the rest of the cast were just out to have fun with this movie with director/writer/friend Craig Chester. By the way, Craig Chester was hilarious in KISS ME GUIDO. Relax, make a cocktail, and enjoy a funny comedy.
This is a great campy comedy. It has some silly dialogue and it is pretty predictable. In spite of this, it made me laugh. There are parts of the film that pop into your head unexpectedly when you least expect it. It is entertaining and funny. If you are a product of the 80's (and you are old enough to remember them), it is even more funny. All of you nudity addicts will be disappointed... if you are looking for that, go find yourself an episode of Dante's Cove or something.