Another Gay Movie 2006

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Gay interest comedy spoof. When four young gay friends make a pact to lose their virginity by the end of the summer, they find themselves caught up in all sorts of outrageous situations, involving oversized sex toys, naked celebrities, masochistic teachers, and even Graham Norton.

Starring:
Graham Norton, Matthew Rush
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DVD

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  • Feature ages_18_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 30 minutes
Starring Graham Norton, Matthew Rush, Jonathan Chase, Michael Carbonaro, Jonah Blechman, Richard Hatch, Scott Thompson
Director Todd Stephens
Genres Comedy
Studio TLA RELEASING
Rental release 20 November 2006
Main languages English
Hearing impaired subtitles English

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Oz on 22 Dec 2006
Format: DVD
This film follows the story of 4 gay friends (in American Pie-style, all trying to lose their virginity over the Summer.) The hopefuls include: Griff, a sweet, nerdy runt who secretly lusts after one of his friends; Jarod, a jock-type who feels that size unfortunately does matter; Nico, the most camp and flamboyant of the bunch who's really after a 'seasoned older gentleman'; and Andy, the character akin to American Pie's Jim, who has a penchant for small animals and large vegetables. There's a lot of icky toilet humour in the film and some very graphic sex scenes in the last 20 minutes that will shock some viewers; but it's all in good fun and laughs are to be had throughout the film. Irish funnyman Graham Norton makes a great appearance as Andy's teacher whom he has a crush on; it's a side to Norton no-one has ever seen and a side that is a must-see for his fans! There are a couple of sentimental moments in the film though they're very light-hearted. It's enjoyable to see the typical teenage boy rush-to-get-laid story told from another angle. The cast is great and there are some wonderful minor characters, including a tough lesbian stud named Muffler (very Stifler-esque) and Andy's parents, an ex-marine who tries a little too hard to understand Andy's 'inclinations' and a drag queen-like mother with comically bad make-up who wonders where her vegetables keep disappearing to. All in all a very enjoyable, silly, hilarious movie with a fun, followable story and a really good soundtrack. I'd recommend buying it and watching it over and over whenever you need a serious laugh!
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A. W. Scullion on 6 Feb 2007
Format: DVD
Simply the wittiest, most outrageous gay movie ever. Based on American Pie and spoofing several other big name movies along the way Another Gay Movie has more than enough originality of its own to shine.

Performances are great, realistic, unknowns giving as good as they get. The jokes come thick and fast - one liners, the plot itself, visual gags, in-jokes, the laugh-at-gay-life jokes, the laugh-at-gay-stereotypes jokes. It's the most outrageous mainstream gay movie I've seen as well as the funniest - quite graphic sex scenes and acts described so not for kids! but let's face it, REALISTIC (unlike many supposedly gay movies, especially American made ones). I only wish they made more like this.

Only (tiny) negative is the dvd extras - there really aren't any, but the movie is fabulous - I watched twice in two days and I very rarely can be bothered to write a review - so... buy it now, treasure it always and tell all your friends.
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Format: DVD
Films like american pie and other "gross out" comedies have gay gays as the butt of the joke cause they're made for the str8 auidence; this however, is the all gay version that we've been waiting for. As four "OUT" college guys deal with sum of the sensitive issuses around being gay and wanting sex such as; jerkin off, improvised sex toys, dick size, roles(top/bottom), and sexual fantasies in unsutle, full frontal detail in the pursute of the ultimate goal "THE BIG A".

There is a luv story that keeps ur attention, between 2 of the guys. the acting is credible as Griff, a nerd and Jarod,the jock and self confested "power top" with size issues tackle obstacles like first time nerves and rival men as they fumble their way into each other arms; the bar scene where Griff dances on top of the bar to attract Jarod's attention away frm a rival is one of the many stand out highlights! As this film uses sterotyping like its str8 cousins there is some delibrate overactting but it doesnt feel forcd and all the cast perform well.

This is not a coming of age story, or a deeply meaningful film were the stars just pout, mournfully at the camera (reconsidering their career options probably...)like most films made for the gay audience. Its fun and not a chore to watch!!

A.G.M is a gay gross out comedy with a heart, something that american pie and its many str8 and gay clones lack.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By G. Fletcher on 17 Nov 2006
Format: DVD
Crass, juvenile, full of stereotypes and a shamefully ripped-off plot, foul language, frequent nudity and endless jokes about butt plugs and anal sex. Why can't more movies be like this?!

Director Todd Stephens (Edge of Seventeen) has thrown political correctness out of the nearest window and made one of the funniest, most enjoyable films I've seen in a long time. Having suffered through so many gay coming of age movies, what a relief to watch a film where the gay characters aren't victims, struggling with their identity, rejected by their family, shunned by society or dealing with 'issues'. The boys in this movie have only one agenda: to get laid.

Yes, it's a gay American Pie - the same jokes are here, but they're just that little bit more obscene. The webcam scene features Graham Norton as you've never seen him before (or would want to see again), and the infamous pastry-humping scene is still here, but all the more hilarious for the character's drag-queen 50s housewife mom's reaction (she's more worried about the crumbs!).

This is Porky's remade by John Waters. The perfect film to watch with a bunch of friends. Just be careful not to let your mum see it!
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