This is a gay `comedy' that has been written and directed by J.C. Calciano, who is more famous for his US TV work (The Steam Room Stories etc). It is about Blaine (Nicolas Downs), he is a writer for USA ToGay, and as a non scene gay, he is finding it hard to meet `Mr Right'. His house mate Cameron, is a hot go go dancer who has the opposite `problem' of having to beat off guys with a toilet besmirched stick.
Blaine then gets talking to a guy on an internet chat room, and he sounds like he might be the one. This is a young very handsome Texan called Xander (David Loren), who also writes his own songs. They decide to meet but there is trouble a foot when Xander checks out Blaine's profile and the irascible Cameron has uploaded his picture and has hi jacked Blaine's profile.
So the scene is set to see if personality will win over a hot bod and with a less than casual attitude to rampant bedroom trysts. So is it actually funny? Well that depends on what you find funny obviously, this is more warm than laugh out loud. I actually really like it and found all of the characters engaging. Blaine does have the least sympathetic `fruit fly' ever, but mine is similar in so many ways (i.e. man and sex mad). This is a gentle yet warm film with no real sex to be wary of, just some simulated phone sex and a lot of off camera innuendo, so not one for any `adult entertainment' aficionados' out there.
With a run time of ninety minutes it manages to keep the pace and interest going for the full time. But as I said earlier not really that funny, but more a film, on the leaves you with a smile on your face, rather than giving you a hernia from excessive mirth. So for a nice easy gay story that does have its moments this will make for a good evenings viewing.