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Corey had it all - a successful career, bags of charm and, most of all, a bright future with his boyfriend. But, when his other half commits the ultimate betrayal and dumps him for a woman, he embarks upon a wild journey of self-discovery. Soon, he meets a potentially perfect new guy but first he needs to make some life-changing choices. Sexy and genuinely funny (including a hilarious star turn from The Brady Bunch's Jennifer Elise Cox), Love or Whatever is the freshest, funniest gay comedy around.
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When he confesses to Corey about his indiscretion, Corey throws him out and amidst a glut of self pity decides to turn his life around and try to see if he can meet that `special someone'. Cue the humour - and to be fair there are quite a few comic moments to be seen here. The sister, Kelsey (Jennifer Elise Cox of `The Brady Bunch' movies) is a force of humorous nature. The supporting cast are all more than above par, but some of the jokes fall a bit flat or fall into that comedy cliché mode - like an old woman supposedly being shocking because she talks about sex.
That aside this is quite a lot of fun; there is some nudity but all a bit tame in that department. It is really about relationships, love and doing the right thing - even if you get it wrong a few times first. Tyler Poelle as Corey -he was in `Scrubs' - is a great choice for the lead and his co star Joel Rush as Pete the pizza guy is spot on - he was in some of the `Eating Out' films. This is far from being original, will not enlighten you on any aspects of being gay or bi or whatever, but it is still a good watch.
There are, to be fair, some enjoyable moments but they are far too few to impress me. Joel Rush (Pete) is by far the best actor and saves the film. He really stands out from the rest. He is absolutely adorable and deserves a five.
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Too silly really and not well acted - but managed to watch it all the way but my other half fell asleep!!Published 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
The characters were self obsessed and none were likeable. The main lead was weak.
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