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Shut Up and Kiss Me [DVD]
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Following the trials and tribulations of Ben as he faces the perrilous world of gay dating whilst looking for more then sex, Shut up and Kiss me is a prescient modern day take on relationships. After trying out many different men and methods, he finally stumbles across Grey. The chemistry between the two is instant, but what happens when you meet someone who doesn't share the same beliefs about relationships that you do? This funny and touching film touches on relevant topics in today's dating world like sexual monogamy and discordant relationships, finally asking if anyone can someone really have it all?
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The movie is very very amateurish, but as I mentioned above, has its moments.
The whole idea could be even more entertaining if only the filmmakers had some more cash to shoot it properly.
The acting is not good, but at least people, who star in it, don't try too much to prove that they are real actors:) They read their lines and that's it.
There is a lot of talk in this movie about gays, dated by the main character, who appeared to be jerks, have dull personalities etc.
Unfortunately, it is our hero who is the biggest jerk, giving up his dreams and beliefs to be with notorious cheater. So, the ending is quite disappointing.
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A barely watchable film. It suffers from the most common problem of gay film, lack of professionalism. Read morePublished on 16 May 2015 by A. R. Mash