I thought many of the jokes were funny, but there were also a lot of outright clunkers. But even I thought the central concept of the movie — a gay teen sex comedy — was absolutely inspired, the most brilliant idea for a gay movie since Trick. On the whole, the movie worked as both a satire of the teen sex comedy genre and as an effort to reclaim the ultimate heterosexual movie genre for us gay folks. In this sequel, Andy, Jarod, Griff, and Nico are back and off to Fort Lauderdale for spring break, to compete in a contest to see who can have sex with the most people.
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Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild
Post a Comment. Director Todd Stephens had a smash hit with his first film, the coming-out drama Edge of Seventeen. He had difficulty with his second film, Gypsy 83, because distributors said it was "not gay enough" for the sorts of DVD vendors that were happy to push Edge. With his third film, he rose to the challenge of making the gayest film ever, 's Another Gay Movie. Unfortunately, three of the four original cast members backed out of the sequel, two of them at the last minute. While the replacements aren't close lookalikes, they did an admirable job of capturing the mannerisms of the original characters, making it somewhat easier to keep track of who was which. The story line, though, lacks the freshness of the first film, making it a bit harder work to get the laughs that came so easily last time.
Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild!
By Metro Weekly Contributor on October 17, But if the butt plug fits…. Following up on his Another Gay Movie , Todd Stephens writes, directs, produces, and ruins Another Gay Sequel by finding the lowest common denominator in gay humor and digging down another six feet.
Posted on May 13, By Tim Parks. What writer and director Todd Stephens is giving the gay film going populace is a two-fold movie experience. In effect, he is also presenting a new generation of gay men with a, ahem, seminal type of filmmaking — one that manages to both pay tribute to those teen movies of the past, and bring something new to the table — a gay perspective, which was sorely lacking from those bygone celluloid romps. Not bad for a very refreshing, non-politically correct gay film that saw one of its main characters having his way with a quiche Lorraine.