Ken Fox TV Guide
There isn't enough by way of a story here to keep director Rosser Goodman and writer-star Brent Gorksi earnest but lethargic drama about a romantically stalled Angelino from petering out as well, but some decent performances from the likeable cast may be enough to hold your interest. show more
Kevin Thomas Los Angeles Times
Director Rosser Goodman makes the crucial decisions facing Trevor suspenseful and involving -- and tinged with humor as well as pathos. show more
Dennis Harvey Variety
Sometimes succeeds, but mostly comes off as a vanity project for writer-star Brent Gorski. show more
Gorski's script is full of catty gay banter, especially hilarious when delivered by Jay Brannan (Shortbus) as the hero's promiscuous best friend. show more
There's nothing to fill up the 88 minutes of the film except for the idle bitchery spewed by nearly every character. show more
Stephen Holden The New York Times
This portrait of 20-something gay men and their straight friends is a joyless exploration of middle-class deadbeats (with the exception of Ephram) lost in a torpid funk of low self-regard. Because they’'e not rich, there is no sleazy zing of "Less Than Zero"-worthy glamor. show more
July 09, 2008 DavidofBHA
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One of the worst gay films of all time. No redeeming value, bad choices all the way through the film The only thing that would have made it better would be if the remaining, dysfunctional characters would have been allkilled in the last scene of the film on PCH.
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