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Silly, sunny summer fun, and *highly* recommended to straight and gay alike open minded enough to laugh at a very funny but true look at how the other half (or at least a goodly younger part of 10%) loves.
Stick around after the fine double ending for the playing cards from the plot significant "Dream Date" board game scattered through the credit "crawl." Its a device that hasn't been used as well since FERRIS BUELLER' S DAY OFF.
Right now, it's being marketed to a largely gay audience, but it's so well written and directed (feel-good date movie, "independent" variety), it should cross over to a much wider audience and deserves to do for the actor playing Ethan (Daniel Letterle from CAMP!
) what BILLY' S Hollywood SCREEN KISS did for "Will & Grace's" Sean Hayes.
Most people want colleagues to be thinking about their competence, not whether they might want to make out with you.
Plus, while it’s certainly true that many people find romance at work or among work contacts, that doesn’t mean that you should actively try to cultivate it there.
The grand farce scene where ALL the romantic threads (including, in addition to the above, an ex-football pro, a landlord ex-lover, a Log Cabin Republican fiancé and Ethan's lesbian roommate) come together in the house where Ethan is trying to carve out a coherent love life tops one great laugh with another as if Feydeau-plotted and will have you howling.
By MRT: The closest MRT station is Kallang (EW10), only a short 5-minute walk from the station to the venue.
By CAR: Please note that there are no carparks at the venue and we strongly advise attendees to take the MRT or simply GRAB your way to the venue. Re-entry to the festival is only permitted if you have your wristband and a Sunshine Nation stamp provided by the securities at the point of exit.
And number three, if you want something, really want something, for all the right reasons, grab it by the balls, and don't let go.
See more » We went last night to by far the funniest new film of the year so far, THE MOSTLY UNFABULOUS SOCIAL LIFE OF ETHAN GREEN, an R rated (a few decades ago it would have been considered an X) release drawn rather brilliantly from a not-so-brilliant but long running comic strip in a number of "alternate" publications.