The Metrosexual (2007)

  |  Comedy


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Eric Bremer is an LA metrosexual who pays meticulous detail to his manners, personal appearance, and unwavering appreciation for the finer things in life. While looking for love in the city can be a bit of a challenge.


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5 wins.

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20 September 2007 | suzeb
10
| I laughed more times then I could count
I loved this movie! I laughed more times then I could count. The dynamic between the father and the son is just a rip-roaring laugh-fest. The role of Eric Bremer, a lovable, perfectionist, metro-sexual, takes you on a joy ride while you watch him have to deal with the ups and downs of life which we all know never comes in a clean package. His buddies who are anything but perfectionists create a dynamic that is just side-splitting. Bruce Weitz who plays Lou Bremer, (Eric's father,) does an outstanding job of playing an aging parent that is also declining mentally with age. He brings compassion to the role that at the same time is charged full of gut-busting fun. This film is not only filled with contagious hilarity, but it is also heartwarming. I highly recommend The Metrosexual. This is one I want in my DVD collection.

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Comedy

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Release Date:

2007

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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Budget:

$500,000 (estimated)

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