25 January 2007 | bkoganbing
There's No Such Thing As An Ex-Gay, Just Folks In Denial
Lovers Kyle and Marc have a silly lover's quarrel and each go their separate ways. By chance both come upon superhot male model Troy and each is looking to nail him.
For Kyle, he's even willing to go so far as to pretend to join an ex-gay campus group headed by Jacob. Troy's kind of unsure about his own sexuality. He seems one obliging dude, willing to share sex with just about anyone.
This leads to a whole lot of trouble all around, but in the end all the boys and girls in the film seem to be nicely paired off. I do so love happy endings.
There are lots of laughs in this film, but it actually takes a look at a very serious topic, the preying on impressionable kids just starting to find out about their sexuality by some very uptight people. There's a whole lot of new thinking about human sexuality over the past century and a half, but don't try and tell the fundamentalists anything in that regard.
Best performance in the film is Scott Vickaryous as the ex-gay leader of the campus group. The unveiling of the inner Jacob is something to behold, as is the disrobing of Marco Dapper as Troy.
Worth the price of admission alone.