Such Good People (2014)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Mystery


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A young gay couple discovers a secret room filled with cash while house-sitting for a rich couple who die while out of the country.


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15 June 2016 | xatian11968
10
| Such Silly People!
This was a fun film, great for a late night or a lazy morning.

Thank You Michael Urie and Randy Harrison! The Ugly Betty fans at my house have been without a new installment for what seemed like a century until we stumbled upon this gem on Netflix.

I enjoyed the theatrical body work Urie and Harrison brought out in this film. Some would call it slap stick, but the movements of the actors really added to their overall character profiles. The humor was simple, but the choreography really added a fun flare. Urie and Harrison fit together as well, in the line of other good gay films like "The mostly unfabulous social life of Ethan Green", and "Eating Out."

Ana Ortiz; Alec Mapa; Drew Droege; Tania Gunadi, how much fun did they all have making this? This stellar supporting cast made this film; and was quite reminiscent to how entertaining it was to watch Ugly Betty - not because of the writing, but because the actors made the writing complete.

Certainly this film won't win many awards, but after watching Leo DeCaprio drag himself through the mud for five hours just for a gold stature, this film is a great antidote to the blase cinema culture expecting every last film to come out to be Shakespeare drab. Cheers!

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