Coffee Date (2006)
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Leaving no cliché unturned, Coffee Date provides cheesy music, chats about gaydar and the obligatory are-you-looking-at-mine? urinal scene.
A warmhearted tale carried by genuine affection and a charming cast rather than cutting one-liners and turbo-charged plotting.
It's so full of bland good will, the story goes nowhere in romantic-comedy terms.
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I saw this at the Cleveland International Film Festival too. It was very funny. The joke that the guy is not gay but all his family and coworkers think he is, could have gotten old fast. It did bother me at first that no matter how many times he says he is not gay, his mother doesn't really listen. But because the characterizations were written so well, it actually works that every time the main guy tries to explain away the misunderstanding everyone else doesn't really hear him.
Wilson Cruz makes this fun but the movie itself is mostly silly.
A short film made in 2001 that was expanded to feature length. Many amusing scenarios and lines and even a few laugh out loud moments. Cruz steals the movie with his abundance of charm. I can see some gay people being offended or annoyed by this movie because it is full of stereotypes.
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