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Based on Paul Rudnick's hit Off-Broadway play, this romantic comedy centers on the chaotic love life of Jeffrey (Steven Weber), a gay man who swears off sex only to fall in love with his ideal man (Michael T. Weiss). Jeffrey's vow of chastity is inspired by a fear of AIDS, a prospect which has started to terrify him so much that he decides he'd be better off never making love again. He is happy and relieved for a time, until he meets Steve, a handsome, charming dreamboat who also happens to be
Aug 4, 1995 Wide
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It's not a total bust, and some of the performances are charming, but it never matches the gleeful, irreverent mischief it had on stage.
Rudnick, adapting his off-Broadway hit, deftly blends uproarious fun and touching gravity.
Wildly uneven, and it aims at the lowest common denominator in its exceedingly broad comedy.
If nothing else, Rudnick and director Christopher Ashley know how to keep the audience off balance and in stitches.
It's more a series of sketches and momentary inspirations than a story that grows interesting.
It is startling that such a funny play is not so funny a movie.
The most offensive film of the decade has arrived, thank God, and it was worth waiting for.
As written by Paul Rudnick (Premiere's Libby Gelman-Waxner), this is a mildly amusing vignettish attempt to make a gay comedy about AIDS.
A miscast lead, but Patrick Stewart makes it all worthwhile.
Outstanding comedy. Effectively portrays the romance of gay relationships, with a Woody Allen tone of comedy.
A warm and humorous -- as well as a sad and moving -- exploration of all-too-human relationships.
If you think Priest got people's dander up, Jeffrey will have them running for their Saturday night specials, snickersnees, and heart pills.
Some of this is amusing but most simply isn't funny enough to support off-the-wall antics laced with poignancy.
A clever, biting and funny movie about gay love in the age of AIDS.
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