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Like most movies about the pitfalls of bad behavior ... Circuit gets drawn into the party.
Like Showgirls and Glitter, the most entertaining moments here are unintentional.
It's too soap opera-ish to carry the heavy weight of the morality play Shafer has fashioned.
Kitschy, flashy, overlong soap opera.
A sudsy cautionary tale.
Mostly, Shafer and co-writer Gregory Hinton lack a strong-minded viewpoint, or a sense of humor.
The film itself is about something very interesting and odd that would probably work better as a real documentary without the insinuation of mediocre acting or a fairly trite narrative.
Director Dirk Shafer and co-writer Greg Hinton ride the dubious divide where gay porn reaches for serious drama.
What's most memorable about Circuit is that it's shot on digital video, whose tiny camera enables Shafer to navigate spaces both large ... and small ... with considerable aplomb.
It's a thin notion, repetitively stretched out to feature length, awash in self-consciously flashy camera effects, droning house music and flat, flat dialogue.
Once again, the intelligence of gay audiences has been grossly underestimated, and a meaty plot and well-developed characters have been sacrificed for skin and flash that barely fizzle.
A clichéd and shallow cautionary tale about the hard-partying lives of gay men.
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