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Archer's acting is overly arch, but Cory Grant is quite effective as Zeke.
The cliches of bad gay filmmaking were lampooned in 2006's Another Gay Movie. Well, here's another gay movie. Things haven't moved an inch.
The film also serves up latte-frothy glimpses of an all-drag bridal shower, an erotic spinning class, and - all of 90 seconds into the proceedings -- naked yoga. Don't forget to bring your wipe-down towel.
A Four Letter Word is a surprisingly endearing romantic comedy that explores gay relationships with low-budget verve.
The semi-earnest A Four Letter Word comes off like an insular gay sitcom, a la Paul Rudnick's Jeffrey, but without the honed verbal wit.
[Director] Andreas rescues A Four Letter Word from being merely a raunchy lil' romance by showing how his characters are steeped in a culture of therapy that has filled Americans with endless, compulsive self-analysis and self-doubt.
...explores gay life in New York primarily through the eyes of Luke ... who is so busy trying to sparkle that he's made himself into the perfect gay cliché.
A gay romantic comedy, witty and charming enough to stand up to any boy-meets-girl date flick in the megaplexes.
It's always a treat when a movie seems to be exactly the movie that the filmmakers intended to make, and their audience wants to see. It's also a treat when it's a good movie, too.
There is no denying that Andreas is really trying to say something about the difficulty of real intimacy in a society where easy sex lies in wait on every corner of Manhattan.
Lots of four-letter words get tossed around in Caspar Andreas' naughty sequel to his cheekily titled Slutty Summer, but the scariest one of all is the L word: love.
How dismally arch and self-satisfied can a Chelseacore sex comedy get?
Cute ultimately sweet movie. Some good performances some ragged.
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