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Jeffrey offends as readily as it amuses, but an outstanding performance from Patrick Stewart keeps it from going completely off the rails.



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Based on a popular Broadway play, this comedy chronicles the experiences that made formerly-promiscuous homosexual Jeffrey take a vow of celibacy. After having several sexual disasters, Jeffrey decides to not have sex again. Unfortunately, no sooner does he take his vow than he meets the man of his dreams.


Steven Weber
as Jeffrey
Bryan Batt
as Darius
Nathan Lane
as Father Dan
Christine Baranski
as Ann Marwood Bartle
Sigourney Weaver
as Debra Moorhouse
Robert Klein
as Skip Winkley
Irma St. Paule
as Mother Teresa
Nicky Paraiso
as Salesman
Camryn Manheim
as Single Woman
Kathy Najimy
as Acolyte
Olympia Dukakis
as Mrs. Marcangelo
Gregory Jbara
as Angelique
Mary Bond Davis
as Church Lady
Marylouise Burke
as Aunt Phyllis
Lenka Peterson
as Church Lady
Joe Ponazecki
as Uncle Barney
Alice Drummond
as Grandma Rose
Henry Stram
as Cousin Gary
Lee Mark Nelson
as Crying Guy
John Ganun
as Tourist
K. Todd Freeman
as Barney's Waiter
Patti Ann O'Connell
as Cheryl the Showgirl
Patrick Kerr
as Waiter/Actor/Policeman
Christopher Davis
as Cater-Waiter Dancer
Peter Bartlett
as Casting Director
Barton Heyman
as Elderly Man
Kevin Nealon
as TV Reporter
Nancy Ticotin
as Woman in the Window
Marcus Lovett
as Memorial Guest
Michele Pawk
as Young Mother
Demetri Corbin
as House Manager
Peter B.
as Master
Alison Sheehy
as Network V.O.
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Critic Reviews for Jeffrey

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Audience Reviews for Jeffrey

The breaking of the third wall and fantasy moments that really distinguish the story work better on stage, but there are enough enjoyable moments and strong performances (especially by Michael T. Weiss) to make it a worthwhile film.

Alec Barniskis
Alec Barniskis

Super Reviewer


A fun but already-dated gay dating comedy with a touch of AIDS sadness. Patrick Stewart adds to the silliness. It ranks up there with Torch Song Trilogy.

Lafe Fredbjornson
Lafe Fredbjornson

Super Reviewer


This shit sucks. It's just as sexually compartmentalizing as The Birdcage was, only from the other end of the spectrum and about half as cleverly. I don't feel like saying any more.

Drew Smith
Drew Smith

Super Reviewer

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