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Pool Time (2010)





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With his 40th birthday rapidly approaching, desirable gay urban professional David (Marcus Harwell) strives to ward off a mid-life crisis by inviting all of his former boyfriends over for a massive pool party. Little do his guests realize that David isn't simply looking to have a little fun in the sun, but instead to find a suitable life mate. Later, when the neighbors get nosy and some unexpected guests drop by, the growing chaos distracts David from focusing on the task at hand. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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The saving grace of Pooltime is the dialogue between the four gay friends. Throughout the picture, they talk to one another as real life friends would talk: from one tangent to another about menial, trivial topics, gently ribbing one another and without major pretense. The fact the film leaves the "will they or won't they" question open is also quasi-novel, though after 80-something minutes, the audience may feel like they deserve closure. But what doesn't work far outweighs the what does. Namely, the ancillary characters, the incredibly distracting score (there isn't a moment when some type of music isn't playing) and the tired use of guys swimming in a pool to denote the passage of time. Maybe some small logic problems, too-like how one character gets a new cell phone activated and the number ported over in less than ten minutes. I'm just saying.

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