Slutty Summer (2004)



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The eternal question of sex vs. love causes one man no small amount of annoyance in this gay-themed independent comedy. Markus (Casper Andreas) is an aspiring writer who one day comes home to his apartment to discover his long-term boyfriend is in bed with another man. Now unexpectedly single, Markus is thrown back into the dating scene, and finds himself getting all sorts of advice (not all of it called for) from his co-workers at a fashionable restaurant in Chelsea. Marilyn (Virginia Bryan) says you should set ground rules and stick to them, Peter (Jeffrey Christopher Todd) advises Markus to hold out for true love, and Luke (Jesse Archer) prefers to share stories from his own freewheeling love life. As Markus sorts out what his friends have to say, he finds himself falling for Tyler (Jamie Hatchett), a handsome model, but to his dismay Tyler makes it clear he has little use for either monogamy or long-term relationships. Should Markus follow Peter's lead and wait for Mr. Right or take Luke's advice and settle for Mr. Right Now? Slutty Summer was written and directed by Casper Andreas, who also played Markus; it was his first feature film.
Comedy , Drama , Gay & Lesbian
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Virginia Bryan
as Marilyn
Lance Werth
as Kevin
J.R. Rolley
as Derek
Lex Sosa
as Steven
Nick Toren
as Larry
Jarret Sumers
as Doorman
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Critic Reviews for Slutty Summer

All Critics (8) | Top Critics (6)

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Full Review… | November 16, 2011
Time Out
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Full Review… | August 15, 2007
Time Out
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Full Review… | February 8, 2006
Time Out
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Lacks the wit necessary to compensate for its stereotypical characterizations and predictable plot elements.

July 6, 2005
Hollywood Reporter
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The wooden dialogue and overall shallowness of the writing keep the film from being even an amiable diversion.

Full Review… | June 23, 2005
Los Angeles Times
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The drama is unintentionally humorous, the humor incredibly labored and the acting rarely better than one might find in a Chi Chi LaRue XXX production.

June 23, 2005
L.A. Weekly
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Audience Reviews for Slutty Summer

Wow. Who'd have thought an entire film could be shot in soft focus? Giving leeway for a low budget, independent LGBT film, "Slutty Summer" is decent. The acting's not great, but good enough for what it is. Decent story. Acceptable script. Nothing really good about the film, but it's not bad either.

Christian C
Christian C

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I guess this movie is all right but sometimes I am a tab bit bored with this type of movie b/c it is basically a remix of other movies and the difference is that two males or females playing the role

Venieza The Only 1
Venieza The Only 1

Slightly better than average gay film, but still unfortunately reeks of stereotypes. The acting ranges from good to poor, okay production. Nothing special.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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