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An Angel Named Billy

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A refreshing and romantic story centering around Mark (a recent stroke victim) and his best friend Thomas, who begin a search to find a new boyfriend for Mark's son, James. In another corner of town, Billy (who just turned 18) is literally kicked out of h

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  • Actors: Hank Fields, Amy Lyndon, Dustin Belt, Richard Lewis Warren, Buddy Daniels Friedman
  • Directors: Greg Osborne
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Ariztical
  • DVD Release Date: November 13, 2007
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #123,395 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Siskell and Eggbert on September 28, 2009
Format: DVD
The acting, dialogue, directing, set production.....everything about this movie was just horrible. So let's just focus on it's biggest flaw, the complete lack of believability of this movie's storyline.

1) Billy is spotted kissing his best friend and is kicked out of his house by his crazy cliche bible-thumpin' father. Where does Billy go?? To live with his divorced mother, to find his best friend and cry on his shoulder?? Nope. He decides to hitch a ride to L.A. with only $40 and a backpack (which magically contains at least four or five changes of clothes.)

2)We spend a good 15 minutes with a phone conversation between the ugliest and most cliche drag queen in the world and a guy who's had a few strokes. Maybe I shouldn't laugh at a stroke victim, but it's so obvious his lips are literally glued together to pull off the stroke-face affect. The stroke victim's son is about 40 years old, but apparently the actor playing him hasn't been told this. He plays it like he's 16 with much batting of the eyelashes, over-emoting and naivete. Stroke dad wants son to find a good man. Creepy son decides to hire a "house boy" to take care of stroke dad.

3) Upon arriving in L.A. Billy goes to a small cafe (which appears to also double as the courtyard of stroke dad's home.) He orders only a soda. The bitchy queen waiter, Guy, says, "Sure honey...coming right up." LOL. Yeah, that's a pretty typical response in L.A. He brings the drink and then says "let's go get burgers." The cliche hag whips up the burgers and fries in 20 seconds flat. They chat using horrible dialogue for about a minute, Guy eating only a few fries and Billy eating nothing. Flamy Guy doesn't know a thing about Billy but asks him to move in with him.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Q. L. Pon on January 20, 2008
Format: DVD
The script needed much work. I thought the writer could have explored more the romantic An Angel Named Billyadolescent relationship between the two boys on the ranch before his father kicked him out of home. The story line and acting are far too superficial and too utopian. The DVD is definitely not worth the price.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By B ME on January 28, 2008
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Hmmm I don't hate it. I don't love it. It just is. Billy's parents are crap - the Mom has gone to the city (selfish cow) leaving her boys with a loser drunk. Billy gets a brief little kiss from his hunky cowboy pal, the Dad sees and then it is all on. Bad drama here...carries on to even more implausible scenarios. Billy gets thrown out of home. Goes to the city, meets a cutey in his first minutes who feeds him, houses him, befriends him and wants nothing in return - yeah right. Billy gets a job looking after a stroke victim who lives with his gay son. And I am a bit shallow obvioulsy, the stroke victim makes me shudder and I couldn't watch him...felt repulsed. So Billy is there to look after him he is an Angel:0) And the bald drag queen is like a car wreck - horrible but you can't help looking with that twisted look of 'Oh my God how awful' look on your face. And how come the mother (selfish cow) isn't lambasted for child abandonment but welcomed back like the long lost saviour...child services would have had Billy and his brother in this country...where are they in cowboy country??? Soooo, the stroke victim has a son who likes BIlly and voila...the end. No angst, no real passion play, no heart-pounding kissing scenes. A bit disappointing in all really. But the friend ends up with cowboy pal and Billy ends up with stoke victim's son...happy ending. I LOVE happy endings...but this seems like champagne without the crisp bubbles, a bit flat. A bit too easy for my liking - where is the angst??? Don't hate it, don't love's just...hmmm.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Rolando A. Perez on March 1, 2008
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The acting doesn't live up to it's standard. Even though the movie is making a political statement about being gay, the drag queen is terrible, Billy is mediocre at best, James and Guy are average. And the lady who owns the coffee shop is another representation of these women who try to engulf the gay cause all of by themselves (remember Debbie from "Queer as Folks".)

The story is about Billy who gets caught kissing with his best friend (a beautiful cowboy looking hunk, the guy on the movie box) in the beginning of the movie and gets booted out his farm ranch from a very abusive, alcoholic father (who has a bible next to him.) Billy hitchhikes to Los Angeles. There he meets Guy, a cute bus boy in a coffee shop. Guy offers his place to Billy temporarily. They show a scene of these two beautiful gay kids next to each other sleeping, nothing happens between them, com on give me a break.

Billy gets hired by James (a much older guy than Billy), the son of Mark, who had several strokes. James is a professional photographer, who just came out a relationship with a drug addict. Mark and his friend Tom, a drag queen go way back together. The setting up of the plot with these two characters was endless in the beginning of the movie.

Billy moves in with Mark and Mark becomes very fond of Billy as a caretaker. James also starts falling for Billy, and vice versa. Marks finally dies from his illness. Billy and James get married. Guy moves back to where Billy is from and hooks up with Billy's best friend. And yes, Billy gets re-acquainted with his mother who has been living in LA since she left her drunk husband.

The movie has its' moments, and it is a cute love story. Billy and Guy are gorgeous.
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