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It's difficult to fathom that anyone would make such a bad movie.
One of my only criticisms is that the production budget seemed very low - maybe that's why the scenes sometimes look stiff and the acting feels a bit staged.
And the story unfolds from there into a May December romance that while it may not be acted very well at all, has its moments of warmth.
This movie was great and wonderful , the story is some thing that can be real a chance meeting, actors /actress were played with hart and feelings and got a feel for... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jefffey Mosne
I a great love story to find true love . I just love I just love I just love great for gay guyPublished 21 months ago by dee
No, this is not a high quality movie - it's pretty low budget, much of the acting is poor, and the script is pretty simple. But there was still a thread of romantic cuteness to it. Read morePublished 23 months ago by LS
this was one of the sweetest movies the actors each brought something unquie to the roles they played,
theres something special about these small bugeted movies theres amore... Read more
i rather loved this comedy romance fast fun & definately well played by both leads have already watched it a second timePublished on March 10, 2013 by allen
Horrendous acting, poor cinematography, uninspired dialogue, and the list goes on. I had never assumed that "low budget" would be synonymous with "low quality" until I watched... Read morePublished on September 5, 2012 by Lawrence Oei
Though this movie has a low budget and some flaky characters, it succeeds in being entertaining, especially if you like bunnies, rural settings and plenty of kookiness. Read morePublished on May 13, 2011 by Book House
It should be a huge red flag when the writer-director of a gay film is also playing one of the leads....and the other lead is twenty years younger than him. Read morePublished on May 1, 2011 by Siskell and Eggbert