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Walk A Mile In My Pradas tells the unbelievable story of Tony Parisi, a real man s man and all around good guy. He works hard at his job. He s a loyal friend. And, he s devoted to his fiancé. But, he just happens to be completely and utterly homophobic. Tony takes great pleasure in ridiculing his new, gay co-worker, Steve. That is until fate and a magic Christmas ornament step in to teach him a lesson. Two weeks before his wedding, Tony finds that he is suddenly gay, while Steve learns he has mysteriously turned straight. Now, truly a man s man, Tony must scramble to straighten out in time for his wedding. But not before he walks a mile in Steve s shoes. Walk A Mile In My Pradas stars One Life to Live s Nathaniel Marston as Tony and Tom Archdeacon (Days of Our Lives, All My Children) as Steve. The film also features memorable performances from Tom Arnold (True Lies), Mike Starr (Dumb and Dumber) Dee Wallace (Extraordinary Measures) and Kirsten Lea (Storage).

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Product Details

  • Actors: Tom Arnold, Mike Starr, Tom Archdeacon, Nathaniel Marston
  • Directors: Joey Sylvester
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Osiris Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: November 15, 2011
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005LTDW0U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #151,220 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

The cast was pretty good and actually pretty well acted.
Rob
Sure, I know it's supposed to be a shallow comedy, but we can certainly do so much better than this.
Rocky Sunico
There are fantastic performances by Tom Arnold and Kirsten Lea.
gapminder

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rob on May 14, 2013
Format: DVD
I came across this movie on Netflix and decided to give it a go. Now I already go into alot of the gay cinema not expecting much as there are alot of bombs out there but every so often one does come along that I will watch twice.
Reading a few of the other reviews I never took the movie so serious and never looked at any sterotypes. I just took the film for what it was worth. Sure you had one character that was sooo straight and homophobic and the other who was so gay but lets face it, there are indeed "some" that are that way. Its not saying that everyone is like that. I have always wondered what would it be like for the other to see what it can be like if the shoe was indeed on the other foot. And I liked the way they chose a few "extremes" to have one not accept his/her sexuality like shock therapy to seeing a outragoues preist. Now, Thats funny. The cast was pretty good and actually pretty well acted. I liked the way that they were trying to get a point across without being so serious. Worth a watch.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. Martin on July 2, 2012
Format: DVD
Once again we have a movie for straight people classified as "gay" because it has a gay character in it. This one even has a gay/straight theme, but if it was made by or for gay people they must be self-loathing gay people.

Who thinks it's funny to see a straight man turn gay? straight women. Who thinks it's funny to see a gay man turn straight? straight men. I guess there are also people who think magical role-reversal movies like Freaky Friday are hilarious and don't care what roles are being exchanged; and people who guffaw at extremely obvious lowbrow sitcom humor no matter what the subject is. As a gay man who outgrew adolescent squirming a long time ago, I find this kind of garbage annoying. I don't see how even straight people can find this relentlessly offensive and mean-spirited "humor" entertaining (the vicious ridicule of a desperate straight fat girl is especially appalling).

Being gay is wonderful. If changing sexual orientation were possible (and it's not), I wouldn't turn straight if you gave me a billion dollars, and I really mean it. Any gay man who thinks being gay is something that should make a straight man squirm and pee in his pants - who thinks switching sexual orientation is funny - either is an idiot or secretly (or not so secretly) wishes he weren't gay. This movie is pretty well done for its inherently offensive kind, but if a single cent of gay money went into making it, the ones who invested that money should rethink their priorities.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rocky Sunico on February 7, 2014
Format: DVD
Let's forget about the notion of linking homophobia with strange childhood trauma. Both Tony and Steve spend a lot of the movie acting out various stereotypes for straights and gays alike. Since Tony is now gay. he gains the magical ability to cook even though he had never done this before. Steve in turn has inherited a magical understanding of automobiles just because he's straight now.

And of course we come to the "problem" that both are in committed relationships that are on the brink of marriage. Since their sexuality alignments have been switched, this means that their relationships now fall apart since they can't have sex with one another. Sure, they remember their lives together and all the challenges that they had faced as couples. But because their sexual organs no longer respond to the right gender identity, they can't be in their relationships anymore.

There are a million other ways that the writers could have explored the whole gender swap concept without going down such a cliched path. Sure, I know it's supposed to be a shallow comedy, but we can certainly do so much better than this. Comedies don't necessarily have to resort to being dumb and offensive in order to get laughs (and I can't really folks laughing in this movie apart for the odd Tom Arnold expression). There's such a thing as wit and humor that does require intelligence to write but not necessarily to appreciate and understand.

And I don't even get the need to set this movie during the Christmas season. What is this, a Die Hard movie? If you want to go see a good LGBT themed holiday movie, go see Make The Yuletide Gay. It's not out of this world amazing, but it's still worlds better than this one.

Walk A Mile In My Pradas is a horrible movie. Don't waste your time.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Alessandra Recinos on August 15, 2012
Format: DVD
Not the worst movie-it was coherent and nicely flowing but I didn't find it humorous as I supposed. I might be heterosexual but even I found the stereotypes to be offensive! A gay man does not necessarily have to be "unmanly" or love garish pink clashed with orange. In fact, usually they dress pretty snazzy not the opposite. And they don't all have to love chardonnay, some of them are truthfully indistinguishable from regular heterosexuals although some do dress different (male or female) some gays dress pretty femininely and some lesbians quite butch.

However, just because you're gay doesn't mean you know how to cook, flowers, and change what types of movies you like. I think Broke Back Mountains sucks, and not because it's 'gay'. I also disliked how they portrayed the homosexual character who turned momentarily heterosexual. He treated his partner very callously, and even if he was not attracted to him he could have been as respectful as the heterosexual male who turned gay was to his fiance. Even though he was not attracted to her he tried not to hurt her feelings.

I did like how they had the brief scene with the psychologist trying to electrocute him to being straight because they did it in a ridiculous manner (it would have killed him in real life and was used turn of the century at asylums) and also how it demonstrated a prejudiced reverend that was preaching how all homosexuals would go to hell because of their lustful sins because the reverend seemed farcical and pathetic. They made it a light and funny but those are serious topics. Some psychologist (and I don't consider them good ones at that) actually try to counsel people until they are straight. Which is frankly ridiculous.
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