Based on 138 votes and 44 reviews.
I didn't like this, but I think a distaff remake with hardcore scenes would work.
Surprising to no one that a film with Apatow and Eichner attached to it is ... near flawless. So engaging from start to fini.
It was fun seeing an all LGBTQ cast playing without inhibition, having fun, and expanding rom coms to include a queer sensibility. The leads, Billy Eichner and Luke MacFarlane were believable in their original antipathy and gradual warming to the idea of actually falling in love. The ad campaign unfortunately did not feature anything that is lovable about this film!
I laughed and I cried. The two leads navigated disappointments and insecurities to try to establish a relationship. Certainly not ground breaking except all through a gay lens. There were funny moments and emotional moments. Loved the hysterical stereotyped inclusion of all the LGBTQ2 personalities. Loved the movie. Notice ratings are mostly 1 star or 5 star ratings. Might demographics play a role here?
This movie shows and makes fun of every LGBT stereotype.
focus on homosexual sexuality too much. Movie quickly turns to too men having sex.
John Wayne movies all day long. "Courage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway."
Watch a Lee Marvin movie instead, buttercup.
I really enjoyed this movie and I plan on seeing it again