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Thursday, September 4, 2014

Tired Old Queen at the Movies: Trick

Steve Hayes reviews the 1999 gay romantic comedy, which your Head Trucker saw some years ago and heartily recommends, not least for Steve's own hilarious rendition of "¿Como Te Gusta Mi Pinga?":
Tori Spelling, Christian Campbell, JP Pitoc, Miss Coco Peru and “Yours Truly” spend a hilarious and romantic summer night in Manhattan in Jim Fall’s classic Gay comedy TRICK (1999). Shot on location with an original script by Jason Schaeffer, the film deals with a young gay composer and a hot go-go boy who hook up. During the course of an evening, they try and find a place to have sex, without much success, and despite numerous obstacles, including themselves, they wind up falling in love. Sweet, sexy, romantic and endlessly funny, TRICK is the perfect way to spend an autumn evening. “It’s big. It’s beautiful. And you’re gonna love it!”


Davis said...

One of our favorites - an utter delight.

Russ Manley said...

Yeah, it's a good show - I could do without the bitter, bitchy drag queen, though.

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