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Broadway Damage (1997)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Musical | 19 May 1998 (USA)
A quirky, romantic comedy about the complexity and frustration of finding a true love in the gay community. Marc is a struggling actor who finds an apartment in NYC by searching the ... See full summary »

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Marc (as Michael Shawn Lucas)
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Aaron Williams ...
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Barbara Winters Pinto ...
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Richard M. Davidson ...
The John (as Richard Davidson)
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A quirky, romantic comedy about the complexity and frustration of finding a true love in the gay community. Marc is a struggling actor who finds an apartment in NYC by searching the obituaries. He lives with his out-of-work, eccentric fag-hag Cynthia. His best friend, Robert, is secretly in love with Marc, while Marc falls head over heels for flighty studio musician David. Things heat up as Marc's desire for David keeps him waiting by the phone, while Cynthia gets financially cut off from her rich parents and Robert struggles to express his feelings for Marc. Written by John Deming <jfdeming@sprynet.com>

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Greetings from Greenwich Village.


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Cynthia: This place is FABULOUS! And I don't use the "F" word loosely.
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"LOSER" movie
19 December 2010 | by See all my reviews

You know it's bad when you watch this movie over ten years after its original release and nobody - but NOBODY - recognizes the actors in the film.

We might as well be watching Louise Fazenda.

To boot, this movie is filled with actors who SHOULD be stars in front of a gay audience.

Unfortunately, Mara Hobel of "Christina"/'Mommie Dearest" fame turns out to be just another overweight faghag (oh dear - is that being redundant?), while Hugh Panaro as the "gay fantasy" turns out to be just another "show tunes queen."

The other two "leads"? Well - one has a great body but neither ever went anywhere in terms of show business careers so why even comment???

That is MY review of this TRAINWRECK.


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