The oldest son in an orthodox Jewish family is living at home (in Brooklyn) with his parents and younger brothers. He's being pressured by his parents to marry the girl they have chosen, (... See full summary »
Peter J. Byrnes,
With the impressive "Between Something & Nothing," Todd Verow (Vacationland, Bulldog in the Whitehouse) once again revisits his own past, recounting the life of a freshman art school ... See full summary »
What gay college life in a Christian school would look like if Lifetime got their hands on it...
This film was pretty awful. The cheese factor was so high it made it impossible for me to sit and watch it all the way through. The acting in general was pretty horrendous and the dialogue was stilted and ridiculous. The characters aren't people you can relate to but, exaggerated caricatures. Watching this was like watching a Lifetime movie about gay college students, except it was a bit worse.
The only thing I can think of that is worth sitting through this entire movies is the good looks of the main character, Paul, but alas, even that can't save this movie.
Avoid "The Last Year" unless you want to have a laugh at how cheesy and terrible this film is.
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