Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Long-Term Relationship |
Actors: Matthew Montgomery, Windham Beacham
Director: Rob Williams
After years of the single scene in Los Angeles and hanging out with his sassy friends, Glenn has finally found his soul mate through the personals - a cute Southern boy named Adam. From the moment they met, it was instant ... more »
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Derrick Jenkins | Hampton VA USA | 12/08/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"While not quite 5 star material. The movie was enjoyable and featured so pretty good actors/actresses. Loved the best friends of the main character especially his roommate. You could tell he was hiding something for him from the start. Also enjoyed the aspect of finding love via the personal ads. While i've never done it personally like anything else it is possible and yes there are going to be differences and quirks that might annoy you. But if your really into this person you learn to accept them and they do the same for you. Thats what i got from the movie and of course it never hurts to have some full frontal going on. It was the main reason for me liking LTR but again it didnt hurt.
Solid film and worthy of at least a rent then possible purchase on your part."
Cute but also insightful and though provoking
Thomas Janowski | Rochester, NY United States | 12/03/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Yes, this is a low budget movie. But the acting and writing are well above average and the storyline is excellent.
I've been following Matthew Montgomery since Gone, But Not Forgotten and LTR is his best film yet. I didn't say LTR was a better film then Gone, But Not Forgotten, but Montgomery's acting is much more developed in LTR.
There's a very fresh approach to gay relationships in this film. Adam's relationship with his parents is awesome...close, open and honest, which is very rare. The strange full frontal scene with Glenn and Adam's father is touching and doesn't end with the father making a pass at Glenn.
The thought provoking part of the film is the ending. Instead of just ending a relationship that is nearly perfect, but still not perfect, the couple marry. WOW. Who would have thought? Good old fashioned commitment saves a relationship!
The sound track is excellent as well. Jamie Coon's Inside of Me and Erin Torpey's I Want To Be Bad are both incredible songs."
Well...two and a half stars...
A. M. Smith | RICHMOND, VA United States | 11/08/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I was expecting another piece of low-budget romantic fluff and for the first twenty minutes or so that's all I got. I was surprised, however, to see that, while there are certainly abundant sappy, clichéd elements throughout the film, there are also some unexpected pithy moments sprinkled in as well -- enough to keep me from popping the disc out and totally dismissing it as "just more of the same." Some real relationship issues are addressed and, while the plot line becomes implausible yet predictable before the whole thing is over, some scenes are actually nicely acted and very touching, and it's just a shame they're mostly outweighed by the mediocrity of rest of the film. Unless you're a big fan of lightweight romantic date flicks, just rent this one."
Cute! Good date film!
membruto | Mount Pleasant, SC United States | 11/08/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"What starts off as just another small budget gay movie turns into a very real and very sweet look into a year of a blossoming relationship. I may have started this film with a "here we go again" smirk on my face, but I ended it with a tear in my eye."