Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Tom Bailey, Joe Schenck, Becca Connolly
Director: Jeffrey MacCubbin;Jeffrey McHale;Dan Mohr;Joe Steiff
A modern day fairy-tale loosely based on Sleeping Beauty, which is ridiculously romantic, hopelessly funny, and unabashedly politically incorrect! Our hero Moses (Joe Schenck) suffers from seizures that manifest themse... more »
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Aragorn the Traveler | Houston, TX United States | 05/12/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"this review goes out under the name of my life-partner, bruce, but is written by dennis milam-and not bruce! as another reviewer comments, joe schenck(in the lead role) stands out as the best thing about this film. he is very good and obviously talented. he manages to play 3 different versions of himself. the scene at the end in the coffeeshop and afterwards is a good illustration of his abilities. he is handsome, but it was refreshing to see a gay mens' film with guys who look like "regular gay guys"- good-looking but not the usual gym-bunny stereotype.they're the kind of guys i'd want to marry(if i wasn't already!) mr.schenck,whom i'd never seen before, has a presence when on-film. the film itself is sweet and fun but no cinematic classic by any means and could have used better editing and tightening. however, it is worth watching."
D. Jackson | California USA | 03/18/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This just might rank among the worst movies ever made. "Plan Nine from Outer Space" begins to look like Oscar material by comparison.
With the exception of the lead, Joe Schenck,cute and likable, the acting is cringe inducing.
The script is silly ,sophomoric and so confusing that the viewer never quite knows what is going on which naturally leads to not caring about knowing what is going on. My BF and I finally pulled the plug about three quarters of the way through. I guess we'll never know how it turns out not that we'll ever give that a second thought.
Save your money, don't buy this dreck. What were these queens thinking? or more accurately, not."