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Gray Matters: They finish each other's sentences, dance like Fred and Ginger, and share the same downtown loft--the perfect couple? Not exactly. Gray and Sam, are a sister and brother so compatible and inseparable that people actually assume they are dating. Mortified, they both agree they must branch out and start searching for love. He'll look for a guy for her and she'll look for a gal for him.

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Ratings: IMDB: 5.8/10 Metascore: 31% RT: 8%
Released: October 21, 2006
Runtime: 96 mins
Genres: Comedy Romance
Countries: USA
Director: Sue Kramer
Actors: Alan Cumming Alejandro Abellan April Telek Benjamin Ratner Bill Mondy Bridget Moynahan Campbell Lane Casey Dubois Dan Joffre Don Ackerman Gloria Gaynor Heather Graham Kaaren de Zilva Kathryn Kirkpatrick Molly Shannon Patti Allan Rachel Shelley Richard Ian Cox Samantha Ferris Sissy Spacek Timothy Paul Perez Tom Cavanagh Warren Christie

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Posted by saxmis 3 months ago
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This wasn't so bad as far as lesbian films go. It definitely wasn't the best but it wasn't really that bad, either. It was sweet and whilst it didn't work out 100%, there was still a happy ending which always gets a plus considering it's rare that lesbian films have a happy ending!

Posted by xxrainbowsforever 1 year, 1 month ago
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Can we agree that we've never seen Molly Shannon, to any degree, in a good movie? If so, then we're on the same page, and I'll go one step further to say that this is another point on your Molly Shannon Antemasque bingo card. Granted, I didn't expect to tune into The House of Sand and Fog, or a Kenneth Brannagh Bard adaptation, but I did expect to at least laugh and smile a bit over a lighthearted romp. It was too lame for intellectually passive leisure, and still took itself too seriously to be funny for its failures (i.e. the Room, Ed Wood flicks). All in all, it's only watchable because of its good production value, cute faces and the lesbian twist that leads you tepidly to wonder what's afoot. Now, if you watch the first 15 minutes and think that the acting is exaggerated (not laugh-out-loud comedic, but simply over the top like a bad high school play), the dialogue is poorly written, and the character interactions/personalities are a little contrived (wondering aloud, "Who actually says stuff like that? Who responds that way?"), then rest assured: it won't get better. And that vague niggling curiosity about what's going to come of all this build-up is simply "almost nothing". This is where I, like Jack on the wreckage of the Titanic, try to save you as I slip into the frigid primordial depths of despair. You don't have to live like I did. You can stop this movie before it even starts, and you don't REALLY need to know the ending, because I promise you, your life is worth more than that. But as for me, that was not to be my fate. Unfortunately, I saw some positive reviews online that persuaded me to watch this heap of cinematic refuse all the way through, made desperate by FOMO. Now I suspect that everyone was as pissed off as I was about the lost hour of their lives and joined in on a conspiracy to pay forward the pain as a practical joke, the film equivalent of Rickrolling someone. Consequentially, I witnessed the happy-go-lucky 90's grocery store soundtrack and analogous plot ambling along, painfully forced like high-fat discount ground beef squeezed out of the plastic wrapper. Limited nutritional content, and so full of hot air that it contributes to greenhouse gas emissions in a significant way. I began to think the writer, Susan Kramer, had no idea where she was going with the story line but damned if she wasn't going to make a movie! How did Kramer persuade someone to produce it? How did this get a box-office release? Maybe because of eye-candy Heather Graham, SNL subnova Molly Shannon and "original Carrie" Sissy Spacek signed on? Heather Graham never really acts 'sad' or 'upset' in a human manner - instead, she jumps up and down, sputters dramatically, paces frantically, and says, "I'm upset! I'm really upset!" or "I'm so sad! I'm really sad!" - this is not the way normal humans act, except for the members of the anime club who perceive all life through a cartoon filter. But you white-knuckle your arm rests, not because of the story arc, but because of the fear of that to which you've committed your time. You linger in grim anticipation that something might finally happen of some interest or revelation... (Spoiler alert? No, because it’s in the movie’s summary. So…) ...we then learn that that character is a lesbian. Then this ditzy caricature wrestles with being a lesbian for the remaining minutes of the film before finally, nominally, accepting herself and entering the lesbian community---and then....... WHAT?! wtf, you mean it's over?! We spent all this time waiting for one poorly-constructed fictional character to make poorly-constructed fictional peace with the fairly banal subject of sexual preference, but never to actually act upon it before the movie is over?! Yes, that's exactly what happens. Maybe this movie was well-received because there are tons of lonely Pacific Heights trophy wives sitting at home in their yoga clothes relating to these vapid, mindless characters and personally invested in their triumphs? Maybe they're misty-eyed remembering their bi-curious OK Cupid fling between troubled marriages and yearn to remember their gym teacher flame as Heather Graham. Or maybe this film received decent reviews because it's one of few "coming out" films for women in the U.S., and moreover one of few comedies. But if you're a smart queer looking for quality entertainment that you can strike sexy rapport with, my advice is to look elsewhere.

Posted by LovelyIsles 11 months ago
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Cute, and sweet. I was surprised to see Rachel Shelley in this movie (Helena from the L word) I could watch this again and again because its so sweet.

Posted by sofkalicious 1 year, 7 months ago
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Sweet and funny. It was a good watch.

Posted by Bbaza 3 years ago
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No sex scene with Heather Graham and Rachel Shelley :/

Posted by Kl3intjeAure 3 years, 2 months ago
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cute movie and better than I expected :)

Posted by spottedmind_42 3 years, 6 months ago
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I truely wish more films like this would be put out. Heather Graham is silly as always, and Rachel Shelley was an unexpected suprise. Every character in this truely wonderful. It's the mix of a boy-girl love story and a coming-out story all in one. Definitely worth your time.

Posted by breo718 4 years, 4 months ago
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the cutest movie i ever seen

Posted by sempremacloed 4 years, 7 months ago ( Edited 3 years, 11 months ago )
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none

Posted by sassychick 4 years, 12 months ago ( Edited 4 years, 11 months ago )
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A funny movie to watch with a great ending.

Posted by toxicbaby 5 years, 6 months ago
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lovely movie. very sweet story like it good one worth a watch 3.5/5 Bridget i love you

Posted by vanili 6 years ago
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such a sweet movie =)

Posted by LaGataLoca 6 years, 7 months ago
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This movie is so funny I love this movie and her friend Gordy was so sweet

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