G.B.F. (2013) - Comedy, Drama, Romance

Hohum Score

15

Watchable

What happens after Tanner is outed by his classmates and becomes the title "gay best friend" for three high school queen bees?

IMDB: 6
Director: Darren Stein
Stars: Michael J. Willett, Paul Iacono
Length: 92 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 4 out of 30 found boring (13.33%)

One-line Reviews (18)

The humor is fast paced, cheeky, full of innuendo, clever and sweet.

is actually quite an enjoyable film.

You will laugh a lot and is enjoyable.

This and The Geography Club prove that such films can be cute and sweet without being lame, dreary and crude like the second Another Gay Movie.

And entertaining.

I enjoyed it so much and I was entertained.

is everything but predictable.

"The great storyline - while weird at times, it was an enjoyable watch!

Yet, I really enjoyed it and even found the ending satisfying which is always very important to me to decipher if a movie is good or not.

I enjoyed it, it was very funny and doesn't deserve an R rating at all.

is highly entertaining, original and likable; even though it doesn't succeed when it tries to be a deeper film.

To be clear, as a light comedy, it works well enough to be quite enjoyable.

So if you're an insecure gay teen and wish more than anything that you were popular, or if you find such characters appealing, you may love this movie; but if you're older and have wider interests you'll probably be as bored by it as I was.

The movie can be an entertaining piece of work if only there's less homosexual activity depicted in it.

Sometimes in the second act the direction was messy and the relation between the characters was confusing.

Not usually seen in teen movies, but in countless other genres, is the entirely predictable 'we already know' reaction of Tanner's parents when he comes out to them.

Every actor is a performance that is ether completely monotone and irritating or coked out and mad.

This movie has a few isolated good moments, but it's mostly an unfunny and painfully predictable comedy about gay teen angst.