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The boys are back and they re as horny as ever! Packed with celebrity cameos and total gross-out humor, this outrageous follow-up to Another Gay Movie centers around the Spring Break adventures of Andy, Nico, Jarod and Griff when they enter the Fort Lauderdale Gays Gone Wild contest (a contest to see who gets laid the most). The frisky foursome become entwined in all sorts of sexual misadventures in this scandalously funny un-PC comedy.
The boys are back and they are as horny as ever! Packed with celebrity cameos and total gross-out humor, this outrageous follow-up to Another Gay Movie centers around the Spring Break adventures of Andy, Nico, Jarod and Griff when they enter the Fort Lauderdale Gays Gone Wild contest (a contest to see who gets laid the most). The frisky foursome become entwined in all sorts of sexual misadventures
||Jonah Blechman, Jake Mosser, Jimmy Clabots, Aaron Michael Davies, RuPaul|
||AC-3, Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen|
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|DVD Release Date:
||December 09, 2008|
|Average Customer Rating:
|| based on 63 reviews|
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17 of 19 found the following review helpful:
Like the gay anthem, the film "is what it is" ...Dec 06, 2008
By Bob Lind
It's Spring Break time, and Andy, Griff, Nico, and Jarod are back. (Actually, as the film pokes fun at in its first sequence, they are now portrayed by different actors, except for Joseph Blechman returning as Nico from the original "Another Gay Movie.") They decide to head cross country to Fort Lauderdale for a "Gays Gone Wild" party, with a prize for the one who "scores" with the most guys. Griff and Jarod are now a couple, so they are carefully testing the waters as to how much outside "fun" they can have, without ruining their relationship. Andy immediately meets a sweet, cute guy, Luis, who doesn't believe in casual sex, while Nico is ... well ... Nico, more nelly than ever, but his natural shyness and lack of confidence put him at a disadvantage with that horny and aggressive crowd. It's a week of crazy events, MC'd by RuPaul and Lady Bunny, with some people in costumes, zombies invading the bathhouse, Nico's discovery of a cute mer-man (Brent Corrigan) and a musical salute to water sports.
It is easily more than twice as "rude and crude" as the original film, and - in my opinion - not anywhere near as clever. And that's a shame, because he was on to something good with the first film. Writer/director Todd Stephens instead went with an extended scene of three characters vomiting on each other, as well as the graphic results of silicone cement added to a tube of lube. Yes, it is hysterical in many other places, and even the gross humor will likely get a laugh, but I found it tedious and disappointing, by comparison to the first film. DVD has numerous extras, including deleted scenes, how they did Brent's mer-man suit, and a music video with guest star Perez Hilton.
How do you rate a film where it seems obvious that the writer/director was INTENDING to make little more than 90 minutes of gross-out humor and simulated sex scenes barely laced together by a trite, simplistic plot with eye-rolling dialogue by a cast busy chewing the scenery? I've seen reviews from one to five stars on this, and it largely depends on the point of view of the reviewer. As a serious film, it would be a one-star, but it does succeed in providing a heaping helping of gutter humor while simultaneously kicking the legs out from those pearl-clutching members of our community who are always screaming about "stereotypical depictions" in gay films. This film is absolutely not for them. Overall, I'll give it three lube-stained stars out of five.
14 of 16 found the following review helpful:
sad distant echo of the original Another Gay MovieDec 25, 2008
By John Frame
"There Is No Substitute For Equality"
Tonight I sat down to watch the newly arrived "Another Gay Sequel" DVD, expecting it to at least live up to the standard of "Another Gay Movie" (which I had thoroughly enjoyed and can happily recommend). I found myself reaching for the remote to fast forward through too many scenes. The Sequel is really REALLY flaky, extra fluffy and totally pointless. There's nothing at all to be gained by watching it - certainly not any sense of entertainment.
I won't even bother keeping the disc in my collection - not even as an example of tragic and pathetically excessive "gay" genre movie making.
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Embarassingly bad film...Jan 15, 2009
By Ryan B. Kasten
I decided to watch this as mindless, campy entertainment. I'm almost ashamed that I sat through it all. This may be one of the worst movies I've ever seen. It's not an enjoyable/campy bad... it's just bad. Shockingly bad. I can't even imagine why anyone decided to invest money and time into making this. Even RuPaul manages to be boring. There's no wit, no originality, no sexiness... it's just dumb cliches and really bad acting.
8 of 10 found the following review helpful:
Another gay gross-out, or just openly raunchy? Maybe it's both!Jan 02, 2009
By Randy E. Halford
After the success of "Another Gay Movie" (and the boys' closing toast "to the sequel"), it was almost inevitable that writer/director/producer Todd Stephens would pack Andy, Nico, Jarod & Griff off to college for more sexcapades. Opening with a satirical wink to "The Wizard of Oz"--with Nico as Dorothy, natch!--the regular players from the original return. Nico's giggly, slightly loopy Mom makes a cameo ("Some actors were afraid to return, afraid to be typecast as gay. Isn't that silly?"), as well as Muffler, whose boisterous presence is sorely missed in the film. Jonah Blechman returns as the flamboyant Nico, but the other three are replaced by new faces who are just as cute & appealing as the originals.
Flown to Ft. Lauderdale on Spring break to participate in the "Gays Gone Wild" contest--the guy who gets laid the most is the winner--the boys go up against a gay clique calling themselves "the Jaspers", the embodiment of all that is evil with gay cliques. The contest forms each boys' problematic subplots: Andy meets the boy of his dreams, a sexy (and virginal) Latino named Luis; Jarod & Griff test the boundaries of their relationship based upon ground rules; and Nico embraces his queerness (his odd & unique personality, not his sexuality!).
There are twice as many quest stars as the first: Drag queens RuPaul & Sandi Cove; Porn stars Colton Ford (in a "sticky" tryst with Jarod & Griff), the adorable Brent Corrigan as "Stan the Merman", and the darkly hunky Michael Lucas as the pizzaboy who REALLY delivers; and Perez Hilton (as a "born-again" gay) and the cute Jim Verraros (as a sinful young priest).
It's apparent that Stephens tries to pull out all the stops in this sequel...but is it too much? It depends on your taste & degree of humor. I found such trappings as Nico's musical homage to "golden showers" cute and enormous genital crabs funny, but the projectile vomiting scene was a bit too gross.
To me, AGS was a notch below the original because it commits the sin of most sequels: It's so excessive & far reaching that it sometimes smothers the charm of what the original accomplished. Still, I applauded such moments as Andy listening to his heart and abandoning his slutty behavior so he could be with Luis, or felt for Jarod's & Griff's dilemma of experimenting while staying faithful to each other.
In spite of its flaws, it's an enjoyable outing, and just as crude & funny as the original.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
StunkOct 05, 2010
Clichéd, pointless, hopeless plot, disgusting raunch.. Misses the mark completely. I am so glad I did not buy this movie.
The first one was great!
It is not even worth penning a decent review or spell check. lol
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