Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss

Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss

Billy, a struggling young gay photographer (who likes Polaroids), tired of being the "other man", falls in love with Gabriel, a waiter and aspiring musician who is probably straight but possibly gay or at least curious. Billy tries to get Gabriel to model for his latest project, a series of remakes of famous Hollywood screen kisses, featuring male couples, while also trying to win his affections.

Billy is a gay fine-arts photographer who falls in love with straight coffee-shop waiter Gabriel. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss torrent reviews

Sunil J (jp) wrote: Could have been so much better but still compelling and entertaining. Beautifully shot.

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Zach M (it) wrote: This was an awful and often uninteresting movie.Why someone felt this movie was necessary is beyond me.Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren didn't seem necessary at all. This could have easily had been made without the use of the characters from the original movie.Found nothing redeeming or memorable about this movie.

ture bff since 2004 (au) wrote: for me bening in pr and in chicago it like base on real because it does happen pr and chicago but this movie good

Simon C (nl) wrote: It's about a guy building a log cabin. With hand tools, and big hairy balls. It is far removed from the abstraction of being an employee to pay for rent, food and electricity - instead to literally work for a living. His ingenuity and skill is to be marvelled.

Mike T (es) wrote: Absolutely hilarious.

Steve S (mx) wrote: ** (out of four) Not bad, but fairly typical adventure story based on the Ernest Hemingway short story. Benjamin Bratt and Armand Assante head out on the water to get away from it all. The stumble along a buried treasure.

Pat M (gb) wrote: one of the WEAKEST thrillers I've seen=little suspense and dull action-lacked the big stuff that makes a GOOD thriller.

Anna B (kr) wrote: The plot is bloated, rambling, and self-indulgent, and Lee once again gives himself way too much screen time. But I did enjoy it as an aimless hang-out movie for the most part, and Lee's inventive camera is always fun to watch. If he'd trimmed about half an hour it would be a much better movie.

Tracy F (es) wrote: I forgot how much I loved this movie.

Brandon S (fr) wrote: I give this film a half-star not because I feel it's a bad movie, but because it's just so ugly. I can't say anything against John Waters' work on this film because I know this is his total vision. Its unapologetic and grimy, and I get the feeling that's exactly what John wanted. Its just not for me.

Simon T (us) wrote: Gorgeously photographed and extremely well-acted classic Western. The perfect way-in to the genre if you're usually averse. Fonda is predictably wonderful as Earp, but the revelation is Victor Mature as Doc Holliday. Tons better than Ford's sclerotic The Searchers.