Adam & Steve

Adam & Steve

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From Funny Boy Films, the producers of Latter Days , comes this bright, raunchy and incredibly romantic comedy about two men who are destined for each other. ~~ /

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Reasons to Buy

  1. It's hysterically funny.
  2. Craig Chester and Malcolm Gets make for such a cute couple
  3. Parker Posey is in it...need we say more?

DVD Features

Commentary with Craig Chester, Malcolm Gets and Producer George Bendele

The Making of Adam & Steve

Deleted Scenes with Optional Director's Commentary

Learn the Battle Dance Featurette

Gag Reel

Information

  • Director: Craig Chester
  • Writer: Craig Chester
  • Length: 1 hrs. 39 mins.
  • Rating: R
  • Released: Aug 08 2006
  • Added: Jun 20 2006
  • Production Year: 2005
  • TLA SKU: 1167285
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • UPC Code: 807839002287
  • Catalog #: DV2203232
  • Custodian of Records:
    TLA Releasing
    35 Rumson Road Rumson, NJ 07760

Reviews

average rating
2
.27
out of 5

18 Reviews for Adam & Steve

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Review by Lewis Tice

By: Lewis Tice
In-House Review - Jan 23 2006
Queer bon vivant Craig Chester makes his directorial debut with this raucous and candy-colored romantic comedy about the pitfalls of falling in love in New York City. Flashback to 1987 at the Limelight disco, where shoulder pads and acid-washed jeans... Read More
4.00 out of 5

Review by Buddhaman

By: Buddhaman
Despite what the cynics have to say about this movie, I loved it and thought it would be an excellent addition to my video collection. I found the humor to be balanced and no insulting to its audience. Even the homophobe was funny as he eventually g... Read More
3.00 out of 5

Review by Janorm

By: Janorm
This is a situation film about love in gay proportions. It is both romantic, comical, endearing, and far sexier than what you will ever see in a straight movie. Total enjoyment from beginning to end. A must have for the serious collector of Gay C... Read More

Review by lovin' it

By: lovin' it
Well, I usually hate romances, but this was an exception. It's brutal honesty was evenly played out with humor, and the rendition of "Somthing Good" really made me smile. Adam, this worlds cutest dooface, is evened out by the sweet, if sometimes misp... Read More
4.00 out of 5

Review by Essin' Em

By: Essin' Em
Usually it takes me a while to get into movies, but in this one, I started loving it from the opening credits - how can you not love a movie that starts with a gay goth, and gold body painted Dazzle Dancers dancing to "Obsession." Then I wasn't sure,... Read More

Review by Max-N-Cheese

By: Max-N-Cheese
I HATED HATED HATED this movie. I am always one to have a movie-night with friends at least once a week. Having had this movie on my Netflix que for some time, we were excited to see it finally arrive in the mail. About 9 of us gathered in front of t... Read More
3.00 out of 5

Review by From Dallas

By: From Dallas
(Continuation of my review) This movie had its surprises. Sure, I knew Adam and Steve would end up together, but how they got there. The two-step sequence was a delight and athletic (reminded me of the locker room scene in Best Little Whorehouse i... Read More
2.00 out of 5

Review by just a reviewer

By: just a reviewer
((1)). Craig Chester and Malcolm Gets--particularly this latter hunk, who's just so winsomely huggable (he seems so right at home, so comfortable with himself) have some real warm moments, and that doesn't often happen in gay-themed films these days... Read More

Review by SFOExPat

By: SFOExPat
From the same people who brought you the great Latter Days, comes this train wreck. I kept waiting for this movie to get better or even funny, but it just never happened. While I've never cared for Chris Kattan, I do like Parker Posey...except in thi... Read More

Review by Still Smiling

By: Still Smiling
If Disgusted Viewer liked "Sleepless in Seattle" it's not wonder he didn't like this movie, because this really IS a funny, romantic comedy with a ton of heart. I thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of this movie and would watch this a hundred times befo... Read More

Review by Disgusted Viewer

By: Disgusted Viewer
Pass on this movie unless you like ripped-off comedy bits tied together with digusting bathroom humor (bowel movements on the living room floor), animal cruelty (dogs being stabbed with knives), and more insensitive topics that seem very out of place... Read More
1.00 out of 5

Review by Dan the Pasta Man

By: Dan the Pasta Man
This is the type of Gay film best viewed with an audience, preferably at a film festival with an alcohol buzz that allows you to have more fun than you really should be having. I was initially optimistic as I welcomed, for once, a gay film with produ... Read More
2.00 out of 5

Review by SlyDawgMovieNut

By: SlyDawgMovieNut
I wanted to see this film, I NEEDED to see this film, I seen this film...,
.......i'm over it now.
I was going along fine, even laughing at some of the predictable comedy..., getting some of the goofy jokes, & trying not to throw up at the ... Read More
2.00 out of 5

Review by Eric Joseph

By: Eric Joseph
For a higher budget gay film with actual stars and a theatrical release, you would think going into this movie that it would be one to leave bragging about. Not the case with this dud. Although it has some funny moments, as the other reviewers have p... Read More

Review by nerobear

By: nerobear
This movie was quite funny, though it had its gross points in it. Some parts had me rolling over in stitches. I found this film to be quite engaging. The characters managed to keep my attention.
2.00 out of 5

Review by Spaghetti Man

By: Spaghetti Man
Not very original in ways of comedy, but still enough to bring a smile to just about anyone's face. I found myself, although having seen similiar jokes in other films, laughing quite a bit. Not a great movie, but a fun one. Goes along the lines of wh... Read More
1.00 out of 5

Review by ShaneHoskins

By: ShaneHoskins
Truly funny movie but not too original when compared to other gross out comedies such as There's Something About Mary, Sweetest Thing, etc. But the film still stands out on its own as being the first truly GAY "gross out comedy". I enjoyed it a lot d... Read More
1.00 out of 5

Review by PaulSanderson274

By: PaulSanderson274
This movie had a great cast and some truly funny moments, but I didn't see much, overall, to be that original with it. It seems to fall into "gross out comedy" genre but this time for the gay crowd. It is easy to make an okay film when there is a str... Read More

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