Dog Tags

Dog Tags

By TLA Releasing

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Damion Dietz (Beverly Kills) is back with a hot new film that tells the story of a friendship between a gay man and a "straight" soldier that leads to bed.

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Reasons to Buy

  1. Superb acting and moving script make Dog Tags a wonderful addition to your collection.
  2. This personal story comes from filmmaker Damion Dietz's heart.
  3. Oh, and did we mention that the cast is hot?

DVD Features

Director's Commentary
Stills Gallery

Information

  • Director: Damion Dietz
  • Writer: Damion Dietz
  • Length: 1 hrs. 30 mins.
  • Rating: NR
  • Released: Nov 18 2008
  • Added: Sep 05 2008
  • Production Year: 2008
  • TLA SKU: 1425835
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • UPC Code: 807839003710
  • Catalog #: DV2648002
  • Custodian of Records:
    TLA Releasing
    35 Rumson Road Rumson, NJ 07760

Reviews

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10 Reviews for Dog Tags

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Review by Lewis Tice

By: Lewis Tice
In-House Review - Jul 25 2012
Abandoned by his father and raised by his single mother, Debbie, Nate Merritt joins the Marines to support his soon-to-be fiancée, Trish. While on leave in Palm Springs he meets Andy, a magnetic, seemingly free-spirited young gay man with dreams of e... Read More

Review by Spongey

By: Spongey
I have to agree with the previous comments made about this movie. I couldn't even understand the point of this movie or why it was made! Skip it and rent Jarhead. If nothing else, you get to see Jake G's ass cheeks!
1.00 out of 5

Review by BELLYBEAR

By: BELLYBEAR
THE ACTORS WERE OK AND SEXY - THE PLOT WAS SO WRONG - - AND THE ENDING WAS JUST STUPID - NOT A FEEL GOOD MOVIE AT ALL - I WISH I COULD DEMAND MY MONEY BACK AND MY TIME THAT I SPENT WATCHING THIS FLICK

Review by port

By: port
At first I thought ( okay here we go - another bad movie ) but give the movie time to take off. It actually was a better movie than I thought
it would be.
1.00 out of 5

Review by Paul

By: Paul
The characters in this film were as confused as the director. As is too often the case, the gay character spent a lot of time feeling sorry for himself; the marine was simply confused.

Review by David

By: David
Good Movie...
Both actors was exceptional in this movie. The movie left some questions in mind but I like the fact that they left the lead actor sexuality without an answer. Sometime the mystery is more important.

Review by Bigdancd

By: Bigdancd
This tired film certainly didn't live up to it's advance publicity. We were led to believe that this marine has sexual identity problems. There is not a hint in this film that he has ever entertained being gay. This film is a dog and a complete waste... Read More
2.00 out of 5

Review by just a reviewer

By: just a reviewer
.......WHAT HIS TRUE SEXUALITY IS?"

((1)). When buying this film, I had hoped for something perhaps as well done, and along the lines of, the recently released "Shelter," a film highly received by many of we everyday, nonprofessional revi... Read More

Review by Patrick

By: Patrick
An excellent movie! The best Indie film yet from Damion Dietz (Love Life, Beverly Kills, Neverland). It does not have the feel of a low budget production (you know what I mean). I was swept up in the story after 5 minutes - the entire cast is that co... Read More
4.00 out of 5

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
"Dog Tags"

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Amos Lassen

I just watched an amazing new film due to be released by TLA, "Dog Tags" which looks at a young marine who explores his same-sex feelings.
Nate Merritt (Paul Preiss) lives with hi... Read More

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