4th Man Out


Comedy / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 55%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 70%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 7165


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Parker Young as Chris
Kate Flannery as Karen
Brooke Dillman as Martha
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1hr 26 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ComedyFan2010 7 / 10

A nice Friendship movie

This movie is about a guy coming out to his friends. The best part of it is how realistic it is portrayed. His friends may find it weird to some point (not that being gay is weird, but that the friend they knew for many years is) but they know that he is the same person and try to be there for him. This movie is a true friendship movie.

Acting is really good. You can feel the true friendship chemistry between them and what they may be feeling. The anxiety of Adam, the confusion and wish to be a good friend from the rest.

There are also fun moments, mainly from Adam's dating. The guy who pretended to be another one, the Scarface guy, the guy whom he scared away with farting. Then there is a neighbor who is worried about Adam's eternal damnation and gets a priest.

It is a good movie. My only complaint is that there seemed to be no real plot story. But no matter what it was good light entertainment.

Reviewed by aaronaandary 10 / 10

Life doesn't get more real than that.

I gave this movie a 10 out of 10, not because it was the best movie I've ever seen, it wasn't, but because it was real. Most movies with gay themes tend to be sad or tragic or just heavy in general, but this one was realistic about everything.

Adam's character was very realistic in terms of the everyday gay man. His struggles, fears and everything he deals with in general were really representative of what most gay guys go through. Not everyone is as fortunate as he is but everyone wants someone to go through life with and people who understand and support them.

I anticipated the ending about 3/4 of the way through the movie and to be honest I'm usually not a fan of such endings, but in this case I liked it. I feel like if they had ending it differently they would have ruined or at least decreased what a fantastic movie it was.

Again, was it the best movie I've ever seen, no. Was it the most real movie about gay life I've ever seen, yes. As far as movies with gay themes, this has to be the best I've seen.

Reviewed by rachel_veto 6 / 10

Unfortunately Stereotypical and Unoriginal

It's unfortunate that a film that could have been so good fell victim to all the boring stereotypes.

When a young dudebro comes out to his friends, he is met with mild (yet expected) homophobia that turns to understanding, love, and acceptance. However, while we go on that ride of friendship, we are subject to so many unfortunate tropes and stereotypes that make the movie...annoying at best. Not enjoyable at worst.

While the film's strength lies in its portrayal of friendship, it suffers immensely in how the romantic relationships (both heterosexual and homosexual) are written. It's redeeming quality is the fact that the actors are enjoyable to watch, even when acting out eye rolling scenes that have been seen a million times before in LGBT films.

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